A rushed process, judicial overreach, essential evidence ignored — a recently filed court brief by attorneys representing convicted murderer Dylann Roof raises several questions about his conviction and death sentence for killing nine worshippers at Charleston's Emanuel AME Church in 2015. 

Goose Creek High School’s enrollment hovers around nearly 2,000 this year. The Berkeley County school has a mix of civilian and military families due to its proximity to the Naval Weapons Station and Joint Base Charleston.

The crowd was smaller, but the tears still flowed and the songs still resonated. A few hundred people walked down Calhoun Street Saturday morning singing “Amazing Grace” and stopping at the now-iconic white church along their path to pray as Emanuel AME Church's bells tolled for the nine peo…

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