Local News
Inmates Accidentally Released From Prison

Ten inmates from the South Carolina State Prison were released earlier than they should have been.

Aaron Capers Back in Court

A Goose Creek man accused of a home invasion, sexually assaulting an 81-year-old woman is back in court today.

Stoney Field Construction Underway

After years of debate, Stoney Field is getting an upgrade.

“One of the darkest days in our Country”

"One of the darkest days in our Country". New Zealand city of Christchurch in shock after mass shooting

Introducing The “Cheester” Egg

If you think Easter egg hunts are cheesy, they are about to get even cheesier this year.

Man Drinks Only Beer For Lent

Do you think your could drink beer for forty days straight?

National News
Kidnapped Boston woman raped, forced to drink whiskey for days, court docs allege

A Massachusetts woman who police say was kidnapped in January after a night out with friends in Boston was raped and forced to drink alcohol while she was held captive, according to prosecutors.

California car chase suspect breakdances before being taken into custody, video shows

A Southern California driver apparently couldn’t help but dance after reportedly leading authorities in a car chase Tuesday night.

Remains of Utah pilot killed in WWII finally returned for proper burial

The remains of a World War II pilot shot down in Germany have arrived back in his home state of Utah, where they are expected to be buried.

Missouri men allegedly tried stealing Al Capone statue

Two Missouri men were arrested after they allegedly tried to steal a statue of Al Capone outside a bar in Arkansas during St. Patrick's Day weekend.

On heels of scandals, USC announces new president

The University of Southern California has announced a new president to usher in "a new era."

Texas man brings steer to Petco to test ‘all leashed pets are welcome’ policy

A man and woman from Texas couldn’t help but laugh as they recently walked their leashed steer into a Houston-area Petco to really see if “all leashed pets are welcome” at the store.

World News
Long Thai crisis morphed coup leader’s career into politics

Prayuth Chan-ocha became prime minister in a very Thai way: He led a military coup.

Thousands likely for first Friday prayer since mosque attack

An imam says he's expecting thousands of people at an emotional Friday prayer service a week after an attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Nicaragua government says it will free all jailed protesters in bid for lifted sanctions

The Nicaraguan government has said that it will release all political protesters arrested over the past year within the next 90 days, according to two independent officials who are monitoring talks aimed at resolving the country's political standoff.

Auschwitz Memorial shares photos of people walking on train track, urges respect

The Auschwitz Memorial on Wednesday urged tourists to be mindful of where they are while visiting the historic site after people have apparently created photo-ops along its railroad track.

‘Great personal regret’ that UK won’t leave EU with deal next week: Theresa May

the United Kingdom will not leave the European Union with a divorce agreement next week as previously scheduled

UN rights chief: US sanctions could deepen Venezuelan crisis

The United Nation's high commissioner for human rights says recent U.S. sanctions that are aimed to topple Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro threaten to deep the nation's crisis.