The U.S. vaccine campaign has heightened tensions between rural and urban America, where from Oregon to Tennessee to upstate New York, complaints are surfacing of a real — or perceived — inequity in vaccine allocation.
Things are looking up at Charleston School of Law, which is now back in compliance with the American Bar Association’s bar exam accreditation standard.
For more than 20 years, Second Chance Thrift Shop has been directly funneling all of its profits into Summerville organizations that support residents facing hardship. This year, volunteers with the shop hope to reach $100,000.
The shutdown of schools and use of remote learning made necessary by the COVID pandemic have cost students anywhere from three to 14 months of learning, according to a study by McKinsey & Company.
Officers responding to Tanger Outlets on the morning of Feb. 27 were greeted with a crashed car and reports of a shooting. Deputy Chief Scott Deckard said four people were detained for questioning and later released.
A Paris court on Monday found French former President Nicolas Sarkozy guilty of corruption and influence peddling and sentenced him to one year in prison and a two-year suspended sentence.
A SLED report released harrowing details of what happened on Oct. 3, 2020 when Myrtle Beach police officer Jacob Hancher lost his life.
Hundreds of South Carolina's public school teachers have left their jobs since the school year started, pushing pre-pandemic shortages past the crisis level and making it even more difficult to catch students up.
Companies have reported delays in essential personnel being able to travel to the state, particularly those specializing in installation and operation of equipment and processes, said state Commerce Department spokeswoman Alex Clark. And in terms of in-person marketing activities, there were several months where prospects, especially those from abroad, were not coming here.
Residents of Bridgeview Village generally support one another, and have cautious optimism to the upcoming renovations and promised investment in the community.
Carl Brown, who over a 44-year career fostered more than 200 children with his wife Mary, died Friday at the age of 81. He is remembered as a tireless fighter for youth in need of home placements, founding the South Carolina Foster Parent Association.
Before Dr. Dalila Lewis was hired last year, some children with neurological conditions were kept waiting six months or longer for an appointment at MUSC.
Legislation sponsored by House Speaker Jay Lucas would ask voters in November 2022 whether they want to continue electing the state's K-12 public schools chief or let the governor pick.
Eight years after carving the heart out of a landmark voting rights law, the Supreme Court is looking at putting new limits on efforts to combat racial discrimination in voting.
As luxury apartment complexes continue to spring up on the Charleston peninsula, city officials plan to increase the fees they levy against developers who refuse to incorporate affordable housing into their projects.
Security forces in Myanmar opened fire and made mass arrests Sunday as they sought to break up protests against the military's seizure of power.
As elementary school students across the Georgetown County School District head back to full-time, face-to-face instruction on March 1 — with their counterparts in middle and high schools joining them on March 8 — there are significantly different perspectives as to whether the district is truly ready for the instructional model change.
A cellphone app released in January hopes to capture the crux of Medical University of South Carolina research on mass violence healing and offer it to survivors across the world, expanding services for victims and their loved ones.
A second former aide has come forward with sexual harassment allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who responded with a statement Saturday saying he never made advances toward her and never intended to be inappropriate.
The U.S. is getting a third vaccine to prevent COVID-19, as the Food and Drug Administration on Saturday cleared a Johnson & Johnson shot that works with just one dose instead of two.
Just five weeks ago, Los Angeles County was conducting more than 350,000 weekly coronavirus tests, including at a massive drive-thru site at Dodger Stadium, as health workers raced to contain the worst COVID-19 hotspot in the U.S.
WASHINGTON — Federal investigators probing the death of a U.S. Capitol Police officer killed in the Jan. 6 riot have zeroed in on a suspect seen on video appearing to spray a chemical substance on the officer before he later collapsed and died, two people familiar with the matter told The As…
A string of questionable conduct and excess at a Greenville fire district cost taxpayers thousands and wrecked morale. Almost none of it has come to light.
The bus system that spans Greenville County recently extended its hours of service with plans to improve frequency and become more environmentally friendly.
The state Department of Health and Environmental Control had logged 5,916,875 tests as of Feb. 25, according to the Palmetto State's latest data.
The city agreed to a rezoning that will allow development of more than 200 affordable townhomes, despite traffic and flooding concerns raised by hundreds of residents.
A flood of mortgage refinancings and a rapid pace of homes sales has overwhelmed the Charleston County Register of Deeds office with a deep backlog of documents to record.
The House approved a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill in a win for President Joe Biden, even as top Democrats tried assuring agitated progressives that they'd revive their derailed drive to boost the minimum wage.
At a time when the public mood says there's too much money in politics, some Statehouse lawmakers think it's time to push the donation ceiling higher.
The happy vibes at Prisma Health's annual report to the Greenville Health Authority board ended in the meeting's final minutes when a powerful local state lawmaker stood up and told the board to toughen up.
WASHINGTON — Saudi Arabia's crown prince likely approved the killing of U.S.-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, according to a newly declassified U.S. intelligence report released Friday that instantly ratcheted up pressure on the Biden administration to…
A conference dedicated to the future of the conservative movement turned into an ode to Donald Trump on Friday as speakers declared their fealty to the former president and attendees posed for selfies with a golden statue of his likeness.
The Moores thought buying a house along the Intracoastal Waterway in Socastee would be a great way to retire, a beautiful home along Rosewood Drive to share with their family. Flooding over the past six years has turned a dream into a nightmare — and one with little end in sight.
Before it was one of Berkeley County’s most traveled roads, Clements Ferry Road was part of an important colonial transportation network that linked a series of ferries between Charles Town, East Cooper and the Cainhoy Peninsula.
Deputy Ryan Gibson was fired from the Greenville County Sheriff's Office following the July 25 arrest of a man who said he was an innocent bystander.
A $1.9 trillion package aimed at helping the country rebuild from the pandemic seemed headed toward House passage Friday, even as Democrats searched for a way to revive their derailed drive to boost the minimum wage.
Former U.S. Sen. Strom Thurmond was among 16 names proposed for possible removal from University of South Carolina buildings by a special panel examining historical figures' racially insensitive records.
If the regulation passes, the possession, sale, importation, release and reproduction of the Argentine black and white tegu lizards would be prohibited in the state.
Charleston County district officials and their attorneys seek monetary damages to help pay for counseling, education and addiction treatment among middle school and high school students.
A few weeks after judicial elections inflamed racial tensions in the Statehouse, a contested race for a spot on the University of South Carolina's board of trustees threatens to exacerbate the issue, as some lawmakers have criticized efforts to oust one of the only Black trustees from his post.