Tri-County

Sen. Kamala Harris spent time campaigning at a North Charleston church

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris took her campaign to church here in the Lowcountry. The California senator worshipped at one of the oldest churches in North Charleston.

  More than 1,100 participate in Lowcountry breast cancer awareness walk

Police searching for suspect in downtown Charleston deadly shooting

  Victim in downtown Charleston shooting identified

  Family: Charleston Co. deputy underwent surgery, more expected following collision

Police investigating attempted robbery of armored car at Northwoods Mall

  Neighbors upset with how early construction crews are starting work at old Sgt. Jasper site

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  New effort underway to find a new home for iconic Folly Boat

SC woman who drove minivan with children inside into ocean allowed to return home

Police arrest man suspected in shooting at Charleston hotel parking lot

Lowcountry man charged with unlawfully growing hemp in Dorchester County

Nikki Haley moves back to SC, fuels political speculation

Coroner identifies motorcyclist killed in weekend crash in Berkeley County

  North Charleston double murder suspect waives bond hearing

The man facing charges in the shooting deaths of two people in North Charleston waived his right to a bond hearing Friday morning.

  Safety a top priority for Sea and Sand festival on Folly beach this weekend

Friday marks the first day of the Sea and Sand festival on Folly Beach.

  New fee for rideshare passengers headed to Charleston International Airport

If you’re heading to Charleston Airport next month and plan on taking Uber or Lyft you may notice a new fee applied to your ride.

  Charleston-based group holds gentrification forum for city’s neck area

Rapid growth and development are happening around the country and the effects are seen locally. Some of these changes are impacting lower-income neighborhoods and driving folks out of their homes.

Rare recording of King speech in Charleston sold for $55,000 in NY auction

  Education leader notes goals for South Carolina public schools

  Residents at W. Ashley apartment complex afraid to leave homes following shootings

  Air Force takes over investigation into report of suspicious package in North Charleston

  Don’t let flu myths keep you from getting a flu shot

I-526 WB traffic on Don Holt moving slowly following clean up

  Neighbors start petition as Hurricane Dorian debris is burned near homes

A neighborhood is pushing for change after Charleston County debris from Hurricane Dorian is being burned near their homes.

  Coroner: Summerville woman found in woods was killed by gunshot to the head

Coroner Paul J. Brouthers said the cause of death for Karen Simmons Yarborough is homicide.

North Charleston Police withdraws from reporting system designed to free up dispatchers for 911 calls

The North Charleston Police Department confirmed Thursday it had pulled out from an incident reporting system the Charleston County Consolidated Dispatch Center launched in November.

  Emily England Clyburn, wife of SC congressman Jim Clyburn, dies at 80

Dr. Emily England Clyburn, the wife of House Majority Whip and South Carolina sixth district representative Jim Clyburn, passed away Thursday morning at the age of 80.

Georgia man dies following water rescue on Sullivan’s Island

The Charleston County Coroner’s Office said 52-year-old Harvey Howard Jr. of Statesboro, Ga. died at East Cooper Medical Center on Wednesday evening.

Coroner identifies man killed in North Charleston crash

The Charleston County Coroner’s Office says a Summerville man died Wednesday in a crash in North Charleston.

Charleston police: Man sought for information in assault has been found

Charleston police say a man who was being sought for information on an assault has been found.

SNAP recipients in areas affected by Hurricane Dorian to receive automatic replacement of benefits

The South Carolina Department of Social Services announced Thursday counties and zip codes eligible to receive automatic replacement of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits because of losses from Hurricane Dorian.

Crews responding to structure fire in N. Charleston

Crews are responding to a structure fire in North Charleston.

Construction officially begins on new Awendaw fire station

Construction has officially started on a new fire station in the Awendaw area.

  James Island, City of Charleston working together to create new park

The town of James Island has been working with the City of Charleston to create “Brantley Park”

  Georgetown HS student charged after allegedly making threat, district says

A Georgetown High School student has been charged after making a threat, according to school district officials.

