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ALL THE CRABS
One Charleston crabber anticipates the soft-shell crab season will be over shortly after March turns to April. That means the sprint to put soft-shell crabs on Charleston restaurant menus is well underway.
The inaugural North Charleston Blue Crab Festival will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on April 22 at the Jenkins Youth and Family Village off of Azalea Drive.
CELEBRATION FOR CARLOS DUNLAP
Former Fort Dorchester High School star Carlos Dunlap helped lead the Kansas City Chiefs to a 38-36 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII.
With the women's NCAA tournament down to 16 teams and several potential obstacles out of the way, South Carolina has become an even more overwhelming favorite to win a second straight national championship in the eyes of oddsmakers.
South Carolina's superior bench is soaking up knowledge during this year's NCAA Tournament run, preparing to take over for the departing senior class.
RARE PLANT IN DANGER
South Carolina is home to the dwarf-flowered heartleaf, one of the rarest and most vulnerable plants on earth. Even so, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is trying to strip away its endangered species protections. Conservation groups are suing for documents that could explain why this is happening. Read moreFeds want to toss SC plant from 'threatened' list. FOIA docs show politics at play.
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South Carolina cut down the nets last season behind her standout performances. This year? The Gamecocks star is using her photographic memory for the game to outwit defenses. Read moreYou Can Triple-Team Aliyah Boston—But You Can’t Shut Down Her Brain
Victaria Saxton's tenure at South Carolina may be ending, but her steadiness and quiet perseverance will forever remain as an example of how to approach the game. Read moreGamecocks looking to give their 'mother hen' one last championship ride
Point guard Raven Johnson is improving game-by-game as one of the Gamecocks' main weapons off the bench. Read moreGamecocks' Raven Johnson soars into starring role after lost season
Kierra Fletcher last week contributed two strong performances to the Gamecocks' run to the SEC regular-season championship. Read moreGamecocks' Kierra Fletcher embracing pressure for nation's No. 1 team