The Charleston County Coroner's Office on Sunday identified a 60-year-old James Island man who was struck and killed in a hit-and-run crash late last week.
As development in suburban areas increases, school and municipal officials have to make changes to address inevitable back-to-school traffic.
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It's too soon to say if it's been one of those particularly good years for hummingbirds. But for sure, they and their nestlings are appearing more around backyard feeders right now.
Eight of South Carolina's tiniest school districts are collectively seeking more than $210 million to consolidate — four times more than what legislators allotted as a carrot for small school districts in the poorest counties to merge on their own before they are forced by the state.
It may seem like simple, common sense, but a distressing number of people aren't locking up their cars, even if they leave a loaded gun inside.
ATLANTA — Six people were injured Saturday when lightning struck a 60-foot pine at the Tour Championship, showering the area with debris, Atlanta police said.
National Hurricane Center: Tropical Storm Dorian becomes fourth tropical storm of this year's Atlantic hurricane season.
Presidential candidates are magnifying Denmark, SC's ongoing water issue. Twelve years ago it was a rural Dillon County school that drew the national spotlight.
While Denmark has now turned into an example of failing infrastructure and injustice on the presidential campaign trail, views about the safety of its water have created lasting fracture points in this small city, about 20 miles southwest of Orangeburg.
State regulators didn't do enough about the recent pollution spills of sewage and plastic in Charleston Harbor, local officials say.
From the sisters of Alpha Kappa Alpha to the teachers who protested at the Statehouse for better school conditions, Harris has sought to harness existing networks on the ground in South Carolina to jumpstart her campaign here.
The Air Force's top brass has ordered units to pause operations for one day to focus on mental health. This follows three airmen at Shaw Air Force Base dying by suicide this year.
A new documentary film is a first step that has led to conversations about other ways to confront, and to come to terms with, the College of Charleston's difficult past.
The Charleston Fall Home Show is going on Saturday and Sunday at the Gaillard Center in downtown Charleston. Look for giveaways, prizes and loads of free advice.
Former S.C. governor and U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley's unprompted tweet reinforcing her friendship with Vice President Mike Pence was hyper-analyzed in a political world.
There are a lot of ways to get around town in Charleston, but as more people visit and move to the Holy City each year, it becomes increasingly harder to do so.
Under increasing international pressure to contain fires sweeping parts of the Amazon, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Friday authorized use of the military to battle the massive blazes.
South Carolina has three drive-in movie theaters about an hour outside of the major cities in the state. They include the Highway 21 Drive-In in Beaufort, the Big Mo in Monetta and the 25 Drive-In Auto Theatre in Greenwood.
Authorities on Friday filed eight new sex assault charges against the 29-year-old son of a man arrested last year after a shootout that killed two officers and left five others wounded in Florence County.
A man suspected of shooting a 35-year-old man to death in North Charleston in April was arrested by police and federal marshals on Friday.
A system of storms off the southern Florida coast is expected to develop into a tropical depression as it moves north, toward Georgia and South Carolina in the coming days.
The city of Charleston has cited the owners of the Read Brothers building on Upper King Street, but the owner says the matter is being resolved.
Moncks Corner Mayor Michael Lockliear and his adult son were playing on a recreation kickball team earlier this month, when a controversial call against the son caused the mayor to yell at the umpire. The town later asked that the umpire be reassigned.
The past, present and future of historically black colleges and universities serve as the overarching subject of two concurrent shows now on view at City Gallery at Waterfront Park.
The event, which was announced Friday by O'Rourke's campaign, puts him back in a familiar campaign setting: A college campus.
Seth Moulton plans to exit the Democratic presidential primary race on Friday, becoming the second 2020 candidate to drop out this week as the field narrows.
A Waffle House hash brown coupon comes with a suggestion instead of an expiration date: "Please try to use by June 30, 2020."
Nearly a quarter of South Carolina Republicans say a 2020 presidential primary would only be an opportunity for President Donald Trump’s enemies to hurt him. So, of course, they shouldn’t hold one.
Walmart plans to reopen the El Paso store where 22 people were killed in a shooting earlier this month, the retail giant said Thursday, but the entire interior of the building will first be rebuilt.
Google's request to the state has been approved to pull more groundwater from the Charleston aquifer. Mount Pleasant Waterworks' request wasn't. That's the makings of another round in an ongoing dispute.
A former cadet is suing The Citadel and former employee Kenneth Boes over alleged sexual assaults and other misconduct from late 2017 to early 2018.
Chemical spraying along roads in the Charleston area has left unsightly, browned foliage behind and residents are worried about how the herbicide affects the environment
In the weeks after the shooting death of a downtown sous-chef, longtime black and white residents say tension lingers in their East Side neighborhood, and they're looking for leadership to help address crime and other concerns.
The City of Charleston is overseeing renovations at 1099 King Street, a building that has been standing since the 1930s and served as a boxing gym for Al 'Hollywood' Meggett since 1973.
Charleston County is poised to sell its shuttered incinerator property for $2.9 million to a company that is expected use the 17-acre site for cargo passing through its nearby port operation on the former Navy base.
President Trump announced at a press conference this week that he has ordered his administration to buy large amounts of a powerful new "stimulant" by Johnson & Johnson to address high veteran suicide rates.
Even though the proposed road map looks like a queue line at Disney World, Mount Pleasant is hardly the happiest place on Earth.
After trespassing on the Carolina Park Academy campus Wednesday, an Awendaw man told a school employee he "just might" carry out a shooting, Mount Pleasant police said.
More people are bringing firearms in carry-on bags to Charleston International and other airports around the country, risking missed flights and stiff penalties up to $13,000.
After extreme weather tears up the habitat of colonies of a common spider, the colonies survived better that already were more aggressive attacking prey and cannibalizing their own.
The Coast Guard suspended a vast search for two missing firefighters who did not return from a fishing trip last week off Florida's Atlantic coast.
Charleston area hospitality professionals want to see more culinary references to the Lowcountry at The Club CHS lounge.