Debate around the bill sets the argument for giving law enforcement officers better access to criminals' communications against the rights of individuals to protect their information from bad actors.
Mary Katherine Wildeman
A Charleston company says it has developed a tool that can help hospitals reduce physician burnout, an age-old problem worsened by modern dema…
The state's precipitous rise in cases is concentrated along its coast. Charleston has been topping the state's daily totals since the third week of June, with 325 new cases reported in the county on Thursday. Dr. David Cole, president of MUSC Health, said the city's tourist economy and welcoming nature have contributed to a resurgence in the disease.
While many businesses have fought to keep lines of revenue open during the coronavirus pandemic, some of South Carolina's technology companies…
Across the state, difficulties reaching a transient group of people that tends to lack trust in the government and health care institutions are translating into hospitalizations and even deaths.
More than a year after a University of South Carolina senior was murdered after getting into a car she thought was her Uber ride, her parents' foundation and the company say they are teaming up to make the widely used ride-hailing app safer for students.
Nearly 38,000 antibody tests have been conducted in South Carolina so far, according to the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control — roughly a tenth of the amount of diagnostic tests conducted.
The Charleston region is seeing its worst outbreak so far. As of Wednesday, MUSC estimates that just over 2,000 people here are infected. That’s five times more than the virus’s initial peak in April, when fewer than 400 people were thought to have it.