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Pruis batteries have proven track record and long-term warranty just in case

2016 May 28 - 18:49

I’m thinking of buying a new Prius Two. Will the battery system need replacement after, say, eight to 10 years? Does replacement hinge on driving habits, or luck of the draw? I am retired and live in a city with constant traffic congestion. I


Man shot outside Chuck E. Cheese on Rivers Avenue

2016 May 28 - 18:23

Police are investigating a shooting that took place Saturday afternoon outside of the Chuck E. Cheese on Rivers Avenue in North Charleston.


Man shot outside of Chuck E. Cheese on Rivers Avenue

2016 May 28 - 18:12

Police are investigating a shooting that took place Saturday afternoon outside of the Chuck E. Cheese on Rivers Street in North Charleston.


Pedestrian struck by car in North Charleston

2016 May 28 - 17:07

North Charleston police are investigating an early morning pedestrian-auto accident that sent the pedestrian to the hospital.


Seahawks, Tribe tied 8-8 in 10th inning; CAA title game delayed until Sunday due to rain

2016 May 28 - 16:26

UNC Wilmington was three outs away from winning its second straight Colonial Athletic Association Baseball Tournament championship.


Charleston airport to add 2 interns from Citadel as part of diversity effort

2016 May 23 - 07:00

In a push to expose more minorities to the business side of the aviation field, Charleston International Airport will add two black cadets from The Citadel to its summer workforce.


Man shot in parking lot of Columbia mall; shops remain open

2016 May 28 - 15:35

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Authorities say a man has been shot in the parking lot of a shopping mall in Columbia.


Clemson, USC baseball look for NCAA national seeds, Coastal Carolina for first-round host site

2016 May 28 - 15:34

The Palmetto State has never had three host sites for an NCAA baseball tournament but a combination of good overall seasons and late rallies means this could be the year.


After Emanuel, push to tell more African-American history in public gains momentum

2016 May 28 - 15:00

The South is replete with monuments and markers dedicated to Revolutionary War heroes and leaders of the Confederacy, not to mention countless roads, schools and other structures.


Review: ‘Importance of Being Earnest’ pleases admirably

2016 May 28 - 13:44

There is, by design, much to admire in “The Importance of Being Earnest,” Oscar Wilde’s crowd-pleasing and altogether civilized comedy of Victorian manners now in an effervescent revival by the Gate Theatre helmed by Patrick Mason


$12M of S.C. State’s debt to be forgiven, $6M must be repaid

2016 May 28 - 12:19

COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina State University would be free from $12 million in state loans but would have to repay $6 million over the next 16 years under terms approved Friday by legislators negotiating a state budget compromise.


Developing for long run — Master planned communities boost numbers as theyoffer

2016 May 28 - 12:30

Hundred Oaks Parkway kicks off at U.S. Highway 17A and winds for a mile or more past a natural amphitheater, fire station and YMCA before reaching the first homes at Summerville-based The Ponds.


2 more teens charged in accidental S.C. high school shooting

2016 May 28 - 10:39

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Authorities say two more students have been charged in connection with an accidental shooting earlier this month at a Greenville high school.


Game On easily wins Georgetown Blue Marlin Tournament

2016 May 28 - 10:17

The crew of Game On didn’t have to spend a lot of time worrying Saturday to see if their phenomenal Friday would hold up in the 49th annual Georgetown Blue Marlin Tournament, the second event in the South Carolina Governor’s Cup Billfishing


Experts confirm Tropical Storm Bonnie

2016 May 28 - 07:15

Tropical Depression 2 was upgraded to Tropical Storm Bonnie just before 5 p.m. on Saturday when the system along South Carolina’s coast started producing harsher winds and heavier rainfall.


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