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South Carolina insurance chief says floods damaged at least 12,000 cars

2015 October 09 - 19:24

At least 12,000 vehicles in South Carolina, many of them in the Midlands, were damaged in last weekend’s floods, the state insurance director said Friday.

As flood recedes, Charleston region focuses on paying for recovery, getting back to business

2015 October 09 - 18:14

The economic toll this past week’s flooding took on South Carolina is still being tallied, but experts say the Charleston region and the rest of the state should have no problem financing the recovery.

Around the State

2015 October 09 - 18:12

North Greenville at Ave Maria University

Naval Hospital redevelopment moves forward, but costs to Charleston County mount

2015 October 09 - 18:00

Efforts to redevelop the former Naval Hospital in North Charleston and locate county social services there have been marked by delays and lawsuits over unpaid bills, but a well-known local construction company is now involved and work is moving forward.

Car Show Calendar

2015 October 09 - 17:34

• Mopar clubs weekly “Meet & Greets” will be 7-11 p.m. at Sonic Drive-Ins, 660 College Park Road in Goose Creek and 9101 University Blvd. in North Charleston. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, AMC and related cars and trucks are welcome.

Man shot to death in McDonald’s parking lot in Lake City

2015 October 09 - 17:05

LAKE CITY, S.C. — Authorities say a 28-year-old man has been shot to death in the parking lot of a McDonald’s in Lake City.

Divided House Republicans see savior in Paul Ryan

2015 October 09 - 17:00

WASHINGTON — Endlessly divided, House Republicans pleaded with Rep. Paul Ryan on Friday to rescue them from their damaging leadership vacuum. But the GOP’s 2012 vice presidential nominee showed little appetite for the prestigious yet

Dorchester District 2 to return Monday to normal schedule

2015 October 09 - 16:56

After being closed this week, Dorchester District 2 schools will resume a normal schedule on Monday, district officials said.

Pricey pooch: $10K dog found in Virginia after being reported stolen

2015 October 09 - 16:51

BEAVERDAM, Va. — Call it the caper of the pricey pooch.

Storm death toll at 17; Lowcountry spared fatalities

2015 October 09 - 16:37

The death toll from possibly the worst rainstorm in South Carolina’s history held steady Friday at 17, the first day without another drowning victim or weather-related traffic fatality since Oct. 2. None of the deaths were in the flood-prone

Inside the Game: Georgia Tech at No. 6 Clemson

2015 October 09 - 16:29

Big as the Notre Dame win was, it won’t help Clemson win the ACC. Here’s what the sixth-ranked Tigers need to do against Georgia Tech in order to keep their conference championship hopes on track:

Georgia Tech, Clemson both ‘desperate’ for victory Saturday

2015 October 09 - 16:22

CLEMSON — The wounded bear is more dangerous than the happy camper.

Charleston police to hold Citizens’ Training Academy

2015 October 09 - 16:02

Charleston police will hold an academy in coming weeks to help residents better understand the department’s procedures and policies.

For Charleston Southern, games that matter begin Saturday

2015 October 09 - 14:56

Off to a 3-1 start, the Charleston Southern football team is feeling pretty good about itself these days. But, as head coach Jamey Chadwell says, the real season begins Saturday when the Buccaneers host Monmouth in the Big South Conference opener for

LSU will make USC feel right at home — until Leonard Fournette gets the ball

2015 October 09 - 14:32

COLUMBIA — The opponent’s band will play the South Carolina fight song, the school will make a donation to flood relief efforts, and USC will see its introduction on the video board before running onto the field. “Geaux