Coroner identifies man killed in Dorchester Co. crash

One person died late Wednesday night in a crash in Dorchester County

  Charleston Co. looking to approve $154 million in bonds for projects

On Thursday, the Charleston County Council will hold a public forum ahead of a possibly approving $154 million in bonds to pay for nearly a dozen county-wide projects.

  District 20 parents say they want ‘transparency’ from CCSD during community forum

Parents say they are frustrated with what they’re calling lack of transparency from the Charleston County School District.

Police identify man in connection with shoplifting at Apple store

Charleston police are seeking to identify a man in connection with a shoplifting at the downtown Apple store.

  Citadel officials say changes are coming as some cadets hold hunger strike

Officials at The Citadel said a number of changes are coming to improve the campus’ dining facility.

  Police: Former high school principal lied about wife’s disappearance in 911 call

Summerville Police say a former Summerville High School principal killed his wife and then called 911 saying she disappeared.

  Man who claimed self-defense in deadly shooting of brother now charged with murder

The man who claimed he shot and killed his brother in Summerville earlier this month in self-defense has now been charged with murder after police say he lied about the circumstances surrounding the shooting.

  Classroom Champions: Bringing Earth Science to Life at West Ashley High

From downtown to beach towns, flooded streets and yards are a common sight. And a teacher at West Ashley High wants to seize this opportunity to use a real world issue to teach her students a lesson that extends beyond the walls of the classroom.

Truck crashes into a North Charleston dental office

A truck crashed into a North Charleston dental office Wednesday afternoon.

Swimmer transported to hospital following rescue on Sullivan’s Island

A swimmer was transported to the hospital following a rescue on Sullivan’s Island Wednesday afternoon.

  Charleston County School District may make changes to Buist Academy

A meeting Wednesday night will address possible changes for Charleston County Constituent District 20, which includes Buist Academy, one of the most successful elementary schools in the state.

  Group releases preliminary findings in Charleston police racial bias audit

On Wednesday, the team with CNA, the group conducting the Racial Bias Audit of the Charleston Police Department, presented their findings to the Charleston City Council.

  Police respond for 2nd time this week to shooting at West Ashley apartment complex

Police have responded for the second time this week to a shooting at a West Ashley apartment complex Wednesday afternoon.

Longest-serving Dorchester County Sheriff’s K-9 officer retires

A Dorchester County Sheriff’s K-9 officer who spent more than nine years with the department has retired.

  Citadel officials anticipate hunger strike from cadets amid reported issues in mess hall

Citadel spokeswoman Kim Keelor-Parker stated that the school’s Vice President of Communication John Dorrian planned to meet Wednesday to determine the next steps

James Island boy with Down Syndrome, Leukemia makes big screen in Times Square

A 3-year-old boy from James Island who is battling Leukemia and has Down Syndrome recently got his chance on a big screen in Times Square in New York City

Police arrest man after chase in Walterboro

Walterboro police arrested a man following a chase Tuesday night.

Sullivan’s Island evaluating parking, traffic issues in commercial district

The Sullivan’s Island town council approved a new parking and traffic control study during a meeting on Tuesday night.

  Former high school principal charged in wife’s death after body found near woods

A former Summerville High School principal has been charged with killing his wife after her body was found in a wooded area in Dorchester County on Tuesday.

  Group wants input on safety, justice in Charleston County

A group focused on improving justice and promoting public safety in Charleston County wants to hear from residents about their sense of where the county stands in these areas.

  CARTA hopes community partnership will make bus stops safer

The bus stops and shelters we see along the road are important parts of the lowcoutry's public transportation system.

  Foundation receives $490k grant to restore civil rights era hotel in the Lowcountry

A local foundation has received $490,000 to restore a civil rights era hotel in the Lowcountry.

