The all-black e-carriage has four rows of seats and can seat up to 18 passengers, Kelly said. The wheels are made of wood, like they would be on a traditional carriage. Kelly said he wanted it to "fit right in" with Charleston's Historic District. Read more
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Hilton Head Headlines
Electric cars, bikes, scooters, and other plug-in vehicles on the Island raise questions: Where should they be allowed, how fast can they go, and how will hotels and condos accommodate them?
Al Roker and his co-hosts chatted golf and turtles from a luxury Vrbo beach home in Sea Pines Resort. But tourism on the island is already up.
IN HONOR OF THOSE WHO SERVED
Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Tom Rew turned 100 on March 18. The veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam still regularly plays racquetball with his middle son, who's also a retired Air Force veteran. Read more
Two men, Kyle Carpenter and Thomas Patrick Payne, are living Medal of Honor recipients from Batesburg-Leesville. Here's how their time in rural South Carolina influenced their lives. Read more
An estimated 25 South Carolina residents died in the Dec. 7, 1941, attack, and eight of those deaths were on the battleship Arizona. Read more
It was the largest battle in the Army's history, with more than 600,000 soldiers taking to the frigid forests to fight. More than 80,000 Americans died, equating to 10 percent of all U.S. casualties in World War II. Read more