Science and environment reporter. Author of Washing Our Hands in the Clouds.
Thunderstorms on Friday expected to be worse than last weekend, forecasters say
State regulators are opening some of the shrimping grounds on Wednesday — two months earlier than they were opened last year after a cold winter.
State Sen. Chip Campsen wants to black offshore drilling with a clause in the budget, to buy time as legislators argue over whether to support the work and federal permits for it loom.
Cannonball jellyfish, shrimp and crabs were found dead by the hundreds on Sullivan's Island this week. It tends to happen when high winds come as the surf waters warm.
Mount Pleasant Waterworks officials will ask state regulators for a "reasonable and protective" compromise in the plan to cut its permitted sh…
Bad weather stirs up tsunamis regularly on South Carolina beaches, a phenomenon researchers call meteotsunami. The waves usually aren't very large, but they can be.
Audubon South Carolina's wetland tree planting sinks about 200,000 more tall straws in Four Holes, the massive swamp that keeps flood-prone Charleston from flooding worse.
The privately owned Wando shrimp dock is under contract to be sold and go public. Three-hundred yards away, the Geechie dock owners want public money to help it stay in business.
The state has told Mount Pleasant Waterworks it will halve the amount of drinking water the utility can pull from underground, a restriction that could cost customers more and crimp the booming town's growth.