Episode 1: Tony Bartelme talks about how sheriffs in S.C. spend thousands of dollars of taxpayer money on first-class flights, "party sheds" and even $10,000 at a single Golden Corral since 2015.
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An overturned tractor-trailer that sprawled across two lanes of traffic slowed the pace for hours Monday along westbound Interstate 26.
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Amanda Cunningham is navigating the new normal as a mother, the wife of a congressman, and as a 34-year-old whose life was thrust into the public eye when her husband's surprise win stunned the nation.
Two more sizable scenic tracts are being put under conservation easement and open to the public, as trusts and other protection groups put more emphasis on giving people access in the rapidly developing Charleston metro region.
A national poll once found that more Americans could name the Three Stooges than the three branches of government.
A little-known mechanism at the S.C. Department of Revenue called the Setoff Debt Program allows select hospitals to collect citizens' tax refunds to pay past-due medical bills if they can show ties to state or county governments. Those ties are often tenuous.
The answers were supposed to come on Friday, finally putting an end to rumors and speculation circulating around Colleton County weeks after the death of 10-year-old Raniya Wright.
Spoleto Festival USA announced a set of pre-festival "salons," or informal discussions with participants about what goes on behind the scenes.
The National Weather Service's Columbia office confirmed at least two tornados touched down as a series of powerful thunderstorms moved across South Carolina Friday.
Boeing Co. on Saturday fired back at a news report that said shoddy production at the aerospace giant's 787 Dreamliner campus in North Charleston is compromising safety, calling the story "skewed and inaccurate."
While the Easter story offers hope, power and inspiration for worshippers, some sermons coming from church pulpits Sunday will discuss the resurrection in light of recent tragedies and societal issues.
The Lowcountry Land Trust will hold its annual fundraiser at a privately owned plantation property along the Combahee River that's rarely open to the public.
Aliens, as some researchers call invasive species, are a leading cause of the extinction of native plants and animals around the world. They are becoming more of a threat to plants and wildlife in South Carolina.
A series of strong thunderstorms toppled trees and cut off power to thousands in South Carolina on Friday after a weather system moved rapidly across the state.
Many preservation experts in Charleston looked on with a sinking feeling last weeks as flames ripped through the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris. And they know the challenges that lie ahead.
Several Charleston area churches, many which reside in low income areas, are on the front lines in addressing poverty through food banks, financial assistance, affordable housing, clothing and health care initiatives.
Repair work is continuing on a major overpass of Interstate 26 in Berkeley County that was damaged earlier this month when a tractor-trailer crashed into it.
Three weeks after a brewery and pizzeria opened on Stuart Street downtown, it got the go ahead on Friday to serve beer.
Nine South Carolina senators want to review millions of dollars in economic incentives handed out to businesses in the state following a dispute over proposed tax benefits to lure the Carolina Panthers' headquarters and practice facility to the state.
Ishraq Haque, a sophomore at Academic High School in North Charleston, didn't just win two science fair competitions, his entry (an arsenic filtration system for low-income Bangladesh families) is being used by some of those families.
The 19-year-old man killed in an early morning wreck in Mount Pleasant was driving an estimated 30 mph over the speed limit, authorities said.
An introductory art showcase in North Charleston will feature some of the Lowcountry's talented black artists in a variety of mediums.
Nikki Haley, President Donald Trump's former United Nations ambassador and South Carolina's former governor, heads to her hometown next week to visit an after-school program.
Officials said Raniya Wright’s death was explainable and clear: There was no bullying and no evidence that the classroom fight caused the fifth-grader’s death. And there will be no criminal charges.
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As the city of Charleston's $22.8 million lawsuit against the Charleston LDC moves forward, city supporters within the nonprofit hoped to elect a new board more inclined to see the dispute the city's way.
Thousands of South Carolina Electric & Gas customers are without power as a strong series of storms moves across the states Friday afternoon.
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