Food Friday: Burwell’s Stone Fire Grill
It's not just a steakhouse, we take you to Burwell's on this week's edition of Food Friday.
Bond Hearing For Man Charged With Stealing Fire Vehicle
David Lathan claims that God gave him the ability to borrow the fire SUV.
Charleston Southern to Host Event Addressing the Opiod Crisis in S.C.
Experts and lawmakers will hold an event at Charleston Southern to address the wide ranging opiod epidemic.
Parkland Shooting Stirs Three Siblings to Lives of Activism
Three siblings turn to lives of activism after Parkland shooting.
Youth Smoking Decline Stalls, and Vaping May be to Blame
The rates of cigarette smoking have stopped falling among children in the United States, and health officials believe youth vaping is responsible.
SC Education Reform Bill Changes
A major education reform bill is winding its way through state legislature, but politicians say it's a turkey about to get carved up.
Social Credit Scores Could Effect Ability to Attain a Job or Get into College
From what we eat to where we go to who are friends are, the data collected on our social media is expansive. This information is used to create a 'Social Credit Score.'
Chronic Pain Given as Top Reason for Using Medical Marijuana
The most common reason people give when they enroll in state-approved medical marijuana programs is chronic pain.
Craigslist Founder Donates $15 Million for Journalism Ethics
Craigslist founder, Craig Newmark, says that he will donate $15-million to Columbia University and the Poynter Institute for separate efforts promoting ethics in journalism.