  DHEC: Customers who ate at Goose Creek Waffle House may have been exposed to Hepatitis A

Customers who ate at a Goose Creek Waffle House may have been exposed to Hepatitis A, according to state health officials.

  Summerville mayoral candidates participate in first forum

Summerville’s four mayoral candidates participated in their first public forum on Tuesday.

Sheriff: Cable man exposed himself to woman, child after inquiry for service

Authorities say a cable man exposed himself to a woman and her child after the woman inquired about getting cable service for her home.

  Coroner: Body found in Dorchester Co. woods is victim of apparent homicide

The coroner’s office says a body found in the woods in Dorchester County is the victim of an apparent homicide.

  Folly Beach holding open house to hear flooding stories for an island-wide drainage study

Folly Beach officials are set to hold an open house on Tuesday to hear the flooding experiences of its residents.

Vehicle crashes into North Charleston health clinic

Authorities say no one was injured Tuesday afternoon when a vehicle crashed into a health clinic.

Presidential hopeful Kamala Harris to visit Charleston this weekend

California Sen. Kamala Harris, who is a Democratic presidential candidate, will speak at a Charleston NAACP event Saturday.

  Couple accused in series of car break-ins hit with more than 50 new charges

A couple who’s accused of breaking into nine cars has been hit with more than fifty new charges, North Charleston police said Tuesday.

  Charleston police: No foul play suspected after body found near the Battery

The body of 48-year-old Renee Monique Brown was found on Sept. 11 after officers responded to Murray Boulevard near Limehouse Street.

  Town of James Island looking for unknown truck driver who spilled bleach on Folly Road

Authorities say emergency crews and hazmat have responded to James Island following a spill involving highly concentrated bleach.

  One hospitalized in crash involving motorcycle, car

A crash on I-26 eastbound near Aviation Avenue sent one person to the hospital Tuesday morning.

Police: Child hit by car in Mt. Pleasant, ‘minor injuries’ reported

A child was hit by a car early Tuesday morning in Mount Pleasant, according to police

  Officials looking for feedback on possible changes to Hwy 17 in Georgetown Co.

Georgetown County and Grand Strand Transportation officials say major changes are coming to Highway 17 on the Waccamaw Neck.

  Police: One hospitalized following crash on Ashley River Bridge

One person was hospitalized after a crash early Tuesday morning on the Ashley River Bridge.

  Charleston police investigating after one person shot at West Ashley apartment complex

Emergency officials say it happened at the Orleans Garden Apartments on the 1900 block of Hazelwood Drive.

  Mt. Pleasant considering more underground power lines following Hurricane Dorian

After thousands lost power during Hurricane Dorian, the town of Mount Pleasant is considering putting all power lines underground.

Missing Charleston woman located, police say

Charleston Police say a woman reported missing on Tuesday has been found.

  CCSD board wants options for universal 4K in detailed plan for early childhood education

The Charleston County School District board is one step closer to seeing a detailed plan for early childhood education.

  Isle of Palms considering enforcing public on street parking rules 24/7

The Isle of Palms Public Safety Committee had a discussion on changing the hours when parking is regulated along the public rights-of-way. Public rights-of-way include on street parking in residential areas and beyond.

  Brawl breaks out after court hearing for murder suspect

A brawl broke out Monday morning after a court hearing for a murder suspect.

  North Charleston company fined for radioactive material violation

A North Charleston company is being fined thousands of dollars by the state health department over the way it handles radioactive materials.

  Sen. Amy Klobuchar visits College of Charleston

Presidential candidate and senator, Amy Klobuchar, visited the College of Charleston on Monday morning for the bully pulpit series.

Qualifying SC taxpayers to receive $50 rebate checks by early December

Qualifying taxpayers are expected to receive $50 rebate checks in the mail by early December.

The Citadel family mourns ‘General,’ one of its Bulldog mascots

The Citadel announced Monday that one of two beloved mascots that has represented the school for six years, has died.