A flood unlike any other in South Carolina history has killed 11 people and left scores homeless, but as Lowcountry rivers and creeks rose Monday, the threat was far from over.

Sapakoff: Mackensie Alexander, Clemson’s second most valuable player, backs up the talk

CLEMSON — Just before Clemson and Notre Dame met Saturday night in the biggest game of the season for both teams, Tigers cornerback Mackensie Alexander strolled up to Irish head coach Brian Kelly on the rain-soaked...

Flooding a “shipwreck” for area farms

The 2 feet of rain that fell on parts of South Carolina this weekend indiscriminately smothered newly planted seeds and crops ready to harvest, creating a near-total loss for area farmers.

Rising to flood’s challenge

Catastrophic rainstorms like this one happen only every thousand years, climate and weather experts explained as unprecedented flooding forced people out of their homes, closed roads and submerged stalled vehicles. One can only hope that assessment holds true.