A North Charleston man with a lengthy history of mental illness was sentenced Friday to 35 years behind bars for fatally stabbing his two young nephews in August 2017.
Sara Coello covers breaking news in and around Charleston for The Post and Courier. She previously covered crime and courts at The Dallas Morning News.
A former Berkeley County school bus driver pleaded guilty Monday to impregnating a 14-year-old he drove to school. He was sentenced to 22 years behind bars.
Charges against a Georgia teen have been upgraded after a Summerville man he allegedly shot in September fatally succumbed to his wound.
A starving stray led officials to two more emaciated animals tethered in a Mount Pleasant yard, resulting in the seizure of all three.
A family visiting South Carolina's Fripp Island called deputies Sunday night after fishing 20 kilos of cocaine from the Atlantic Ocean and tot…
Officials say they've found two children who were snatched from their home in Newberry on Saturday, but their kidnapper remains at large.
A fire that broke out in a Goose Creek apartment complex Thursday night was unrelated to another blaze that gutted the 16-unit building less than 30 hours before, fire officials said.
Since Thomas Lawton Evans broke into their home in February 2018, beat the woman and kidnapped her 4-year-old daughter, the family has struggled to get both victims through hospitalizations, court hearings and the challenges of guiding five children through their return to everyday life.