ISLE OF PALMS, S.C. (WCBD) – From the coast of Oregon to South Carolina, the rare sight of a total summer eclipse will soon take place. Ther…
If you’ve been struggling to find safety glasses for the eclipse, you’re not alone.
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.
South Carolina wants to shine a light on about how much money last month’s total solar eclipse generated for businesses.
Those looking for alternative ways to protect their eyes from last week’s solar eclipse are now seeking medical treatment after putting sunb…
The total solar eclipse has officially come to an end, but one question remains: what do we do with our solar eclipse glasses?
Union Police say a laptop computer was stolen from Carnegie Library while the librarians were outside giving out eclipse glasses.
An astronomy non-profit group will soon be collecting solar eclipse glasses for a good cause.
Folly Beach, SC (WCBD) – Residents will head out to Folly Beach Tuesday morning for a beach clean up following the Total Solar Eclipse.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation is monitoring traffic conditions following the total solar eclipse.
Portions of central South Carolina have plunged into total darkness as a total solar eclipse cast a shadow on the state.
So many people have traveled to Pawleys Island in anticipation of the eclipse, that police are shutting down portions of the island.
If you plan to photograph the total solar eclipse today, here are some tips to help.
When it comes to the solar eclipse, the Upstate is ready. But do you know how the animals around you will react?
On Monday, Aug. 21, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the Sun, and NASA Television will carry it live from coast to coas…
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…