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USC women's basketball team ascends to No. 1 ranking

2014 November 24 - 12:09

COLUMBIA - There's a new No. 1 team in women's college basketball - and for the first time ever, it's South Carolina.

Comment period closing for Charleston Harbor deepening study

2014 November 24 - 11:43

The public comment period is winding down for the proposed Charleston Harbor deepening project.

Former NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield aims to bring attention to Heather Elvis case

2014 November 24 - 11:42

While former NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield is passionate about racing, he also is keen of another cause.

President Barack Obama announces Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's resignation from Pentagon

2014 November 24 - 11:30

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama says Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has concluded it's an "appropriate time" for him to complete his service.

Study: New jets at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort no louder than old ones

2014 November 24 - 11:28

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. (AP) - A study says the new jets being stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort are no louder than the jets now at the base.

No bail decision reached for former Isle of Palms woman accused of kidnapping daughter 20 years ago

2014 November 24 - 11:14

A federal judge did not reach a decision this morning on a bail request for a woman accused of abducting her infant girl from Isle of Palms two decades ago and fleeing to Australia.

DHEC monitoring 9 in South Carolina for possible Ebola symptoms

2014 November 24 - 10:57

The state health department is watching nine people, including three in the Lowcountry, who recently returned from one of three West African countries for signs of the deadly Ebola virus.

Charleston to begin enforcing bicycle parking restrictions Dec. 1

2014 November 24 - 10:56

The city of Charleston will begin enforcement of a new bicycle parking ordinance on Dec. 1.

Datebook: Volunteer to pack holiday meals

2014 November 24 - 10:00

The holidays annually inspire hordes of would-be volunteers, but charitable organizations don't always have enough assignments available for all of the unskilled workers trying to do good. Fortunately for folks still looking for community service

Chow chow shines at Music to Your Mouth

2014 November 24 - 09:13

There is nothing modest about Music to Your Mouth, an annual food festival that draws the South's top chefs to Palmetto Bluff, a planned community near Bluffton, S.C. A ticket to the whole three-day shebang costs $1075, not including lodging.

'Shame on us' for not passing immigration reform, Graham says

2014 November 24 - 08:50

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Sunday said Republicans are partially responsible for not passing comprehensive immigration reform.

Warm and wet day expected in Charleston area

2014 November 24 - 07:24

A warm and wet day is in the forecast today for the Charleston area.

Palmetto Sunrise: DSS panel meets

2014 November 24 - 07:15

COLUMBIA - The meetings of the Senate's Department of Social Services oversight subcommittee continue today, with multiple representatives from the Guardian ad Litem program expected to speak.

College of Charleston falls in CAA volleyball championship

2014 November 24 - 00:27

College of Charleston volleyball's bid for a third straight NCAA tournament appearance fell just short on Sunday as the Cougars lost to Hofstra in five sets (24-26, 25-27, 25-19, 26-24, 8-15) in front of a jam-packed crowd at the Johnson Center.

Solar Bears shut down Stingrays, 2-0

2014 November 24 - 00:25

The South Carolina Stingrays wrapped up a five-game homestand Sunday afternoon, dropping a 2-0 contest to the Orlando Solar Bears at the North Charleston Coliseum.

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