The fast-tracked background checks bill that came out of a gun incident outside of a downtown Charleston school is headed to the governor's desk. Now the governor is poised to sign it.
The so-called Boland Bill, a bipartisan bill that aims to keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill by mandating reporting to a federal database, was passed unanimously by the state's House on Wednesday. More>>
Solicitor Scarlett Wilson said she will wait to pursue state charges until federal authorities finish their prosecution. More>>
Solicitor Scarlett Wilson will hold a press conference Wednesday afternoon regarding the Alice Boland case. More>>
Moms worried about gun violence braved the wind Wednesday to hold signs along Highway 17 in front of Lindsay Graham's Mount Pleasant office. More>>
An MUSC forensic psychiatrist says he doesn't know where to report patients who are dangerous, but do not meet requirements for being committed. More>>
A 28-year-old woman who authorities say unsuccessfully tried to fire a gun at officials at a private Charleston girls' school has been ordered to get a mental evaluation. More>>
The state House bill aimed at keeping guns out of the hands of the mentally ill has advanced out of the House subcommittee with unanimous approval. More>>