The loved ones of all nine victims are trying to forge new paths and find their new voices, ones that hold memories tight but also lead to meaningful futures.
Jennifer Berry Hawes is a member of the Watchdog and Public Service team who worked on the newspaper's Pulitzer-Prize winning investigation, "Till Death Do Us Part."
Eliana Pinckney speaks at the dedication of Charleston Southern University’s Singleton Baseball Complex, named for shooting victim Sharonda Co…
Numerous events are planned to commemorate the third anniversary of the Emanuel AME Church shooting. They include:
Almost three years have passed since a racist gunman entered Emanuel AME Church's Bible study and gunned down nine black worshippers. A wide r…
A teen kidnapped from a Florida hospital 18 years ago, and raided in Walterboro, S.C., learns the fate of the woman she grew up believing was her mother.
At a hearing Friday, a judge will sentence Gloria Williams, the Walterboro woman who kidnapped a newborn from a Florida hospital 20 years ago.
Children in foster care suffer even more trauma and upheaval after their removal from biological families because the state is woefully short of quality foster homes to house them.
Advocates and journalists have paid critical attention to children in foster care. But once those children become adults and age out, they go largely forgotten, often cast into the world with little more than traumatic memories and mistrust to guide them.
The firm that designed the problem-plagued Wando River bridge is known for its work on some of the nation’s most breathtaking spans and for tw…