Charleston police say a missing elderly man was found shortly after midnight Saturday.
The end of the Lenten season comes this weekend. Many Christians spend time in church to reflect on Jesus Christ's death on the cross, and resurrection on Easter. More>>
Robert Leon Dunlap, a founding member of the Charleston County Volunteer Rescue Squad, passed away at his home Thursday evening. He was 83. More>>
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office says a missing elderly woman who walked away from a gas station Friday afternoon has been found.
The second round of the RBC Heritage was cut short because of rain Friday, with K.J. Choi shooting a 4-under 67 for a one-stroke lead over Robert Allenby. More>>
RBC Heritage has adjusted parking in an effort to ensure spectator safety this weekend. Weather has forced this change. More>>
Patriots Point on Friday broke ground on a new exhibit all about the Vietnam War. The museum's director said Patriots Point is expanding to create the new area. More>>
Doors opened Friday on the second location of Bits of Lace, a mainstay on King Street in downtown Charleston. More>>
Former FedEx Cup champion Bill Haas withdrew Friday from the RBC Heritage with a wrist injury. More>>
One man was arrested and three stolen cars were found after a joint investigation between Berkeley County deputies and Summerville police. More>>
The police chief of the Dillon County town of Latta has been fired and she says it is because she is gay. More>>
A Miami man was arrested early Friday morning after a night of clubbing in North Charleston when a police officer spotted an AK-47 in the floorboard of his car. More>>
The Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General (OIG) conducted an audit of the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center's Engineering Service after getting a tip on their hotline. More>>
Have your rain jackets, umbrellas, and galoshes handy ... it is going to be very soggy in the Lowcountry. More>>
The Charleston RiverDogs and the Rome Braves were postponed due to rain on Friday evening at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park. More>>
Email correspondence shows that Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin sought to speak with advisers about repercussions with the Cherokee Nation as she considered intervening in a custody dispute involving a Cherokee girl. More>>
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