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Pennsylvania cops: Beau who ate holiday meal early gets stabbed

2014 November 28 - 14:54

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. - Police say a Pennsylvania woman chased her boyfriend around a dining room and stabbed him in the chest because he started eating Thanksgiving dinner while she slept off a bender.

Head to Head: USC at No. 23 Clemson

2014 November 28 - 14:45

If Clemson's Deshaun Watson were healthy, this would be a push - if not swung completely in the other direction. But the freshman has barely played the last two months with first a broken hand and now a sprained knee ligament which leaves him

Sen. Tim Scott to survey Summerville small business Saturday

2014 November 28 - 14:27

U.S. Sen. Tim Scott will visit Coastal Coffee Roasters at 108 E. 3rd North Street in Summerville at 9 a.m. Saturday.

Organizers appeal to youths in Ferguson rally planned for Charleston Customhouse

2014 November 28 - 13:02

After a Missouri grand jury this week took a pass on charges against the police officer who fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown, Sadara Shine saw young people's frustration boil over on social media.

Man found shot to death in Union apartment

2014 November 28 - 12:47

UNION, S.C. - Police in Union are investigating the death of a man found shot to death in an apartment.

Legislators: Answer to court ruling to take time

2014 November 28 - 12:39

COLUMBIA, S.C. - In ruling that South Carolina's educational system is broken and fails to provide every child the opportunity to succeed in school, the state's Supreme Court provided no instruction for how officials and legislators should correct that.

Lowcountry AIDS Services spending $1 million to cover uninsured patients

2014 November 28 - 12:30

If conservative South Carolina leaders changed their minds about expanding Medicaid under Obamacare, the executive director of Lowcountry AIDS Services estimates that nearly all of the organization's 500 HIV-positive clients would qualify for the

College of Charleston to face No. 3 UConn

2014 November 28 - 12:15

It was nearly a decade ago, but Candice Jackson got to experience something that few coaches in women's college basketball get to do - beat the University of Connecticut.

Behind Enemy Lines: 5 Questions with Clemson, South Carolina beat writers

2014 November 28 - 11:29

CLEMSON & COLUMBIA - Our final installment of Behind Enemy Lines doesn't have to travel very far, as our Post and Courier beat writers serve and return a few questions about the state of each Palmetto State program entering the big matchup Saturday

Charleston area grandmother-granddaughter duo bring home World DockDog titles

2014 November 28 - 10:32

Watching dogs propel themselves high into the air and land with a big splash in DockDog competitions at the Southeastern Wildlife Expo was all it took for a Lowcountry woman and her granddaughter to become hooked.

Palmetto Goodwill to host hiring events for several fast-food restaurants

2014 November 28 - 10:25

Looking for a job at a fast-food restaurant?

Reserve deputy sues Anderson County for wreck

2014 November 28 - 10:04

ANDERSON, S.C. - A reserve Anderson County sheriff's deputy hurt in a wreck is suing the sheriff's office and other agencies, accusing them of recklessness and negligence.

Probe finds no discrimination in Beaufort County schools

2014 November 28 - 10:02

BEAUFORT, S.C. - A federal investigation has found no discrimination against English-language learners in Beaufort County schools.

Overnight shooting leaves one wounded in North Charleston

2014 November 28 - 09:46

Authorities are investigating an overnight shooting at a North Charleston apartment complex that left one man wounded.

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