Prince Harry and wife Meghan will no longer use the titles "royal highness" or receive public funds for their work under a deal that lets the couple step aside as working royals, Buckingham Palace announced Saturday.
Thousands gathered in cities across the country Saturday as part of the nationwide Women's March rallies focused on issues such as climate change, pay equity, reproductive rights and immigration.
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John Q. Kelly, a high-profile attorney from New York has been hired to investigate the death of Kadie Major. He has made headlines for representing the estate of Nicole Brown Simpson against O.J. Simpson and the family of Natalee Holloway.
The Wedge, a deteriorating 1,500-acre plantation in the heart of the Santee Delta, has been taken off the market while its owner, the University of South Carolina, decides what to do with the historic property.
As one of the first game wardens in South Carolina history, Pressley Reeves was a hated man in the Dorchester countryside for keeping poachers from killing too many animals and fish trappers from raiding the Edisto River. It was no surprise that he ended up killed in cold blood.
Charleston, already at the top of many national lists, now ranks in the top 11 places in the U.S. to settle down after getting married. Columbia comes in at No. 5.
Dominion Energy suspended a plan to cut down nearly 250 palmetto trees on Sullivan's Island after outcry from residents and town officials.
The Trump administration on Friday proposed rolling back nutrition guidelines for school meals that had been promoted by Michelle Obama as part of her campaign to combat child obesity.
Columbia's 5G future is coming. Wireless companies want residents prepared, as do those who worry about health effects of the technology.
Charleston’s annual parade honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will close several downtown roads Monday morning as participants travel down King Street.
Boeing is working to fix a newly discovered problem with software powering up on the 737 Max, adding to the list of tasks the aircraft maker faces to get the grounded plane back in the air.
The health of a recently purchased dog led deputies to a property earlier in the week where the 272 animals were being kept, Sheriff Don Reynolds said.
A Columbia-area call center is looking for 780 people to handle phones for several months as part of the 2020 Census.
The Supreme Court to decide whether Electoral College voters are required to support presidential candidate who wins state.
Seven sitting USC trustees are up for re-election this year and could face a vote in the General Assembly before lawmakers approve a bill reshaping the board.
The historic Babcock building, the linchpin of the redevelopment of the former Department of Mental Health campus in Columbia, has been turned over to a private developer.
A 16-year-old boy was found dead in a car Friday at Cane Bay High School after suffering what authorities described as "a medical emergency."
The lawsuit alleges the contractors illegally handed out those bonuses to workers who never actually relocated for the nuclear project near Aiken.
People registering to vote in South Carolina will no longer have to put their full Social Security number on the application.
But as the thermometer hit 75, rumors surfaced that the town — where costs are rising faster than revenue, and the mercury — didn’t need any snowplows.
In a bid to solidify his evangelical base, President Donald Trump vowed to protect prayer in public schools and took new steps to give religious organizations easier access to federal programs.
The FBI is asking for the public's help in finding a convicted gang member from New York who is reported to be in the Charleston area.
Vendr includes actor and investor Ashton Kutcher among its early financial backers. It helps other businesses manage their software purchases and renewals.
A government committee asked to review U.S. approval of new passenger planes after two deadly crashes involving the Boeing 737 Max has found that the system is safe and effective but could be improved.
South Carolina intends to spring forward an hour and not fall back under a bill Gov. Henry McMaster says he'll sign. But Capitol Hill has the final say.
A search team found the calf and mother whale offshore near the Georgia-Florida border late Wednesday and a veterinarian used an air gun to deliver antibiotics. The calf has been cut through the lip, apparently by a boat propeller.
Construction delays on the new Savannah Highway Fire Station, next to the memorial for the nine firefighters who died battling the June 2007 Sofa Super Store fire, mean the new station may open as late as May, city staffers said.
Colin Martin had been Summerville's town administrator, tasked with the day-to-day operations of running the town, since April 2016.
The walls at Fort Sumter, a historic site and tourist attraction in Charleston Harbor, have become "wavy" as pounding seas and poorly placed reinforcing rocks scrape at the exterior.
Enough of the mosquitoes will die that Charleston County Mosquito Control hasn't sprayed, expecting the cold to do the job. And the swarming bees will just return to their hive when it gets cold again. Temperatures start to plunge Friday.
Another 200 positions have already been eliminated through attrition, cutting 527 jobs from the hospital system's 32,000 person workforce.
Dominion Energy plans to remove nearly 250 Palmetto trees on Sullivan's Island. The utility said the trees threaten power lines.
Ukrainian police said Thursday they have opened an investigation into the possibility that the U.S. ambassador came under illegal surveillance by an unknown party before she was recalled from her post in May.
From their keyboards an ocean away, the trolls like and retweet your anger, amplifying it. They can do this because they’re your Facebook friends or Twitter followers, not your enemies.
The U.S. Senate opened the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump on Thursday, with House Democrats reading the formal charges in the chamber ahead of the swearing in of all 100 senators as jurors for only the third trial to remove a president in U.S. history.
Officers confiscated a gun and more than a dozen rounds of ammunition a 13-year-old boy brought to Haut Gap Middle School on Johns Island, police said.
Columbia’s newest downtown hotel is now open. Another hotel developer is breaking ground near Lexington Medical Center. And Lexington is expected to see its first hotel in the city center this summer.
A two-legged goat named Toby is indirectly responsible for an all-vegan cocktail lounge slated to open on upper King Street this spring.
Maybe I’m getting a little older and the immune system just ain’t what it used to be, but "dog bite" (as my grandfather used to say) if this hasn’t been about the worst non-influenza respiratory bug season in recent memory. (The flu has been pretty bad too, by the way.) Just about everybody …