A local woman and her co-workers are on a mission to give thousands of children the Christmas of their dreams.
Jury selection and opening statements are set for Wednesday in Dylann Roof's federal death penalty trial.
A judge has set a bond at $75,000 for a woman charged in a hit and run which killed a Benedict College basketball player from Colleton County.
Two Stall High School students support themselves by working 6 hours a day on top of a full school load. Now a Lowcountry teacher is reaching out for help.
Volunteers in the midlands are doing what they can to make sure inmates in the state have a gift this holiday season.
A train carrying luxury cars headed for Charleston derailed in Fairfield County on Sunday.
Police in Connecticut are investigating the theft of dozens of toys collected for underprivileged children from a Watertown church.
A student at a high school in Reno, Nev., stabbed a classmate before a campus police officer shot the knife-wielding teen Wednesday, a witness told the Reno Gazette-Journal.
Two people were shot at an Arizona Walmart on Wednesday and police said they believe the attack was targeted, AZCentral reported, adding that the shooters were on the loose.
Two people were charged Wednesday with aggravated arson in connection to the deadly wildfires in the Gatlinburg region, The Tennessean reported.
Before he was charged with firing an assault rifle inside a Washington restaurant, where he had been drawn by an online hoax, Edgar Maddison Welch was known as a well-meaning father of two girls.
Hoping to preserve its marijuana law under the next president, Colorado is planning a slate of legislation designed to crack down on pot that is grown legally but then sold on the black market.
The Islamic State group this week lost the city of Sirte, its only foothold in Libya, essentially ending its ambition to expand its self-styled "caliphate" into the North African nation, at least for now.
Venezuela has unveiled six new bills set to go into circulation next week.
The recent conference of the ruling Fatah party sent a disheartening message to young Palestinians: Most of those elected to top positions were in their 60s and 70s, signaling that politics under octogenarian President Mahmoud Abbas is an old man's game and that it is unlikely that fresh ideas on winning statehood will emerge from this group of veteran loyalists.
Pope Francis, who in the past has not shied away from offering his opinion about U.S. politics, said in an interview that “spreading disinformation” is probably “the greatest damage that the media can do.”
A 43-year-old dog squad officer who was shot in the head at close range outside a Copenhagen suburban police station has died, Danish authorities said Wednesday.
Officials trying to fight Paris’ worst winter pollution in a decade have banned many cars from the streets in a bid to clear the smog from the French capital.