A bank robbery suspect who led authorities on a chase from Georgetown County into Charleston County Friday night was shot by a deputy south of McClellanville.
Julian Smith III, credited with making the Cooper River Bridge Run one of the largest running races in the country, died Friday after a battle with brain cancer. He was 67.
Most popular today
The Pentagon released a list of potential military construction funds that could be cut from around world to help create the wall on the Mexican-American border. It included $291 million worth of cuts at Parris Island, Shaw Air Force Base, Fort Jackson and Joint Air Force Base Charleston.
Berkeley County has promised to provide RePower South at least 120,000 tons of their waste every year, and an estimated 72,000 tons would be diverted from the landfill. But some of it also used as a fuel product for coal-burning companies like cement plants, paper mills and utility companies.
Charleston County will prohibit businesses from using plastic carry-out bags, plastic straws, and foam take-out containers — if the state doesn't first ban such bans.
The city of North Charleston is asking for more public input as it lays out a plan that will outline the city's vision for the next decade.
State Rep. Lin Bennett, a Charleston Republican, says she found that QAnon was bogus after posting several comments supporting the controversial conspiracy theory that believes major Democrats and celebrities run a child-sex ring.
The Charleston RiverDogs' idea of a balloon night at a baseball game this summer didn't fly with conservationists concerned about turtles and other marine life.
A Summerville police lieutenant was suspended Friday after authorities said he forced his way into a woman's residence.
A Goose Creek man convicted of sexually assaulting an elderly woman in 2017 and later trying to hire a hit man to kill her was sentenced to 80 years in prison Thursday.
Dominion Energy is offering early retirement buyouts to one in four of all SCANA employees less than three months after completing its purchase of S.C. Electric & Gas' parent.
A annexation is in the works for Edisto Beach State Park to become part of Edisto Beach For park visitors, the big advantage would be when there's trouble or a medical emergency.
Ron Davis of Docutainment Films is producing a new documentary on Dawn Langley Simmons, a Charleston resident who was one of the first to undergo gender reassignment surgery in the nation in 1968.
In the wake of hate-motivated shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand last week, Charleston's religious and community leaders have a message: Embrace your humanity.
South Carolina teachers packed a hearing Thursday evening to hammer home a few key points to a panel of state senators: Pay teachers more. Shrink classroom sizes. Raise property taxes.
Getting a haircut, oil change or eye exam in South Carolina could cost more, while a clothes shopping spree might take a little less out of your wallet under a proposal that lowers the state's overall sales tax.
Recent incidents at Charleston-area shopping malls have left some residents on edge and wondering if these and other public spaces are safe, but the violence may not be happening as often as is perceived.
Shannon Kohn, of Summerville, is one of 10 finalists competing in the Lodge National Cornbread Cook-Off, to be held April 27 during the National Cornbread Festival in South Pittsburg, Tennessee.
This month's grounding of Boeing Co.'s 737 MAX aircraft has put a focus on the aerospace giant's role in helping to certify its own work, but concerns that the Federal Aviation Administration has delegated too much authority to the private sector have been raised for years.
New misconduct charges this week against suspended-Greenville County Sheriff Will Lewis add to mounting evidence that the state's system of monitoring sheriffs is broken, government watchdogs and some lawmakers say.
At 10 a.m. Saturday, a program commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Charleston Hospital Strike will be held inside Charity Missionary Baptist Church in North Charleston.
With Columbia hosting games for college basketball's biggest annual event this weekend, advocates have hung anti-human trafficking posters inside Colonial Life Arena.
Following the accidental release of 10 state inmates, S.C. Department of Corrections officials went before lawmakers Thursday to hash out ways to eliminate inaccuracies in coding that led to the error.
The Charleston County Coroner's Office said Elizabeth D. Germany, 41, died of a gunshot wound. Her body was later found along a dirt road in Adams Run.
A proposal introduced Thursday in the South Carolina House ensures the Legislature maintains control of selling Santee Cooper
Eight people have applied for a vacant seat on the Charleston County School Board, including some familiar names from school district politics. The legislative delegation will interview the candidates Monday and possibly make their selection, to be approved by the governor.
For 30 years, Shannon's Hope Camp has helped children who've experienced the death of a loved one learn healthy coping skills, bond with other youth who can understand their pain, and have fun on the beach in an overnight getaway.
The stumps in student unions are an early indication of the importance of young voters in Beto O'Rourke's presidential prospects, and how hard his campaign is angling to get him in front of collegiate crowds.
The nationally renowned burger at Little Jack’s Tavern has been restored to its rightful place on the Upper King Street restaurant’s menu.
As luck would have it, I was the recipient of a good and privileged education. It could have been and probably should have been even better, but there were some obstacles that went by the names of lazy, unmotivated and distracted.
An overwhelming majority of South Carolinians — both Republicans and Democrats — support legislation requiring background checks be completed before a person can be sold a gun.
Columbia is ready to turn its big basketball moment into a statement with more than 25,000 people expected to take advantage of concerts, fan fests and parties.
According to her research, Olivia Elder is the first person of Gullah descent to be chosen as the South Carolina Cherry Blossom Princess.
Duke Energy's two electric utilities in South Carolina want to charge their customers a combined $225 million more per year to cover the cost of infrastructure improvements, new power plants, the environmental cleanup of coal ash and a nuclear project that never got off the ground.
A shift in the wind kept Charleston streets and other low-lying spots from flooding this week, although water pooled in spots at high tide.
New efforts to outlaw local bans on plastic bags and other single-use containers has reopened a passionate discussion between the plastic industry and state legislators who have championed such prohibitions, mostly in coastal regions.
Medical marijuana supporters amended a legislative proposal Wednesday to appease concerns of South Carolina medical and law enforcement leaders, but any efforts will likely fall short unless the federal government steps in.
Legislation introduced Wednesday would task Gov. Henry McMaster with selling South Carolina's only state-owned utility, taking the decision out of the Legislature's control
These all-women music collectives in Charleston have been working to break the stereotypes and support inclusion and diversity.