A woman employed by a fast food restaurant at Charleston International Airport was arrested Nov. 30 after airport security found a stolen pistol in her handbag.
"I see this as an incredibly difficult decision with many more questions than answers," said panel chair Dr. Lindsey Baden of Harvard Medical School, who voted in favor of the drug. He said FDA would have to carefully tailor the drug's use for patients who stand to benefit most.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The suburban Minneapolis police officer who shot Daunte Wright will testify at her trial, her attorney said Tuesday as jury selection began with potential panelists questioned closely about their attitudes on policing, protests and the Black Lives Matter movement.
BETHLEHEM, West Bank — Ahead of Christmas, a towering wooden screen – once blackened with soot from millions of worshippers' candles – is being restored to its gilded glory in the Church of the Nativity, built at the site where many believe Jesus was born.
Democrat Phil Noble's campaign illegally spent nearly $3,660 on personal expenses — including on Netflix, Hulu, food, and gas — withdrew $2,000 in cash from ATMs, did not file three campaign statements on time, and failed to provide details about 92 donors
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The federal civil rights trial of the four former Minneapolis police officers indicted in the killing of George Floyd is on track to begin in January, according to a judge's letter.
The number of vacant teacher positions in South Carolina has increased by 88 percent in the last two school years, and by 50 percent compared to last year, according to a report released by the Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention, and Advancement.
Askari Rashad Dash is charged with murder and two firearm offenses on allegations he fatally shot Dewayne White outside the Atlantis Restaurant and Lounge, records show.
“My housekeeper has fallen and her head is bleeding,” Maggie Murdaugh told the 911 operator shortly before 9:30 a.m. “I cannot get her up.”
Entrepreneur Martin Sprock has twice attempted to get plans approved for a waterfront house south of Broad but faced opposition from neighborhood groups and preservationists. The city of Charleston plans to step in and buy his land instead.
A 15-year-old sophomore opened fire at his Michigan high school on Tuesday, killing three students and wounding six other people, including a teacher, authorities said.
Chair Jerome Powell said Tuesday that the Federal Reserve will consider acting more quickly to dial back its ultra-low-interest rate policies to counter higher inflation, which Powell acknowledged will likely persist well into next year.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit heard arguments from lawyers for former President Trump and the House committee seeking the records as part of its investigation into the Capitol riot. Trump's attorneys want the court to reverse a federal judge's ruling allowing the National Archives and Records Administration to turn over the records after Biden waived executive privilege.
The city of Charleston's housing authority is hoping to build affordable housing for people with low to moderate incomes on the upper peninsula plot.
Economic powerhouses Japan and France reported their first cases of the omicron variant Tuesday, while new findings indicated the mutant coronavirus had already slipped into Europe close to a week before South Africa sounded the alarm.
The comment started a Twitter feud between Greene and Mace, taking over their respective feeds for the majority of the day.
South Carolina's major research universities have told all employees who come in contact with federal contractors they must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4.
The S.C. Libertarian Party has announced an addition to its party platform that backs anyone being able to "dissociate from the Union of the United States, if necessary."
National Park Service grants have helped kickstart an effort to renovate the Pine Tree Hotel and Island Breeze Restaurant on a historic spit of land that's part of the Sol Legare community.
Erica is a client of the Charleston Leadership Foundation. When her sister died suddenly of a heart attack last year, she immediately took in her sister’s three children, which, in addition to her own kids, made her responsible for five children as a single parent.
Dorchester County public safety leaders are developing the county's first ever strategic plan for public safety. With it, they are also calling for the public's input in a community survey.
Beaufort County and the state of South Carolina have granted some development permits for a villa on Bay Point Island, where the county struck down an ecotourism resort proposal last fall.
Prosecutors asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review the ruling that overturned Bill Cosby's sexual assault conviction, arguing in a petition Monday that a dangerous precedent could be set if press releases are treated as immunity agreements.
Health experts in South Carolina say the rise of the omicron variant, which was deemed a variant of concern by the World Health Organization Nov. 26, is not a reason to panic. Rather, it's a sign for residents to remain vigilant by wearing masks indoors and getting vaccinated against the virus.
All participants showed a willingness to listen to the positions and "sensibilities" of the new Iranian delegation, Mora said. At the same time, Tehran's team made clear it wanted to engage in "serious work" to bring the accord back to life, he said.
Proposed new lines for South Carolina's congressional districts seem to be drawn along racial and party lines, with the goal of keeping the state's only competitive U.S. House seat in Republican control, critics told a state Senate panel.
Speaking Monday at the White House, Biden said it was inevitable that the new variant would reach the U.S., but he also said the country has the tools necessary to protect Americans — particularly the approved vaccines and booster shots. When omicron arrives, and it will, Biden said, America will "face this new threat just as we've faced those that have come before it."
South Carolina’s health agency reported more than 2,800 new COVID-19 cases and 59 new deaths related to the virus in a five-day period that included the Thanksgiving holiday.
Lee Elder, who broke down racial barriers as the first Black golfer to play in the Masters and paved the way for Tiger Woods and others to follow, has died at the age of 87.
The assessment from the U.N. health agency, contained in a technical paper issued to member states, amounted to WHO's strongest, most explicit warning yet about the new version that was first identified days ago by researchers in South Africa.
State Rep. Weston Newton, R-Bluffton, has been hospitalized since the incident inside a box reserved for University of South Carolina trustees and their guests.
Jon Whitley's arrest comes four weeks after Stefan Mrgan died inside Coastal Firearms, a gun store off Clements Ferry and Cainhoy roads.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 6 million to 12 million lice infestations occur each year among children 3 to 11 years old.
It's long been the tradition of some to paint graffiti on the granite face of Bald Rock — artistic visions, expressions of love, vulgarity. A new nonprofit is cleaning up, and hopes to change old habits.
Sammy lost his vision during the COVID-19 pandemic due to complications from a medical procedure and came to the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired South Carolina for help.
Whether the redevelopment of the former Piggly Wiggly site, which is slated to house 60,000 square feet of civic, office and retail space, will turn the tide for West Ashley or sit on an island in the sprawl, is up for debate.
The South Carolina Historical Society has developed a self-guided mill tour app. A package that includes a booklet, app access and a video can be purchased on its website.
The Columbia-based charity is addressing a lack of diversity among South Carolina nonprofits. The sector, which historically is mostly White, both in management positions and on boards, is especially lacking African American males.
Pollsters have begun testing the South Carolina Senator’s viability as Trump’s running mate. Those around him aren’t exactly downplaying the idea.
In 2020, South Carolina ranked 43rd in disability employment according to RespectAbility, a national nonprofit that advocates for people with disabilities.
The fund was established in 1927 by Thomas P. Lesesne, former managing editor of The News and Courier. Since its founding, Good Cheer has raised more than $10 million to feed the hungry, tend to the sick and house those without shelter.
Alex Murdaugh, the once-respected Hampton County lawyer whose family long held great influence in the southern tip of South Carolina, is almost certainly going to prison for stealing millions of dollars from his law partners and clients. But there is still much left to unravel about how Murdaugh made off with the money, where it went and who was victimized, even after state prosecutors slapped the disgraced attorney with 27 new charges earlier this month.