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Another U.S. trade deal gets hung up on politics

2016 August 29 - 21:10

Germany’s vice chancellor, Sigmar Gabriel, says talks about a major trade deal between the European Union and the U.S. have failed, though “nobody is really admitting it.” That statement should be taken with a grain of salt, but the

New federal rules on drones clear way for industry to grow in Lowcountry

2016 August 29 - 20:31

The business of flying drones is in its early days in Charleston, but under new federal rules, the industry may be ready to take off.

Local schools review American flag policies after Upstate incident

2016 August 29 - 18:13

As a high school in Greenville County was fending off criticism on social media after students were barred from bringing American flags to a football game over the weekend, local school administrators were reviewing their policies about flags and

Charleston police: Arrest made in Kennedy Street homicide from July 18

2016 August 29 - 17:56

A 29-year-old North Charleston man was arrested Monday in connection with a fatal shooting in July in front of a church.

Auburn’s defensive line features two players recruited by Clemson

2016 August 29 - 17:40

CLEMSON — Don’t let the numbers, or lack thereof, be misleading: Auburn’s defensive line has the ability to challenge Clemson.

Fitbit makes exercise even more of a game

2016 August 29 - 17:40

NEW YORK — Fitbit wants to help you exercise more by making you think you’re hiking famous trails instead of strolling around your neighborhood.

Anita Zucker donates $1 million to Holocaust survivor fund

2016 August 29 - 17:00

The courage of Rose Goldberg in a World War II Polish ghetto saved several family members and, by extension, shaped the modern history of South Carolina.

Charleston RiverDogs make final push toward eclipsing franchise attendance record

2016 August 29 - 16:35

And so it comes down to one last push for the Charleston RiverDogs this week — one final chance to eclipse a franchise record for attendance, set a year ago.

Authorities: Man involved in exchange of gunfire with N. Charleston police died of self-inflicted gunshot

2016 August 29 - 16:29

A man who was involved in a shootout with North Charleston police on Friday appears to have died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, authorities said.

Princeton Review ranks College of Charleston No. 15 party school

2016 August 29 - 16:23

The College of Charleston has cracked the top 20 of the nation’s best party schools in the Princeton Review’s annual college rankings, coming in at No. 15.

Dabo Swinney and Clemson alumna Gov. Nikki Haley at odds on mopeds and helmets

2016 August 29 - 16:15

COLUMBIA — Two of the state’s best-known figures appear to be at odds over who should have to wear a helmet when operating a moped.

Four African-American communities seen as significant in Charleston County, historical survey reveals

2016 August 29 - 21:00

A large vegetable packing shed in West Ashley was demolished a few years ago, but it might end up with an unlikely legacy.

Berkeley County library planned for Cane Bay area

2016 August 29 - 18:00

Residents in one of the fastest growing parts of the Lowcountry might soon get not only a state-of-the-art recreation complex but also a branch library — all in one.

Police reconsider ties between Brittanee Drexel case, crimes targeting other women

2016 August 29 - 15:49

Investigators have taken a fresh look at unsolved crimes targeting two other women as new developments surface in Brittanee Drexel’s presumed slaying.