Neuroradiologist testifies Timothy Jones Jr. has "moderate if not severe" traumatic brain injury. But, he noted, "it's possible for someone with brain abnormalities to be relatively normal."
A 26-year-old Summerville man was in custody Wednesday after he reportedly broke into a Berkeley County home and fatally stabbed another man.
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For the month of May, the district is thanking its teachers with six billboards across the Charleston area at a combined cost of $33,650.
As the small-arms fire increased on their exposed position, Nelson shielded the injured body of Specialist Chuck Counts, placing himself on top of the 18-year-old while forming a human shield.
The South Carolina city of Simpsonville and its police department are accused of allowing the destruction of DNA evidence in a decades old rape and slaying case.
A popular crowdfunding website for musicians that launched a decade ago is headed for bankruptcy, leaving thousands of artists still waiting for money that they might never get.
More than a hundred people attended the Tuesday night event hosted by the Sophia Institute where Brown, along with Andrew Savage, Brown’s co-sponsor at the Rifle Club meeting, spoke about what can be done to combat discrimination and weighed in on other issues stemming to the area's extensive ties to slavery, including the existence of Confederate-related monuments.
A brewing battle over renewing liquor licenses in Columbia could create new hurdles for bars to meet statewide if they want to keep selling martinis, margaritas and shots of whiskey.
Dispose of old prescription drugs at the free "Drug Take Back," hosted by the Charleston Police Department and Roper St. Francis Healthcare.
Amid a growing wave of legislation across the country restricting access to abortions, hundreds of abortion rights supporters rallied Tuesday outside the South Carolina Statehouse as part of a nationwide effort to push back.
At the height of Pappy Van Winkle mania, bourbon obsessives made an astounding discovery: The whiskey in bottles marked W.L. Weller 12 Year wasn’t all that different from the hard-to-get stuff.
Prison officers' testimony indicates Timothy Jones Jr. strangled all five of his children, seeming to dispute Jones' confession in which he repeatedly insisted his 6-year-old died by accident from physical exhaustion
The S.C. Legislature will determine the fate of Santee Cooper and plot the future for hundreds of thousands of electric customers by the middle of next year.
It has been almost 20 years since surveyors realized that 2,900 acres of land in Dorchester County actually belonged in Berkeley County because of a late 19th century mapping error.
South Carolina Democrats on Tuesday announced 14 of the 23 Democratic presidential hopefuls will speak at their party convention next month in Columbia.
With education reform on the forefront, this year's spending plan focused heavily on students, teachers and schools.
A federal prosecutor suggested a suspended sheriff in South Carolina has tried to intimidate former deputies from cooperating with investigators that continue to look into corruption charges.
Q: Do you have something against Danny Bailey of DB’s Cheesesteaks in West Ashley? He’s won City Paper awards for years, and his sandwich is much better than Yous Guys. Strange omission: You spent a lot of ink in that article. IMO it was a grand omission to then leave him out.
For the animal caretakers who took custody of the cats, this episode is the latest in a number of high-profile apparent hoarding incidents in recent years that have endangered numerous animals.
A few Charleston's mayoral candidates met Tuesday for the first of what likely will be many panel discussions and debates to come before the Nov. 5 election.
U.S. Rep. Joe Cunningham, D-Charleston, is pushing legislation to address the chronic flooding that plagues downtown Charleston's medical district.
Julianna Weninger has a rare condition called Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. It's an inherited connective tissue disorder that affects her joints, skin, bones, organs, tissue and blood vessels.
In less than a month since its creation, the task force leading the charge on slowing the expansion of hotel development in Charleston pitched an ordinance change that would give the city's Board of Zoning Appeals more teeth when faced with developers who stray from approved plans.
The walls and ceiling inside the Charleston Library Society are crumbling, but the society has embarked on a $5 million job to fix them and much more inside the South's oldest surviving cultural institution. Ultimately, its leaders hope to become a fixture on national book tours.
Ep. 5: South Carolina's population has been growing steadily for years. In this episode, we look at why and how the state has changed.
Friends and former colleagues of Louis Osteen, who died Sunday at 77, agree that the chef’s vision and active mind contributed mightily to his work promoting Southern cuisine and establishing Charleston as a locus for it. But when they remember the man, they also think of his extraordinary palate and grasp of technique, as well as his efforts to bring together Southerners who could claim the same.
Academic Magnet High School in North Charleston recently topped a list of public schools. How did it get there, and what does it mean?
A prosecutor said Monday that a black man charged with fatally shooting a woman and wounding seven people at a Nashville church aimed to kill at least 10 white churchgoers and cited a 2015 massacre at a black church in South Carolina.
The lawsuit draws parallels to a pair of 737 crashes in the early 1990s and argues the Federal Aviation Administration long ago relinquished most of its oversight of Boeing, allowing the manufacturer to inspect and certify its own planes.
Ford revealed details of its long-awaited restructuring plan Monday as it prepared for a future of electric and autonomous vehicles by parting ways with 7,000 white-collar workers worldwide, about 10 percent of its global salaried workforce.
DeBordieu Colony, a wealthy enclave in Georgetown County, has tried several workarounds to reconstruct a timber bulkhead built in 1982, but its efforts have been beaten back by challenges from environmentalists.
"My babies. My babies. Oh god. I'm so sorry," Kyzer said, as the judge halted the trial and members of the jury exited the courtroom past her. "I miss my babies. I want my babies. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry."
"They are my babies. They should still be here," she screamed as she was pulled from the witness stand and shepherded out of the room.
A South Carolina state lawmaker apologized Monday in a closed-door meeting of House Republicans for distributing anti-abortion materials that a colleague felt targeted her after she shared her personal story of being raped as a teenager.
To help get WestEdge's newest building under way, the city of Charleston agreed to lease 8,000 square feet for up to five years — but the deal is getting new scrutiny amid this year's mayoral race.
The University of South Carolina has touted its success in research and the winning of patents, where it ranks in the world top 100. Some worry that with corporate partners also comes undue influence over what research gets completed and published.
The former Texas congressman has added a slew of a new staffers to his South Carolina campaign team, making him one of just a handful candidates in the crowded 2020 Democratic presidential primary field to have a substantial on-the-ground presence in the critical early primary state.
Melvin Brown, who was refused membership into the private club at a meeting, and Andrew Savage, Brown’s co-sponsor at the meeting, will participate in The Social Justice Racial Equity Collaborative’s Living Your Truth series Tuesday.
Charleston County lays out options for improving traffic at Highway 17 and Main Road, costing potentially $195 million.