A man accused of shooting a Charleston police officer during a foot chase in West Ashley five years ago will spend life in prison after a jury convicted him of attempted murder.
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Dorchester County sheriff's deputies have arrested a suspect in connection with a homicide earlier this month.
A New Orleans man was indicted on Thursday for the February shooting death of Charleston Black Lives Matter activist Muhiyidin Moye.
A group of Denmark residents is alleging that the small South Carolina town has used an unapproved chemical to treat drinking water for the last decade. Attorneys filed a class action lawsuit, which included three plaintiffs upon filing, late Thursday afternoon.
Three candidates seeking the job of president at the College of Charleston took turns establishing their liberal-arts bona fides during campus visits this week.
Berkeley County School's former CFO not only stole from the district but also took money from a family friend who gave him a job while he was out on bail, according to indictments issued Wednesday.
A Folly Beach police sergeant who was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, left the scene or a prior crash and was in possession of another person's prescription medication at the time of his arrest.
The second man slated to go to trial in connection with the 2016 death of a North Charleston bartender pleaded guilty Thursday to his role in the slaying.
Mount Pleasant Town Council this week voted for staff to move ahead "with due diligence" negotiating on the sought-after Wando shrimp boat dock on Shem Creek.
The area of Interstate 526 between the Don Holt Bridge and Interstate 26 has not had working lights for nearly five years.
Unlike some other states, physicians in South Carolina are not required to report individual cases of acute flaccid myelitis to the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control, opening the possibility that there could be more.
Frank Ford III’s recent accomplishments at the Country Club of Charleston include — at age 66 — winning both the senior and regular club championships,
Nearly five years after suspending its annual Dining with Friends fundraiser, Palmetto Community Care this January is bringing back its popular dinner party program.
Several weeks after a private airplane with five people on board took off from Andrews and went missing over the Atlantic Ocean, not much is known about the chain of events that led up to the presumed crash.
U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy downplayed speculation Wednesday that he could be the next attorney general, saying he would be willing to take a call from President Donald Trump but still plans to leave national politics.
Constant student testing and abysmally low pay are preventing teachers from helping their students, educators told state senators Wednesday.
An attorney hired by SCANA Corp. took the blame for deleting key portions of an audit about the company's failed South Carolina nuclear project.
Police have arrested a man who they said fatally shot two others early Wednesday in Moncks Corner, but the suspect is being held on only a minor charge.
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Officials with the S.C. Department of Corrections are investigating the death of an inmate at a maximum security prison in Dorchester County.
After Supervisor Bill Peagler put Deputy Supervisor Tim Callanan on paid leave and gave him $49,900 severance pay, County Council voted to fire Callanan immediately and ask for a SLED investigation.
Ahead of being sworn in Wednesday as a S.C. Senator, Dick Harpootlian said he'll approach his new job differently than how he handled his post as S.C. Democratic chair.
Legislators on Tuesday approved how they'll evaluate potential bids to buy Santee Cooper, giving the highest priority to an offer's impact on electricity rates.
Phil Chambers, who was a senior advisor on James Smith's campaign for governor and the chief of staff to S.C. Democratic Party chairman Trav Robertson, started working Monday in a leadership role at Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's Democratic Victory Fund.
During the worst of Hurricane Florence, the Great Pee Dee River dumped more than a half-million gallons of water — enough to fill a 5-foot-deep swimming pool the size of a football field — every single second.
Juul Labs Inc., the maker of a hot-selling vaping device that is increasingly popular with teens, will stop selling most flavored e-cigarettes in retail stores.
Some legislators say returning to paper ballots may be the solution for eliminating lines and ensuring all votes are counted correctly
Inaccurate data from a student survey has derailed the process for releasing new state report cards for schools across South Carolina, Education Superintendent Molly Spearman said.
Outgoing U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford analyzes why Katie Arrington and the Republican Party fumbled away South Carolina's 1st Congressional District last week.
David Pearson, the NASCAR pioneer known as "The Silver Fox" for his cunning craft and a longtime rivalry with Richard Petty, has died. He was 83.
The two newest members of the South Carolina delegation have arrived in the nation's capital, where early jockeying for influence is already getting underway as incoming lawmakers begin congressional orientation.
"I'm leaving for D.C. in the morning. I've got stuff to take care of. I ain't leaving. I'm staying around, but I've got stuff to take care of," Katie Arrington told the Charleston County Republican Party.
Just in time for colder weather, The Royal Tern is on the cusp of igniting its wood-fired grill and opening for business. Partner John Williams says the Johns Island seafood restaurant should start serving by the end of the month.
The city of Charleston wants to raise the minimum wage from $11.50 to $12 an hour next year in hopes of stemming the high turnover rate of 18 percent.