South Carolina Pastor Apologizes for Sign Criticizing Welfare Recipients
A church pastor is apologizing for a sign he put up at the church in rural South Carolina.
Summerville Teen Shares His Struggle with Depression, Wants to Help Others
A high school senior in Summerville is sharing his journey and personal struggle with depression in hopes of saving lives.
Financial Losses Force Cancellation of Bowman Music Festival
Organizers said losses from another event at Yonder Field earlier this month prompted them to cancel Saturday’s event.
South Carolina Man Has Mysterious Illness After Cuba Visit
Concerns are on the rise that U.S. tourists are being targeted in Cuba after many say they are coming down with mysterious illnesses.
South Carolina Court Rules Against Those Opposing Terminal
The State Ports Authority has been trying for years to build a $35 million terminal to better serve cruise ships in Charleston.
Lowcountry Lawmaker Calls for President Trump’s Impeachment
A Democratic lawmaker sent a letter to Congress saying President Trump is not mentally fit to lead the nation.
Man Dies After Falling at Mercedes Benz Plant in North Charleston
Officials have released the name of a man who died after a fall at a South Carolina plant.
Cops: 4 airmen painted satanic symbols on South Carolina church
Four young members of the Air Force have been arrested after authorities said they spray-painted satanic symbols on a 250-year-old South Carolina church.
Woman Accused of Stealing $67K from 90-year-old Patient
A caretaker has been accused of stealing more than $67,000 from a 90-year-old man she was hired to take care of.