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105.5 The Bridge is BACK!

Box and Jessie B from 105.5 The Bridge are back with their spin on this week's viral stories.

The Holy City Honoring Our Nation Through the Mobile Memorial

Trucking across state lines, the 9/11 Mobile Memorial is coming back to the lowcountry with a mission and message to "Never forget."

Medical Dangers Lurking in the Water at Community Pools

Parasitic diarrhea is one of the medical dangers to caution while swimming in pools.

Charleston’s 105.5 The Bridge Chats Trending Topics

FOX 24's favorite pair from 105.5. The Bridge are back to touch on the latest trending topics, ranging from the passing of a rock legend to the reboot of a popular franchise.

Special Olympics SC and Atlas Technologies Supporting the Needs for Children and Adults

The Special Olympics in South Carolina and Atlas Technologies provides year-round support for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

A New App Helping Connect Military Families Overseas

The American Red Cross is the brainchild behind an app designed to make the day-to-day lives of military families a little easier.

Lifestyle
Empowering Novel Reaching Women Across the Nation

California author, Carol Soloway, empowering women as they embark on life after a marriage ends.

Spoleto Festival Tuning Back Into Charleston

Tens of thousands of arts lovers, hundreds of performers, and several days full of excitement during the return of the Spoleto Festival in the Holy City.

Two Local Nonprofits Working To Help Our Community’s Foster Care

Colin McCandless, member of the Carolina Youth Development Center and Regina Sharpe, executive director of Lowcountry Orphan Relief, discuss the importance of our foster care system.

West Ashley High’s ‘Legally Blonde’ is a Special Final Performance for Two Long-Time Educators

West Ashley High School is performing it's musical production of Legally Blonde this week, but this show is particularly special because two special women are both retiring after decades in education.

Uber for Bikes? A New Bike Share Service is Coming to Charleston

It's the first program of its kind in the Holy City and it's about to make commutes and sightseeing a lot more active and fun.

Lofty Plan Aims to Protect Tri County Cyclists, Pedestrians

A lofty plan to protect the tri-county area's cyclists and pedestrians will be unveiled soon. We sit down with one of the minds behind it.

Local Voices
See Water Rolling in the Sound Waves

Charleston's very own punk reggae band, See Water, delighting eardrums from one of their earlier releases.

Charleston County Library Calling All Stargazers

Charleston County Library is checking out telescopes and making it possible for the public to check out the cosmos ahead of this summer's total solar eclipse.

Hero of the Lowcountry: CARTA’s Charles Frasier

This month we honor a gentleman who epitomizes what a true local hero is and has gone out of his way to ensure the safety of those around him.

Southern Artist Portrays Work Through Hypothetical Realism

Artist and commentator, William Dunlap, brings a unique blend of contemporary art, hypothetical realism and storytelling to The Gibbes Museum.

Lowcountry’s SPCA Introducing New Furry Friends

Meet “Monkey" the dog, pet of the week, and find out how to make him your forever friend!

Sea Turtles Recovering in the Lowcountry

The South Carolina Aquarium, known for its world-class animal rehabilitation center, is getting ready to open a new exhibit this weekend, making the turtle recovery experience accessible to visitors.