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Woolsey beats Kernodle in Town of James Island mayoral race

2014 July 29 - 20:12

Incumbent Bill Woolsey beat challenger Trent Kernodle in the Town of James Island's mayoral race Tuesday, according to unofficial results.

McDonald's could be liable for labor practices

2014 July 29 - 18:13

NEW YORK - McDonald's is finding itself under intensifying pressure for the pay and other labor practices at its U.S. restaurants.

Unity between residents, law enforcement needed to combat Lowcountry violence, authorities say

2014 July 29 - 18:04

With area law enforcement and community leaders by his side, Elder James Johnson on Tuesday urged the public to partner with local authorities to take a stance against crime.

Spartanburg man gets year in prison for gambling ring that ensnared sheriff's deputies

2014 July 29 - 18:03

SPARTANBURG, S.C. - The lawyer for a man sentenced to a year in prison for running a gambling operation says his client bought one Greenville County deputy a truck and paid for his children's church activities, and bought another deputy furniture for

South Carolina military boosters start Fort Jackson campaign

2014 July 29 - 18:02

COLUMBIA, S.C. - Military boosters in South Carolina are starting a letter writing campaign to show community support for Fort Jackson in hopes of avoiding cuts or closures at the base.

Shark caught off Folly Beach draws a crowd

2014 July 29 - 17:52

A 4- to 5-foot shark caused quite a stir on Folly Beach Tuesday afternoon.

Reasons to appreciate okra, or at least its story, and ways to use it

2014 July 29 - 17:33

'Folks love okra or they hate it," Virginia Willis writes in the introduction to her cookbook "Okra," an entry in The University of North Carolina's estimable Savor the South series. "No one - veritably no one - is in the middle."

Cru Cafe chef Zucker rises to challenge with Benne Seed Okra Salad

2014 July 29 - 17:33

John Zucker of Cru Cafe didn't grow up with okra. "Growing up in California, I can honestly say I had never seen okra, and my grandfather was in wholesale produce for 70 years," he says.

Virginia Willis' 'Okra' cookbook serves up 50 recipes to make you a believer

2014 July 29 - 17:31

'I love okra. ... I will cajole, entice, and seduce doubters into becoming believers. I rejoice in converting people to the joys of cooking, eating, and savoring okra. I'm an okra missionary," author Virginia Willis writes lovingly about the prickly pods.

Charleston County Sheriff's Office releases photos of men they say tried to rob Marine

2014 July 29 - 17:28

The Charleston County Sheriff's Office has released photos of two men they say tried to rob a Marine veteran after following him home from a convenience store last week.

La Marseillaise marches on as refreshing summer cocktail at Fish restaurant

2014 July 29 - 17:25

La Marseillaise was the signature cocktail of this year's Bastille Day celebration at Fish Restaurant. The drink features Grey Goose Le Melon vodka flavored with the honey-sweet bouquet of the Cavaillon melon from the south of France. The Fish mixology

Fitness trainer David Drake focused on eating healthy

2014 July 29 - 17:23

I start every morning with 16 ounces of water. That's critical. Then I did three organic eggs, over easy. I had half an avocado and a cup of blueberries. And a cup of coffee. I do that with half-and-half and one teaspoon of sugar.

Keeping fruits and vegetables out of the cafeteria trash can

2014 July 29 - 17:20

When a child's favorite item in the school cafeteria is a processed chicken ring, it's hard for a food service worker to persuade him or her to switch to a bowlful of spinach. Unless, Culinary Institute of Charleston chef Miles Huff maintains, the

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