On Wednesday night, Rep. Marvin Pendarvis said he had received confirmation that SLED will be investigating the case after the Charleston County Legislative Delegation has asked the agency to investigate Weatherspoon’s death.
Amid a record-breaking surge of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in South Carolina, healthcare officials are urging people to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday safely and continue taking precautions, like wearing masks.
The ordinance states that all customers are required to wear face coverings while inside the enclosed area of any retail or food service establishment, and when entering any building open to the public.
Roper St. Francis Healthcare officials say the number of COVID-19 patients treated across their hospitals spiked in one day, signaling the largest increase in patients since the beginning of the pandemic.
Doctors at Trident Health are starting to see an impact of COVID-19 within the Hispanic community. They’re now providing inpatient care for patients testing positive in that community more so than any other ethnic group in the tri-county area.
The city of Charleston is working to jump-start is plan to install more underground power lines which city leaders say will help honor the historic and visual appeal of neighborhoods and homes and protect lines during big storms.
The Town of Summerville has passed an ordinance requiring the public to wear face coverings in retail and food service establishments. It goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. on July 1 through 11:59 p.m. on July 9.
SCDNR says they responded to a missing boater call on Thursday around 11 p.m. near the Ravenel Bridge. Officials say three days later on Sunday, Sullivan's Island Fire Rescue recovered his body at 9:40 a.m. on a sandbar near Sullivan's Island.
Singleton’s book, “Different: A Story About Loving Your Neighbor,” is dedicated to his late mother, Sharonda Coleman-Singleton who was killed along with eight others at the Mother Emanuel AME shooting five years ago.
Officials with the Department of Health and Environmental Control are now calling South Carolina a hotspot for COVID-19 after announcing nearly 1,300 new cases in the state on Friday which is the second highest number of confirmed cases in a single day.
The Charleston County School District is set to spend more than $353,000 next fiscal year to train its staff, employees and even board members on implicit bias, racial diversity and other cultural issues.