The rain may have spoiled some of the biggest Easter egg hunts in the Lowcountry, but at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, the hunt went on. More>>
Charleston police say streets are being shut down due to flooding. Currently there are four as a result of large pools of water. More>>
One of the founders of Myrtle Beach-based Direct Air has filed for personal bankruptcy protection, a move that halts a lawsuit filed against him by the trustee in the airline's corporate bankruptcy case. More>>
Charleston police say a missing West Ashley mother has been found safe.
One person was killed Friday evening in a single-car wreck on Highway 61 in Dorchester County. More>>
Four people were injured Saturday morning in a house fire and now several agencies are investigating. More>>
Jim Furyk finished off a second-round 66 Saturday to join K.J. Choi and Ben Martin tied for the lead halfway through the rain-delayed RBC Heritage. More>>
A statewide texting-while-driving ban might soon be a reality for South Carolina, though many wonder whether it will be effective. More>>
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office says a missing elderly woman who walked away from a gas station Friday afternoon has been found.
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>>
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>>
Robert Leon Dunlap, a founding member of the Charleston County Volunteer Rescue Squad, passed away at his home Thursday evening. He was 83. 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>>
The Charleston RiverDogs and the Rome Braves were postponed due to rain on Friday evening at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park. 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>>
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>>
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>>
Two people were arrested Thursday afternoon after police officers found a handgun and nearly 30 grams of marijuana was found. More>>
Officials from local government and representatives from churches and neighborhoods are scheduled to meet to discuss creating a Charleston village as a way to help baby boomers stay in their homes as they age. More>>
South Carolina's unemployment rate is continuing to go down. More>>
Replicas of Columbus' ships the Nina and the Pinta are visiting South Carolina although the Santa Maria is not. More>>
Council members are hoping to save money by diverting $15 million from the proposed Maybank Highway expansion to the Folly Road project. Now questions are raised about whether it can be done without jeopardizing other funds.
A Murrells Inlet woman has a new friend in Michigan after she found a love letter he wrote more than 60 years ago. 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>>
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 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>>
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>>
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>>
A missing Beaufort County woman was found dead in a secluded Hampton County cemetery Wednesday, a day after she was reported missing.
Berkeley County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a threat made to the Google Data Center on Highway 52. More>>
Summerville Police are investigating a bank robbery that happened Thursday afternoon. 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>>
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>>
It's been a good spring for drawing air travelers to South Carolina's Grand Strand. More>>
A state budget proposal would provide new buses that run on alternative fuel to South Carolina school districts willing to pay part of the bill. More>>
Two early triples and Eduardo de Oleo's first home run of the season sparked the Charleston RiverDogs, but Brandon Thomas' ninth-inning single was the winner in an 8-7 sweep-clinching victory. More>>
Farmers markets are opening across South Carolina, but in some areas local produce has been delayed a bit because of this year's cold, wet winter. More>>
It wasn't such a great day at Gerald's for one Lowcountry driver. 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.
Reorganized Blue Ribbon Committee of Council on Education has ideas on how to fix overcrowded schools East of the Cooper. It wants the Charleston County School Board to prioritize their needs. More>>
Astronomy buffs have yet another reason to stare up at the night sky this week with the annual Lyrid meteor shower. More>>
Jordan Spieth says he gave no thought to withdrawing from the RBC Heritage after the grind of the Masters. Instead, he feels energized by his runner-up finish to Bubba Watson. More>>
Container volume at the Port of Charleston is up sharply with March the busiest month at the port in almost six years. More>>
A bill banning abortion in South Carolina beyond 19 weeks of pregnancy has stalled in the state Senate, with lawmakers raising concerns that the bill also bans contraception. More>>
A Goose Creek man was charged Monday in a two-count indictment of selling firearms to people who are prohibited from owning them. More>>
Officials plan to break ground on a new town hall later this year, but they also want to know what kind of park will surround it on nearly two acres of land. More>>
The quarterly 'Coffee with a Cop' event took place in downtown Charleston on Wednesday. More>>
South Carolina drivers have seen a steady increase in gas prices in recent months, but motorists taking to the road this weekend will still find it a bit cheaper to drive than a year ago. More>>
Something new is brewing on the South Carolina coast. Horry-Georgetown Technical College will be offering a degree in brewing. More>>
Peach lovers may have to wait a while this year. Growers say a late March freeze caused major damage in the Aiken area and the fruit might be scarce until July. More>>
Five of the six Republicans running against U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham are meeting in a debate in Aiken. More>>
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham spent part of his day Tuesday at Patriots Point to attend an awards ceremony to honor a WWII veteran.
