If you plan to photograph the total solar eclipse today, here are some tips to help.
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When it comes to the solar eclipse, the Upstate is ready. But do you know how the animals around you will react?
The City of Georgetown is warning people who picked up eclipse glasses from a number of city buildings that the glasses are not safe to use.
Practice makes perfect — we’ve all heard that phrase before!
Millions of people will step outside Monday around 1:30 p.m. to view a once in a lifetime total solar eclipse in the South Carolina Lowcount…
Portions of Dorchester Road is closed following an accident involving a tractor trailer.
Businesses are prepped, glasses are nearly impossible to find, and Krispy Kreme is going chocolate. The total solar eclipse if finally here!
A Nashville couple will mark the total solar eclipse Monday by tying the knot.
You may have already bought heavily-shaded glasses to help you view Monday’s solar eclipse, but if you aren’t sure whether or not they’re sa…
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North Charleston Police arrested two people in connection with a murder that took place Sunday morning in the Chicora neighborhood.
Who beats up a great grandmother in broad daylight? That’s what Metro Police want to know.
Emergency personnel are responding to a boat fire in Charleston County.
EMT and ambulance volunteer, Gard Ferguson, is concerned he may have to help someone Monday, who made the same mistake he did, as a child.
Residents who live in Dues West no longer have to boil their water prior to drinking or cooking, according to Mount Pleasant Waterworks.
The Medical University of South Carolina Department of Public Safety is investigating following the theft of a vehicle.