Some food seized in a wrongful death lawsuit judgment has been donated to a nonprofit group that serves the poor in South Carolina.
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The Charleston County Coroner’s Office released the identity of the person killed on the Ravenel Bridge, Monday afternoon.
A Canadian researcher says “man flu” is real.
One person is dead following a house fire in Dorchester County.
A South Carolina man sentenced to life in prison for stabbing his girlfriend to death in 2013 has been found dead in his prison cell.
The man wanted by Charleston Police for burglary is in police custody.
Water distribution stations serving the McClellanville and South Santee area have been shut off, according to the Awendaw-McClellanville Con…
Eastbound lanes of Rivers Avenue toward Dorchester Road is closed, according to authorities.
The man who South Carolina Highway Patrol says is responsible for a hit-and-run in Orangeburg is in police custody.
Due to the cold weather forecast, two warming shelters/centers will open in the Lowcountry.
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A rally will be held in downtown Charleston on Tuesday, December 12 oppose the tax bills passed by the House and the Senate.
A South Carolina lawmaker is now looking into stiffening the punishment for trains that block the roads for long periods of time.
Authorities are searching for the person who they say is responsible for a murder in Orangeburg.
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