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State Football Roundup: Coastal Carolina rolls past winless Furman

2016 September 25 - 02:00

CONWAY — Tyler Keane threw for two touchdowns, Kenneth Daniels returned a blocked field goal 65 yards for a score and Ky’Jon Tyler scored on an 80-yard punt return in Coastal Carolina’s 41-21 win over Furman on Saturday.


Suspect in deadly Washington state mall shooting, captured, identified

2016 September 25 - 00:30

BURLINGTON, Wash. — The suspect in a shooting at a Washington state mall that left five dead and sparked an intensive, nearly 24-hour manhunt is in custody, authorities said Saturday.


South Carolina notes: English gets in Clowney sack territory in Kentucky loss

2016 September 25 - 00:14

LEXINGTON, Ken. — South Carolina defensive end Darius English had three sacks at Kentucky, the most for a Gamecock since Jadeveon Clowney famously had 4.5 in a 2012 victory over Clemson.


Clemson baseball builds off of ACC tournament title run, wants more in 2017

2016 September 24 - 23:52

CLEMSON — A year ago at this time, goals for the Clemson baseball team during fall practices were kept simple. Refine fundamentals, get comfortable with the new coaches and create an identity at the plate, on the mound and around the field.


Sapakoff: For embattled Kentucky coach Mark Stoops, it’s only South Carolina

2016 September 24 - 23:49

LEXINGTON, Ken. — A Kentucky fan referendum on head coach Mark Stoops showed Saturday night in the swaths of empty seats at Commonwealth Stadium.


Slow start dooms Gamecocks in 17-10 loss to Kentucky

2016 September 24 - 22:57

LEXINGTON, Ky. — It was the kind of slow start that had to leave Will Muschamp dealing with some unwanted deja vu from the first two games of South Carolina’s season against Vanderbilt and Mississippi State. The kind of slow start —


New York Red Bulls II edge Charleston Battery 2-1

2016 September 24 - 22:15

The Charleston Battery wanted desperately to host an USL playoff game at MUSC Health Stadium next weekend.


Emma Navarro preps for SCISA against pros

2016 September 24 - 21:59

What’s next for Emma Navarro? A national girls 16 doubles champion already, now the 15-year-old is playing high school tennis for Ashley Hall and getting ready to compete in the $10,000 Mount Pleasant Women’s Pro Circuit event at LTP Tennis


Charleston advocates raise funds and awareness at Hope Walk to End Domestic Violence

2016 September 24 - 21:19

Michele Messer has a message of hope for anyone who will listen: Help is out there for victims of domestic violence.


Halftime: South Carolina leads Kentucky 7-3 in Lexington

2016 September 24 - 21:06

LEXINGTON, Ky. — South Carolina’s quest to beat Kentucky for the first time since 2013 has 30 minutes of game time remaining. Despite sloppy play early and often, the Gamecocks are clinging to a four-point lead at halftime.


Buccaneers shake slow start but open Big South play with 35-7 win at Monmouth

2016 September 24 - 19:58

As conference openers go, Saturday’s Big South game between Charleston Southern and Monmouth was far from a thing of beauty, but opening league play with a victory was the ultimate goal for the No. 11 Buccaneers.


Driver injured on Wappoo Cut Bridge crash Saturday

2016 September 24 - 19:14

One person was injured in a single vehicle crash in Charleston Saturday afternoon.


Deaths Summary for Sunday, September 25, 2016

2016 September 25 - 00:01

DOOSE, John C., 90, of Charleston, a retired engineering inspection officer with the Navy and widower of Iris Doose, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s West Ashley Chapel.


Deaths and Funerals for Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016

2016 September 25 - 00:01

BECKER, John, Hollywood


Arching upward — Stabilizing rates, multitude of choices push Charleston area apartment home construction and sales

2016 September 24 - 18:53

Victoria Cowart of Darby Development Co. can see the contradiction.


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