Local News
Myrtle Beach considers how to deal with beachfront crime

Myrtle Beach is trying to figure out how to deal with crime at beachfront businesses.

Lowcountry Volunteer Firefighters In Short Supply

Firefighters are a vital part of every community, and they do much more than fight fires. But the number of volunteer firefighters is declining here in South Carolina.

Live Fire Training Exercises at the Naval Weapons Station

Security forces at Joint Base Charleston plan to conduct live fire exercises beginning Saturday.

North Charleston Approves Plan to Lure Grocery Stores to a So-Called “Food Desert”

North Charleston officials have voted in favor of an incentive plan designed to bring an oasis to a so-called “food desert” in the Neck area.

Charleston Police Will Host Drug Take Back Day

Charleston Police and DEA will a Drug Takeback Day as a way for the public to help prevent pill abuse and theft by getting rid of their unused, expired or unwanted prescription drugs.

Bomb Squad Called to Summerville Goodwill After Suspicious Device Found in Donations

Bomb squad authorities detonated a suspicious metal cylinder tube that was left in a box at the Summerville Goodwill location.

National News
Cleveland woman points gun at barber over 7-year-old son’s haircut

Cleveland police released video of a woman they say pulled a gun on a barber because her 7-year-old son’s haircut was taking too long.

Video shows woman pointing gun at barber over 7-year-old son’s haircut

Cleveland police released video of a woman they say pulled a gun on a barber because her 7-year-old son’s haircut was taking too long.

Missing ‘suicidal’ Texas cop escaped to Mexico after faking death, police say

A missing Texas cop who had threatened suicide is hiding out in Mexico after faking his own death, police said.

Kentucky machete attack: Suspect asked campus victims about their politics, student says

A man has been arrested for a machete attack on the campus of Transylvania University in Kentucky.

High rent may doom Catholic chapel that survived 9/11

A Roman Catholic chapel that sheltered 9/11 first responders after the World Trade Center terrorist attacks may fall victim itself to the prosperity of its New York City neighborhood.

World News
Pope Francis leads Cairo Mass as helicopter gunship, armed police watch

An Apache attack helicopter and scores of armed police have provided tight security for Pope Francis as he led a Mass in Egypt - just weeks after two churches were bombed by militants.

Shark mauls trained shark-spotter bodyboarding off French island

A bodyboarder was mauled to death by a shark just two months after one of his best friends was killed in almost identical circumstances.

Russian rallies urge Putin not to run again; dozens arrested

Under the slogan "I'm fed up," demonstrators urging Vladimir Putin not to run for a fourth term rallied in cities across Russia on Saturday. Dozens were arrested in St. Petersburg and elsewhere.

‘Butcher of Kabul’ shows his face after 20 years in exile

A former Afghan warlord who battled U.S. forces after the 2001 invasion and nursed bitter rivalries with other militant factions says he wants peace in Afghanistan.

Hungary still defiant on US university after Brussels summit

The Hungarian government remains defiant over the possible closure of Budapest-based Central European University, founded by billionaire George Soros.

Moscow demonstrators want to tell Putin: Don’t run again

Several hundred demonstrators are gathered in a Moscow park, trying to move to the nearby presidential administration building to present letters calling on President Vladimir Putin not to run for a fourth term in office in 2018..