Joint Base Charleston hosted a national speaker whose sister was a rape victim in the late 1980s. The speaker teaches rape prevention to members of the military.
Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band are back hosting their 6th annual Lt. Dan Weekend in the Lowcountry.
The Lowcountry lost a long-time public servant at World War II veteran this week. Bernard Warshaw died at the age of 93.
Paratroopers thrive on high intensity. They are trained to drop from 500 feet out of a plane into combat zones to take out the enemy, after all. More>>
It's an historic day in the annals of submarine warfare. More>>
A Wando High School graduate introduced millions of people to her boyfriend, a returning soldier, during the Super Bowl Sunday night. More>>
Two new projects at the Naval Health Clinic Charleston will provide veterans with physical therapy and dermatology services. More>>
Two Purple Hearts belonging to World War II veterans are being returned to their families in South Carolina. More>>
The annual meal at Joint Base Charleston serves about 600 people, including active and retired military members and their families. More>>
Sgt. Beau Adams returned from Afghanistan Monday night, and while some people knew about his homecoming, his son was kept in the dark until he arrived at the military museum at Citadel Mall on Tuesday afternoon. More>>
Gov. Nikki Haley's husband is going to be home for the holidays, returning with his South Carolina Army National Guard unit from Afghanistan. More>>
The South Carolina Army National Guard unit that deployed to Afghanistan with Gov. Nikki Haley's husband l is coming home. More>>
Gov. Nikki Haley says her military husband will be home before Christmas, but she's not sure of the exact date. More>>
The unclaimed remains of 10 military veterans will be interred this week during a ceremony at the Beaufort National Cemetery. More>>
For the first time, 13-year-old Elizabeth Wright has a room to call her own, filled with lavender walls, scripting and her favorite books. More>>
Cadets from The Citadel's Golf Company will deliver thousands of dollars in toys to the MUSC Children's Hospital on Monday afternoon in the hopes of spreading a little Christmas cheer. More>>
Saturday marks the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The surprise attack by the Japanese catapulted the country into World War II. More>>
An Army unit connected with the South Carolina-based U.S. Army Central is getting a new commander. More>>
Some 3,000 pilots have signed on since its inception in 2008, as well as more than 10,000 volunteers. Many of the animals are saved from high risk shelters. Others just need a ride home. More>>
Xiomara Sosa, often finds herself thinking about the work that still needs to be done each Veterans Day. Sosa, an Army veteran, began her military career in her early 20s in the Air Force.
After her son returned from combat in Iraq, Sharon Brown says she noticed several changes and decided to seek out help for her family ailing from the effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Sweeping away dirt is part of the makeover process for the volunteers from Home Depot. They're part of crew that will keep pouring buckets of paint until their job is done. More>>
A South Carolina Army wife is holding baby showers to honor pregnant women whose husbands are deployed. More>>
The one-man cleanup crew who stepped up as non-essential federal groundskeepers sit at home is back at the Lincoln Memorial Friday. More>>
Volunteers are gathering to build and decorate anti-stress "Dang-It Dolls" for military servicemen and women. More>>
Palmetto Goodwill is hosting an event to benefit local homeless and struggling veterans on Sunday. More>>
Hanckel Marine and military veteran volunteers are joining forces to clean litter from hard-to-reach coastal areas near Charleston with a trash treasure hunt. More>>
As the trash piled up, an Air Force veteran continues to be in awe of the people coming to help him. More>>
Folks in Folly Beach helped out a friend who survived three tours of duty in Iraq and is now fighting for his life. More>>
Active duty military are getting free admission to the fire museum in North Charleston this summer. 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>>
Starting on Memorial Day, active duty military personnel and their families will be able to visit a local fire museum for free. More>>
Military dogs work right along side their human counterparts in police cars and on deployments...these four-legged police are just as much a part of the security forces as their handlers. More>>
Talk about being upstaged. It wasn't a high school stage performance that left an audience stunned, but the surprise return of an Army Lieutenant Colonel.
GALLERY: Soldier returns home to surprise daughter during school play More>>
A Lowcountry soldier is caught off guard Tuesday night after receiving a surprise welcome home from family and friends. More>>
As others laced up their best tennis shoes, Citadel alumni and cadets trekked the 10K course in their camouflage pants and combat boots. They proudly carried the 3rd infantry flag.
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) – A 2007 Citadel graduate will be remembered during the 36th Cooper River Bridge Run. Army Sgt. Aaron X. Wittman was killed Jan. 10 in Afghanistan when his unit was attacked by More>>