Local News
Charleston Native to take on the Seven Summits

CHARLESTON, SC- (WTAT-TV) – BROOKE SCHWIETERS– This season alone, 11 people have died while attempting to climb Mount Everest, yet one Charleston woman is still planning to take the risk. Cokie Berenyi’s decision to make the climb came after receiving the news that her friend was diagnosed with cancer. Berenyi asked herself, “What would my […]

Stand Down Against Vet Homelessness event to be held in North Charleston

An event is taking place today in the Lowcountry to help our veterans.

On the road with Mike Seekings

Candidate observes commute off Johns Island.

City of Charleston to ban electric scooters

The city explains why there is no place for e-scooter rentals downtown.

My Sister’s House to hold Speak Up Charleston Forum

My Sister's House invites the community to raise awareness about domestic violence within the Lowcountry at Speak Up Charleston forum.

Debris pickup from Hurricane Dorian to be complete after today

Charleston County officials say the cleanup from Hurricane Dorian will be ending today.

National News
Savannah Spurlock’s father says ‘justice has been served’ after person of interest arrested

The father of missing Kentucky mom Savannah Spurlock said Thursday that "justice has been served" after authorities discovered human remains at a home believed to be the 23-year-old's last known location and a person of interest was arrested.

‘Heroic’ Virginia rabbi missing after diving into ocean to save a student

A Virginia rabbi and day camp counselor in Norfolk, Va. went missing after jumping into the ocean to save a student who struggled to make it back to shore amid choppy waters, according to reports.

Jeffrey Epstein’s private ‘Island of Sin’ and sex dolls: 5 weird details to know

Here are five weird details to know about Jeffrey Epstein.

Ohio police officer rescues child from burning home in dramatic video

A police officer in Ohio who was the first to arrive at a burning home over the weekend helped rescue a child trapped inside in a dramatic moment captured on video.

Taxi strikes New York City restaurant, injuring several

Eight people were injured when a taxi ran off of the road in midtown Manhattan on Thursday, colliding with a popular restaurant.

Jeffrey Epstein called billionaire, ‘man of nearly infinite means’ — but is it true?

Even as his attorneys Thursday reportedly proposed a $77 million package to spring him from jail, reports are emerging that wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein may not be so wealthy after all.

World News
Catholic bishop to rain down ‘holy water’ from helicopter in ‘mass exorcism’ over city

A Catholic bishop is reaching for new heights to save a city wrought with "evil."

Iran has raised its ‘intensity of malign activity’ following US pullout of nuclear deal, top general says

The general President Trump has picked to become the military’s next top officer says Iran has raised its “intensity of malign activity” since the U.S. pulled out of a landmark 2015 nuclear deal.

Olympic swimmer Filippo Magnini saves drowning man after wind pushed him off unicorn float

Olympic medal-winning swimmer Filippo Magnini put his swimming skills to good use outside of the pool Sunday when he conveniently saved a man who was drowning nearby on a Italian beach. 

No bones found in Vatican tombs searched for missing girl

The tombs of two 19th-century German princesses were pried open at a tiny Holy See cemetery Thursday and turned out to be completely empty, dashing any expectations they held the remains of a teenager who vanished in 1983 after leaving her family's Vatican City apartment.

Frenchman at the heart of France’s right-to-die debate dies after treatment pulled

A quadriplegic man who has been in a vegetative state for more than a decade and became the symbol for the right-to-die debate in France has died, his family announced.

Tourists flock to Uluru before ban, straining sacred site

Tourists to Australia’s Uluru, a massive sandstone monolith in the heart of the Northern Territory’s dry “Red Centre”, are flocking to climb the land structure before soon being banned from doing so.