Tyler Wade had a career-high four hits and three runs scored, carrying the Charleston RiverDogs in a 6-2 win against the Greenville Drive on Tuesday night. More>>
Antwan Ivey was a star running back for Charleston Southern University in 2008 and 2009 before transferring. More>>
A man wanted in connection to the shooting death of another man last week boarded a school bus in Dorchester County with a gun, according to details in an incident report from the sheriff's office.
A North Charleston man was charged with criminal sexual conduct after social services officials called police. More>>
Mardi Gras may be over but the celebration continues at the Charleston RiverDogs' 9th Annual Charity Golf Tournament that features food, drink and rowdy fun as the club introduces its Mardi Golf theme. More>>
Charleston police were called to theFirst Palmetto Savings Bank Tuesday for reports of a robbery. More>>
Crews from North Charleston police and fire and the Charleston County Bomb Squad responded to a suspicious package Tuesday afternoon. More>>
Firefighters spent the early morning hours battling a house fire on Bull Street in downtown Charleston. Residents of the home were forced to evacuate.
Charleston police officers arrested a North Charleston man Monday 14 minutes after the burglary he is accused of was committed.
A Moncks Corner man found dead in Givhans was shot in the back of the head, according to the coroner's office.
A Georgia woman who was discharged from an Orangeburg hospital and disappeared has been found.
Michael O'Neill hit his second home run of the season and did much more in an 11-3 victory for the Charleston RiverDogs against the Greenville Drive on Monday evening. More>>
Charleston Police have arrested a man on narcotic charges after members of the CPD Special Investigations Unit and Team 4 executed a search warrant. More>>
It's a day tax procrastinators dread. April 15 is deadline day for tax returns. More>>
South Carolina Education Superintendent Mick Zais has withdrawn the state from testing for new standards next year. More>>
A Moncks Corner woman is pleading for information in the murder of her once-missing fiance who was found dead last week in nearby Givhans.
For night owls, this week featured another celestial phenomenon. Shortly before 2 a.m. EST, the Earth positioned itself between the sun and the moon to create the first of four "blood moons" in the next two years. More>>
The Berkeley County school board voted last week to ask several government agencies to help with traffic near Sangaree Elementary and Intermediate schools.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has signed a law requiring more people convicted of driving under the influence to install a device that won't let their vehicles start if the drivers have been drinking. More>>
Ten years ago, Jimmy Bailey started YesCarolina, a nonprofit that teaches educators the strategy of entrepreneurship. So far, 600 South Carolina teachers have been trained through the program.
A College of Charleston student filed suit against the school and a former professor who resigned last year in the face of sexual misconduct allegations with students. More>>
The family of a Folly Beach man made a tearful request Monday afternoon in federal court to keep him behind bars until his next court appearance. More>>
Orangeburg deputies are hunting for three men after recovering a cache of stolen electronics, guns, and jewelry. More>>
If there's one thing Pinewood Prep eighth grader Krish Patel knows, it's geography. That knowledge has landed him a fourth state title in the National Geographic Bee. More>>
A Goose Creek man got to spend some time behind bars after he allegedly took off his pants and defecated on the floor of a downtown Charleston hotel early Sunday morning. More>>