A Murrells Inlet woman has a new friend in Michigan after she found a love letter he wrote more than 60 years ago. More>>
Scotty's Ride for Water, a five-day bike ride across the state, was a huge success and raised more than $60,000 for Water Missions International.
The playoff-bound Stingrays played 72 games in the regular season, but captain Kevin Quick missed 62 of them after snapping his left leg in half at a game in Greenville. More>>
The Charleston RiverDogs scored the final four runs, including a go-ahead single by Tyler Wade, to defeat the Rome Braves 8-7 on Thursday evening. 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>>
Time is running out for a bill designed to help birthing centers stay open across the state. Supporters are anxious to see the bill move to the state Senate.
Charleston County Council's finance committee met Monday evening to talk about possibly diverting money from a proposed project on Maybank Highway to a project to alleviate problems at Camp and Folly roads. More>>
The Medical University of South Carolina Board of Trustees has offered the position of president of the university and its affiliated medical centers to David Cole, M.D.
Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James will deliver the commencement address when cadets graduate from The Citadel next month. More>>
After a story about federal officers fining a man for not paying for soda refills at the VA Hospital in Charleston, the hospital has said the man will only be warned for the infraction. More>>
With the help of Palmetto Brewery, the RiverDogs have their own special beer brewed exclusively for consumption at The Joe. "The Original" will make its debut tonight. More>>
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War, Patriots Point is hosting several special events. In preparation, veterans are sprucing up the USS Yorktown and USS Laffey. More>>
Three Georgetown County inmates spent their time in the jail planning a bank robbery that included a school-based diversion only to be foiled Wednesday by deputies and detention center officers. More>>
Plenty of rain heading into our direction for the next several days More>>
A North Charleston man told arresting officers that he needed to quit selling drugs and find a real job after he was caught a second time with drugs. But deputies say he led them on a chase down Highway 78 first. More>>
A mother charged with kidnapping her daughter from her Lowcountry home nearly 20 years ago has agreed to be extradited back to the United States.
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