Tropical Storm Florence's death toll in South Carolina continued to increase on Thursday after the S.C. Highway Patrol connected a Dillon County fatality to the storm.
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As devastating as Hurricane Florence has been, it could have been worse. A look at the rescuers who helped hundreds of people escape the floodwaters.
Some 4 to 6 feet of water covers the entire town. Homes, churches, the local post office and gas station — all damaged.
A math teacher at Burke High School coerced one of her students into performing sexual acts by threatening to dock his grade, according to a l…
Columbia prosecutor Dan Johnson and a top staffer were indicted on charges relating to public corruption, adding to federal theft and fraud charges.
Early estimates for the destruction Hurricane Florence continues to wreak in the Pee Dee region top $1.2 billion.
Alligator season is underway in South Carolina in both the affected and unaffected areas hit by Hurricane Florence and its aftermath.
Demolition work has begun on the first downtown Charleston house that the federal government deemed so great a flood risk that it helped pay to tear it down.
The South Carolina Historical Society will unveil its new museum inside Charleston's Fireproof Building with a Saturday celebration. It tells personal stories from more than three centuries of state history.
Work on the new recycling center on Palmetto Commerce Parkway in North Charleston has stopped because county officials say the current plays stray from the original concept.
The S.C. Department of Transportation has closed Interstate 95 outside of Florence due to rising flood water.
The latest deaths were reported Tuesday night after a jail transport van was swamped by floodwater from the Little Pee Dee River near Nichols.
The small town of Conway, predicted epicenter of the devastating floods to come, felt like a disaster zone Wednesday as residents and emergenc…
The woman recounted the assault on Wednesday after a bond hearing, standing alongside at least a handful of family members and friends.
Lovequawn Scott, the man accused of bludgeoning four relatives to death in March, sought help at a church and an urgent care clinic one day before the killings, according to an investigative report.
For months, Summerville residents opposed a homeless shelter near their homes because they fear it may attract drug users and create an unsafe environment. But Town Council voted Tuesday to approve the site.
Deputies operating an Horry County jail van are suspected of ignoring road closure barricades before the vehicle was swept away by floodwater from Tropical Storm Florence, killing two hospital patients inside, authorities said Wednesday.
Spared the worst effects from Hurricane Florence, mayors in and around Charleston have joined forces to raise money for those who weren't.
As rising rivers and waterways threaten to cut off most routes into Horry County, the area's congressman is renewing the call for an interstate connection to the area.
Harriet Holman is the apparent winner in Tuesday’s special Democratic primary election runoff to fill a vacant seat on Dorchester County Council.
OK, this may be the stupidest controversy ever.
Tropical Storm Florence's death toll in South Carolina continued its rise on Tuesday after a jail transport van carrying two inmates was overtaken by flood waters.
East Light Academy, the Charleston area's first Mandarin language immersion school opened with a promising premise. But low enrollment might shut its doors shortly after they opened.
A man accused of shooting a woman to death on James Island on Saturday argued with her before pulling the trigger, according to court documents released Tuesday.
The 500-pound swine wound up on an eastbound stretch of I-26 in North Charleston during the morning rush-hour commute on Aug. 23.