FBI: Felon bought gun for Dylan Roof-style attack
The FBI has arrested a 29-year-old white supremacist in Myrtle Beach who was planning an attack in "the spirit of Dylann Roof."
Local Boxing Icon Punched His Way into Lowcountry Lore
Al "Hollywood" Meggett: with each slip, jab and uppercut, he has helped mold Lowcountry athletes into champions.
Georgetown Could Be on the Verge of Something Big
Georgetown is one of five finalists for the Small Business Revolution competition.
Questions Rise After A Child Was Injured in State Care
A couple who voluntarily surrendered their son to DSS were shocked to learn he was hit by a car and sent to a Charleston hospital.
No Signs of Chemical Contamination at Charleston Dog Park
Bees Landing Dog Park on Ashley Gardens Boulevard was closed all day Monday and HAZMAT Crews tested the area for contaminants.
Southern Ground Music Festival Canceled
The Zac Brown Band has cancelled its annual Southern Ground Music and Food Festival this year.
Local Business Hoping for a Fairy Tale Ending for One Terminally Ill Girl
A little girl with a terminal illness was just days away from being in the 'happiest place on earth' until her family learned her trip was stopped short by a matter of inches.
The Gentrification of Charleston
Historic downtown neighborhoods are changing and some natives say the changes are not in the best interest of those who have been here a lifetime.
Dance Theater of Harlem Visits the Gaillard Center
The renowned Dance Theater of Harlem performed to a sold-out crowd at the Gaillard Center and shared the beauty of dance and legacy of the company's African American founder.