Heavy rains were closing some streets in downtown Charleston Friday night, and the situation was expected to get worse.
Scores of TV show hopefuls slogged through a heavy rain Friday night for a chance to win a half million dollars on one of the oldest reality shows.
A driver was killed when a car wrecked in the rain on S.C. Highway 61 Friday, according to the Highway Patrol.
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Heavy rain that is expected to continue through the night has already closed some streets in downtown Charleston.
By Ed Buckley
Friday, April 18, 2014 8:27 p.m.
Robert Leon Dunlap, of North Charleston, a 52-year veteran of the Charleston County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Squad, died Thursday. He was 83.
Education officials and advocates are frustrated and confused following a decision by South Carolina's top education administrator to withdraw from ...
The search for a paddleboarder reported missing off the Isle of Palms Friday afternoon was suspended about 8 p.m. because of worsening weather ...
COLUMBIA - State lawmakers are back in their districts in the coming week, as both bodies take a break from this year's session.
For 75 years, the generosity of a Charleston man has rippled quietly through the Lowcountry by giving financial help to some of its most talented ...
Trident Technical College is on the cusp of a bold scheduling experiment, which data indicates should dramatically boost student success, says ...
As the state gets closer to turning a two-lane section of Henry Brown Boulevard in Goose Creek into a five-lane road, the Army Corps of Engineers is ...
Navy veteran Paul Watters stood near an HU-1 helicopter Friday on display in the Vietnam exhibit at Patriots Point.
The Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center released a statement late this week acknowledging VA employees in Charleston misused their ...
Berkeley County officials want you to keep your butt inside your car.