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New panel to make recommendations to DOT on preventing bridge jumpers

2016 August 24 - 18:37

Finding ways to prevent suicide jumpers on the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge was the focus Wednesday of a gathering of mental health experts, emergency first responders, highway engineers and lawmakers.

Sen. Lindsey Graham says Trump could ‘actually win’

2016 August 24 - 18:35

COLUMBIA — U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham praised his former GOP presidential primary opponent, Republican nominee Donald Trump, for an improved showing this week, saying he could turn the tide on Hillary Clinton amid the email scandal that continues to

Citadel Notes: Bulldogs’ depth will be tested early

2016 August 24 - 18:27

It’s old news that The Citadel will play its season opener next week at Mercer with a new quarterback under center, and now it seems the Bulldogs’ offensive line may have a new look, as well.

Only 14 percent of S.C. graduates are ready for college, according to ACT

2016 August 24 - 19:00

Results on the ACT college entrance exam show recent South Carolina high school graduates are woefully unprepared for college, despite their ambitions for postsecondary education.

Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor aims to preserve entire culture

2016 August 24 - 18:10

The Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor is focusing on preserving more than just land.

Gamecocks punter has one charge dropped, applies for PTI on another

2016 August 24 - 18:03

COLUMBIA — South Carolina punter Sean Kelly had a malicious injury to property charge dropped, and applied for pre-trial intervention on a charge of disorderly conduct, according to his Columbia attorney.

Hotel plans must preserve more of Rainbow Market building, Charleston city board rules

2016 August 24 - 17:54

Plans for one of the many new hotels planned for peninsular Charleston has hit another pothole.

Retail: Cashing in on clutter at Charleston Style Exchange

2016 August 24 - 19:00

It’s time once again to turn closet clutter into cash and help a local charity.

Late school board chair Brian Moody honored by Charleston chamber

2016 August 24 - 17:27

The late accounting firm executive and civic volunteer Brian Moody is being honored posthumously, with the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce naming him the recipient of its 2016 Joseph P. Riley Leadership Award.

North Charleston may buy bulletproof vests for firefighters

2016 August 24 - 16:23

North Charleston could become the first local city to outfit its firefighters with bulletproof vests for responding to calls that involve gunfire.

Utah firm pays almost $17M for North Charleston apartments

2016 August 24 - 16:04

Another North Charleston apartment complex has changed hands, reflecting the steady demand from investors for multifamily properties in the region.

Stop Light Observations steps on the gas with release of second record

2016 August 24 - 14:00

Despite being self-recorded on a short schedule and limited budget in a 200-year-old plantation house down at Toogoodoo Bluff (between Charleston and Edisto Island), there’s nothing unrefined or overly rustic about the elegant and dynamic stuff on

Bluffton’s Blackshear competing for role in USC’s defense, and rebuilding image at same time

2016 August 24 - 15:18

COLUMBIA — Nine days after he signed with South Carolina, he was accused of theft. Twenty days after the final game of his first season with the Gamecocks, he was involved in a shooting.

Sea turtle rescue to make milestone release Thursday

2016 August 24 - 15:16

Moon might as well have been dead. When the Garden City turtle team came across the loggerhead at the Moonfish Beach access, its only response was to blink when its eye was touched.

21-year-old Mount Pleasant man arrested after police say he stabs 2 other men

2016 August 24 - 14:54

A 21-year-old Mount Pleasant man was arrested early Wednesday after police say he stabbed two men.