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UNC quarterback Williams redeems himself after horrid opener

2015 November 30 - 22:35

CLEMSON — “That’s my fault we not getting the respect. I’ll fix that.”

Pacan, Dekanich pace Stingrays in 3-0 win over Orlando

2015 November 30 - 21:46

ORLANDO, Fla. — David Pacan scored a pair of shorthanded goals and Mark Dekanich stopped 22 shots for his second shutout as the South Carolina Stingrays blanked the Orlando Solar Bears, 3-0, on Monday night.

College of Charleston shocks LSU, 70-58

2015 November 30 - 21:00

When Canyon Barry signed with the College of Charleston four years ago, this was the kind of night he had envisioned.

Dorchester County deputies investigating shooting near Summerville

2015 November 30 - 20:57

Dorchester County sheriff’s deputies investigated a shooting Monday night near Summerville, according to officials.

Kacinas keeps scoring, and Gamecocks keep season-opening win streak intact

2015 November 30 - 20:47

COLUMBIA — Mindaugas Kacinas arrived at South Carolina’s shoot-around Monday and was congratulated by head coach Frank Martin. The Gamecocks’ senior forward replied — for what?

Lawmakers split on need to borrow for roads, flood damage, education

2015 November 30 - 20:32

COLUMBIA — Top lawmakers meeting to discuss roads, flood damage and other projects disagreed Monday on the need to borrow hundreds of millions of dollars as revenue predictions continue to climb.

Serious action on warming in works

2015 November 30 - 18:57

LE BOURGET, France — With dramatic vows to save future generations from an overheated planet, the largest gathering ever of world leaders began two weeks of talks Monday aimed at producing the most far-reaching pact yet to reduce greenhouse-gas

Black churches to convene in Charleston, foster racial reconciliation

2015 November 30 - 18:12

When an avowed white supremacist entered Emanuel AME Church on June 17, a sacred space for its black parishioners, his attack “stripped away the illusion ... that racism will affect us everywhere except in the church,” said the Rev. Nelson

Accused Planned Parenthood shooter charged with rape in North Charleston in 1992

2015 November 30 - 17:57

The man accused of opening fire Friday in a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood was charged with rape in North Charleston more than 20 years ago, according to police reports.

Charleston tech firm Blackbaud helps out with #GivingTuesday

2015 November 30 - 17:54

A big Charleston technology employer will help gauge the response Tuesday to #GivingTuesday, which has been designated to help charities raise money online as the calendar year winds down.

Cyber Monday sales still on top, but losing some luster

2015 November 30 - 17:34

NEW YORK — Retailers roll out online deals on so-called “Cyber Monday.” But now that shoppers are online all the time anyway, the 10-year-old shopping holiday is losing some of its luster.

Kiawah Island Real Estate reports sales up 25% for year

2015 November 30 - 17:34

Kiawah Island Real Estate’s sales are up 24.8 percent over last year through the first 10 months of 2015, the agency reported.

New stop signs, speed humps for Cooper Estates, The Groves

2015 November 30 - 17:23

MOUNT PLEASANT — The traffic cutting through Cooper Estates and The Grove neighborhoods has pitted residents versus drivers seeking a short cut. It also has pitted neighbors against each other as far as what should be done.

Citadel at Charleston Southern: ‘No one will be turned away,’ CSU AD says

2015 November 30 - 17:11

Some local fans are calling Saturday’s second-round FCS playoff game between Charleston Southern and The Citadel the biggest college football game to be played in the Lowcountry.