Local News
Free Meals for Furloughed Workers in Moncks Corner

Many furloughed workers across the Lowcountry are facing the decision of putting dinner on the table or keeping the heat on.

BCSD Considers Attendance Line Changes

People in Berkeley County School District will hear about a proposed attendance line changes in a meeting today.

Medical Marijuana Reactions in South Carolina

There is a push to legalize medical marijuana in South Carolina.

Fort Sumter Reopens Thanks to Donations

Fort Sumter National Monument will reopen its doors today thanks to donations from a private tour company.

Coastal Carolina University Rape Case

Geanie Thurman, a student at Coastal Carolina University, claims that was raped by another student in her dorm room.

Trump Denies Ever Working For Russia, Blasts Investigators

President Trump addressed an extraordinary question that has haunted his presidency and shows no sign of going away, denying that he ever worked with Russia against United States interest.

National News
Fingerprint links 1993 cold-case rape to Tennessee man, officials say

A cold-case Maryland rape appeared to have been solved after authorities investigating the crime used a fingerprint from the 1993 crime scene to arrest a Tennessee man last year, authorities said Thursday.

‘Make America Great Again’ banner at high school basketball game sparks uproar

A Minnesota high school is being investigated after fans of the boys’ high school basketball team were spotted holding a “Make America Great Again” banner promoting President Donald Trump’s re-election Tuesday.

March for Life: A look at the largest pro-life rally in the US

A look at the March for Life ahead of the 2019 event.

Driver accused of hit-and-run claims she thought her vehicle struck a pole, not a person: report

A Pennsylvania driver accused of involvement in a hit-and-run accident last month claims she thought she struck a pole with her vehicle and not a pedestrian, a report said Thursday, citing charging documents. 

Man accused of strangling Temple U. student, stuffing body in plastic bin gets life after jury convicts on all counts

A Philadelphia jury on Thursday found a defendant guilty on all counts in the death of a Temple University student after prosecutors alleged he strangled her in his apartment because she cut short a sexual encounter with him. 

No-prison sentence in fatal DUI case infuriates Mothers Against Drunk Driving chapter

A nonprofit group is outraged over an Idaho judge’s decision this week to give probation and no prison time to a man who killed a 24-year-old mother of two while driving drunk.

World News
Migrant caravan freely crosses Mexican border after gates were left open, authorities avoided ‘confrontation’

Around 1,000 Central American migrants marched freely through the Guatemala-Mexico border on Friday after the gates were left wide open, with Mexican authorities standing down from confronting the caravan.

Married Army Ranger, 26, dies in Afghanistan, becoming first military fatality of 2019

Sgt. Cameron Meddock, 26, died in Landstuhl, Germany of injuries sustained from small-arms fire Jan. 13 in Badghis Province, Afghanistan. It was his second deployment.

Colombia’s ELN rebels blamed for deadly car bombing as death toll rises to 21; 1 arrested

Colombia's last-remaining rebel group was responsible for Thursday’s brazen car bombing at a police academy in Bogota that killed 21 people, according to officials who announced the arrest of a man for his alleged role in the attack.

Suspect, 20, arrested over rape and murder of 21-year-old Israeli exchange student in Melbourne

A 20-year-old man was arrested Friday in connection to the brutal death of Israeli student Aiia Maasarwe in the Melbourne on Wednesday.

The week in pictures, Jan. 12 – Jan. 18

Take a look at and enjoy some of the most evocative, momentous images captured around the world in the past seven days.

Indian woman, 60, chased to her death off rooftop by gang of monkeys

A 60-year-old woman has died after falling off a terrace in India while being chased by a gang of monkeys.