Charleston city officials and the National Weather Service are warning drivers to expect a wet commute Wednesday morning.
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Last month, a sensible enough proposal to pause development in parts of Charleston before new stormwater rules took effect didn’t gain much tr…
Leading members of the statewide flood commission tour the Spring Fishburne drainage tunnels on Friday, Feb. 8, 2019 in Charleston.
Whether Charleston gets the election-year debate about flooding it deserves may be decided in, of all places, a courtroom in Beaufort.
In South Carolina, so many of us enjoy living on or near the water. But in recent years, too many of us have been living in it.
When John Tecklenburg speaks these days, it sometimes sounds like he’s giving a dramatic reading of "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner."
In Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg's State of the City speech on Tuesday, he gave a detailed presentation of all the projects, studies and policy changes the city is pursuing to address the growing threat of sea level rise and climate change.
If Charleston plans to spend as much as $2 billion to keep the city from flooding, it’s worth considering how that investment can make the cit…
Charleston Councilwoman Carol Jackson is hoping to convince the other 11 members and Mayor John Tecklenburg to approve another moratorium for James and Johns islands, but only in the Special Flood Hazard Area, a Federal Emergency Management Agency designation for land with a high risk of flooding.