The "after-action" report has come under fire from groups claiming it mischaracterizes what happened, contains factual errors and seeks to divert blame away from police and onto protesters.
Gregory Yee covers breaking news and public safety. He's a native Angeleno and previously covered crime and courts for the Press-Telegram in Long Beach, CA. He studied journalism and Spanish literature at the University of California, Irvine.
For the first time in more than 30 years, Charleston County Sheriff Al Cannon faces a major challenger at the ballot box: Kristin Graziano.
Data shows violence against SC law enforcement is on the rise. In a year also marked by protests against police brutality, leaders say restoring trust between two sides who feel victimized will take work.
South Carolina public health officials released a tool Friday they hope will help residents more easily track key data in the fight against the coronavirus.
Rents at Grace Homes, Charleston's newest affordable housing development, raised eyebrows when announced in early October. While critics say rates are far too high to be affordable, others say the project heralds better things to come.
North Charleston police have arrested a 40-year-old man who they suspect fatally shot a woman earlier this month.
Rising water, blocked roads, sunny skies — an all too familiar combination in Charleston where high tides are bringing repeat flooding to a city grappling with how to keep the water out.
Two Charleston area men who admitted to pushing opioids connected with a death and a hospitalization have been sentenced to two decades in federal prison.
The plan, which calls for a three-phase approach, is aimed at getting the vaccine to those at high risk of getting seriously ill first because initial distributions nationwide are expected to be limited.
A downtown Charleston attorney accused of pointing a gun at a police cadet earlier this month is calling his arrest into question and said home security footage of the encounter proves his innocence.