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Foxx Coker has already spent more time with his parents than he has since he was placed in protective custody and shuttled through a series of foster homes. During that time, his parents were allowed to see Foxx for two hours each month in a DSS facility while case workers watched from behind two-way mirrors.
A young boy seized from his Johns Island home during a 2017 abuse investigation is back home with his parents after a medical expert convinced a Charleston County judge that the child's multiple broken bones resulted from an unusual case of rickets, according to attorneys for the family.
State Sen. Vincent Sheheen, D-Camden, has introduced a bill that would specify it is OK for a child who is "of sufficient age and maturity to avoid harm" to play outdoors unattended.
Joette Kizer, CEO of Pinelands Group Homes in Summerville, denied the use solitary confinement for children under the facility's care. She said she didn't know why court-appointed experts made such claims.
It's the first time the Sheriff's Office has dedicated investigators to these crimes.
Dee Norton has operated out of a retrofitted building on upper King Street for all of its history, until it had the chance to remodel a large building off Long Point Road that was built originally as a church and later used as a gym.
The mother of a 3-day-old infant in North Charleston dropped the boy on the ground earlier this week, placed him in his bassinet and waited 20…
A South Carolina law, passed by the General Assembly in 1962, sets no minimum age for marriage — as long as the bride is pregnant.
A federal judge has ordered the S.C. Department of Social Services to appear in court next month after court-appointed experts concluded "too …
DHEC highlights infant deaths