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CHARLESTON, SC – Eight of the nine Charleston starters scored at least one run for the first place RiverDogs in an 11-5 win over the Greenville Drive in South Atlantic League play Thursday night at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in front of 5,067 fans. More>>
When Phil Husenitza got a call from a friend, he knew he may have stumbled on a second chance at puppy love. More>>
The Boy Scouts of America threw open its ranks Thursday to gay Scouts but not gay Scout leaders - a fiercely contested compromise that some warned could fracture the organization and lead to mass defections of members and... More>>
A new documentary focusing on the recovery of the Charleston Fire Department after the Sofa Super Store fire was just released. More>>
May is National Military Appreciation Month. It is a time to honor those who serve on the front line and the families back at the home front. More>>
The painted boat off Folly Road is a landmark, welcoming visitors to the beach.
Federal forecasters are predicting yet another busy hurricane season. More>>
While many will be spending Memorial Day spending time with family and grilling in the backyard, there are a number of events around the Lowcountry that highlight the meaning behind your day off of work. More>>
Summerville police surrounded a home along Pintail Drive off Central Avenue early Thursday morning. More>>
Governor Nikki Haley signed the South Carolina Motion Picture Incentive Act into law on May 9th. More>>
When Nick Collins Jr. began fighting for his life last August, he didn't imagine how it would pay off in the end. More>>
Nearly six years after the Sofa Super Store fire claimed the lives of 9 of Charleston's firefighters, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation released a documentary of the department's recovery. More>>
A man was gardening when he found a tombstone about a foot deep. More>>
The images of disaster coming from Moore, Okla., are eerily similar to what Charleston Mayor Joe Riley saw first hand in the days following Hurricane Hugo. More>>
The state's Department of Health and Environmental Control on Monday issued a public order for a North Charleston clinic where they believe three people were diagnosed with Hepatitis B. More>>