Sears was once the retail icon that touted "Where America Shops."
A new owner is now at the wheel of Sonic Drive-In restaurants.
The number of passengers flying in and out of Charleston International Airport continues to soar.
A historically African American place of worship in downtown Charleston that was built around 1930 could soon face the wrecking ball.
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Through Friday, the S.C. Attorney General's office reported 118 allegations of overpricing by businesses across the state during the Hurricane Florence period.
Through midday Thursday, more than $15 million had been pledged in aid after the disaster. The amount is expected to rise as more companies report contributions.
The state's busiest airport is running out of parking space, and the busy holiday season will soon be bearing down.