Local News
Amber Alert Issued in South Carolina for a 3-Month-Old Girl

We are told the abduction happened in Clyde, North Carolina around 10:15 a.m. Tuesday.

Police Need Help Locating a Possible Runaway

Charleston police say they need the public's help in locating a possible runaway teenager.

Fatal Accident Shuts Down Maybank Highway

The accident occurred just before 6:40 a.m. between a motorcyclist and another vehicle.

Group Announces Petition to Call for Removal of CCSD Superintendent

A group plans to call for the removal of CCSD superintendent Dr. Gerrita Postlewait during a rally on Wednesday.

Frontier Airline Announces Service in Charleston, Lower Fare

Flights to Chicago, Denver and Philadelphia will run as low as $39.

Department of Justice Ends Review of North Charleston Police Department

New changes are coming to the investigation and review of police departments across the nation.

National News
Polygamous sect leader pleads guilty in escape, fraud cases

A polygamous sect leader recaptured after a year on the run has pleaded guilty in an escape and food-stamp fraud cases.

‘Bonnie and Clyde’ murderer gets life in prison for ‘execution-style’ slayings

A San Antonio woman who nicknamed her and her co-defendant “Bonnie and Clyde” was found guilty Tuesday of capital murder in the 2014 robberies and “execution-style” murders of two men -- including a detective’s son.

Hurricane Jose now a tropical storm, still bringing dangerous surf to East Coast

Hurricane Jose weakened to a tropical storm Tuesday night, but forecasters warned dangerous surf and rip currents were likely to continue Wednesday along the U.S. East Coast.

Tarps covering Confederate statues are being ripped down

Officials in Charlottesville, Virginia, are trying to stop people from ripping down tarps that cover statues of Confederate generals.

The Latest: Aunt baffled by nephew’s arrest in 2 killings

The Latest on the arrest of a 23-year-old white man accused of killing two black men in Baton Rouge (all times local): 10:50 a.m.

Oklahoma City police officer shoots, kills man holding metal pipe

A deaf man holding a metal pipe in his hand was shot and killed by an Oklahoma City police officer Tuesday night, officials said.

World News
North Korea’s Kim keeps teen sex slaves, executes musicians with anti-aircraft guns, defector reveals

Kim Jong Un’s officials plucked teenage girls from North Korean schools to serve as the leader’s sex slaves, indulged in a gluttonous lifestyle while his people starved and ordered public executions that turned into horrific shows of violence, a North Korean defector revealed.

The Latest: Refugees who paid for trip left on Greek highway

The Latest on Europe's response to the large numbers of refugees and migrants who have tried to reach or entered Europe (all times local): 5:45 p.m. Authorities say 77 refugees and migrants were found walking along a highway in Greece after smugglers they had paid to drive them to Athens dumped them hundreds of kilometers away.

Study shows lengthy waits for asylum applicants in Europe

More than half of the migrants who entered Europe amid a mass influx in 2015 and 2016 were still awaiting decisions on asylum applications by the end of the period, and only a small percentage had been turned down and sent home, according to a study released Wednesday.

Belarus president: Russian forces won’t stay after war games

On the last day of joint Russian-Belarusian military exercises that rattled the countries' neighbors, the president of Belarus says all Russian forces will leave his country when the war games are over.

North Korea’s Kim plucks teen sex slaves from schools and executes musicians with anti-aircraft guns, defector reveals

Kim Jong Un’s officials plucked teenage girls from North Korean schools to serve as the leader’s sex slaves, indulged in a gluttonous lifestyle while his people starved and ordered public executions that turned into horrific shows of violence, a North Korean defector revealed.

Hurricane Jose’s path: What you should know

As Jose continues on its slow trek off the eastern coast of the U.S., it brings with it “dangerous” rip currents and surf.