Local News
Strangers Help Boy with Severed Arm

A quick trip to visit his mother at work was nearly deadly for a Colleton County child.

Firefighter Arrested for Solicitation of a Minor

The North Charleston firefighter is accused of sending nude images to a minor and solicited them for sex.

Taxpayers Could be on the Hook for Failed Nuclear Plant Project

Taxpayers statewide may have to cover billions of dollars in debt tied to a failed nuclear plant project in Fairfield County.

Locals Excited Over Powerball Drawing

If you haven't bought your ticket you still have time! The big powerball drawing happens tonight and Lowcountry residents say they are stoked.

Boy Loses Arm in Machinery Accident Over the Weekend

A 10-year-old Colleton County boy was flown to MUSC after officials say his arm was severed.

Inmate Dies After Suffering Medical Emergency at Al Cannon Detention Center

Deputies were called to the jail just before 11:00 p.m. on Friday after the woman began experiencing a medical event.

National News
Trump administration calls out Egypt on human rights

Washington's surprise decision this week to cut or delay nearly $300 million in aid to Egypt is the first time the Trump administration has publicly called out Cairo on its poor human rights record.

Texas declares state of disaster for 30 counties ahead of storm

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster for 30 counties Wednesday ahead of the expected landfall of the former Tropical Storm Harvey.

Man pleads not guilty in wife’s death during Alaska cruise

A Utah man charged with first-degree murder in the death of his wife on a cruise to Alaska has pleaded not guilty.

Police: Woman’s Tinder date steals dog while she house sits

Police in New Jersey say a woman's Tinder date stole a family dog while she was house sitting.

Car winds up in Texas home’s pool after crash

A car wound up in an Arlington home’s swimming pool after a two vehicle wreck Wednesday.

Charlottesville covers Confederate statues with black shrouds

Workers in Charlottesville shrouded statues of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee and Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson in black on Wednesday as the city grappled with an outbreak of deadly violence at a white nationalist rally earlier this month.

World News
The Latest: Stopped van thought unrelated to Spain attacks

The Latest on the cancellation of a concert by American rock band Allah-Las in the Netherlands (all times local): 12:35 a.m.

Cuba ‘acoustic attack’ gave U.S. diplomats brain injuries, medical records show

U.S. diplomats were diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injuries and damage to the central nervous system from exposure to an “acoustic attack” in Cuba last year, CBS News reported Wednesday, citing obtained medical records.

Dozens missing as boat carrying 70 people sinks in Brazil

A boat carrying 70 people sank on a major river in northern Brazil with at least seven dead and dozens missing, authorities said Wednesday.

Rotterdam concert canceled after terror warning, van with gas bottles found

Police in the Dutch port city of Rotterdam said Wednesday that a scheduled concert by an American rock band was canceled after authorities received a tip about a "terror threat" from Spanish police.

German school builds $67G fence to keep out ‘filthy’ prostitutes

A Berlin school reportedly has built a 400-foot long, $67,000 fence to protect its students from an unusual threat: groups of “filthy” prostitutes.

Berlin school forced to install ‘anti-prostitute fence’ because of ‘sordid behavior’ in schoolyard

A Berlin school reportedly has built a 400-foot long, $67,000 fence to protect its students from an unusual threat: groups of “filthy” prostitutes.