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A pastor of a downtown Charleston church was arrested Thursday and charged in connection with alleged domestic violence against a pregnant woman.
The winning word rolled off Drew David's tongue with ease: "femininity." When he spelled it, he kept the same deliberate pace as he had all mo…
South Carolina officials are hoping to combat the dangers of illegal cellphones behind bars by giving inmates a different technological device to communicate with family, obtain education and even purchase access to approved entertainment services.
The governor selected Van McCarty, who had been serving as the National Guard's second in command for five years. He will replace Bob Livingston, who was elected twice to the state's highest military office since 2010.
The Charleston County Coroner's Office said a man found dead on New Year's Eve on the porch of an Ashley Heights residence was the victim of a…
Living on the coast is getting riskier to your health. Vibrio, the disease-causing germ that closes oyster beds, could soon find it way to your drinking water.
Researchers are looking for better ways to tell the public about the storms in terms of the individual threats — storm surge seas and flooding rain as well as winds — instead of the standard 1-to-5 scale based just on wind speed.
The push to increase the pay for teachers in South Carolina continues to build as lawmakers prepare to debate how to improve a faltering education system which trails other states in nearly every measure.
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg and others gathered Wednesday at a West Ashley development that never should have been built to unveil a new…
South Carolina lawmakers are pushing a bill to exempt federal workers in South Carolina from being penalized for not paying their property taxes on time as the federal government's record-setting shutdown heads toward its fourth week.
A Charleston man was found guilty earlier this month on one count of being an accessory after the fact to murder in connection with a 2015 shooting.
The local independent cinema is seeking to offer an entertainment reprieve for those affected by the work stoppage.
With 800,000 federal employees out of work during the government shutdown, the Trump administration has called back a handful of Bureau of Ocean Energy Management workers — with pay — to keep processing offshore seismic testing leases in the Atlantic.
Julian Smith, the director of the Cooper River Bridge Run since 1994 and driving force behind making it one of the largest 10K races in the co…
Charleston County will rein in the number of employees who use government charge cards for expenses, a decision that follows reports of fraud and misuse.
County Administrator Jennifer Miller directed the procurement department to trim the number of p-cards over the next 30 days, Shawn Smetana, the county's spokesman, said.
The Oconee County School District in the Upstate could be South Carolina's first district to take a major step toward a more year-round school year in 2020-21.
Tim Scott only said what many other people were already thinking.
The state Department of Social Services is distributing food stamp benefits early as a result of the ongoing partial federal government shutdown, which is now the longest in the country's history.
Charleston artist Cathy Aycock is delighted one of her stickers has gone viral, but she's frustrated her small business, Garbage Humans, isn't getting credit online.
Authorities in Berkeley County on Tuesday announced a drug bust that netted more than 800 pounds of marijuana and resulted in two arrests.
A Myrtle Beach attorney signed a consent order Tuesday admitting to campaign finance violations, bringing an end to the S.C. Ethics Commission…
Mary Johnson had tended a garden space on Seabrook Island for 14 years before being ejected last year. But the island's Property Owners Association board recently reversed course and will let her stay.
Dorchester County sheriff's deputies are investigating the shooting death of a man found lying in a road near Summerville last weekend.
A Wando High School teacher sparked controversy with Charleston police last year after assigning the fictional tale of a white officer shooting a black teenager for summer reading.
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.