- Police look for green Pontiac that struck and killed teen Updated: May-30-16 3:19 pm
NORTH CHARLESTON, South Carolina - Investigators are looking for the car that struck and killed a 16-year-old boy as he walked in the bicycle lane on a North Charleston street.
- Tropical Depression Bonnie dissipates after heavy rains Updated: May-30-16 3:06 pm
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - Tropical Depression Bonnie and its heavy rains dissipated over South Carolina on Monday, as a wet Memorial Day holiday weekend comes to an end in the area.
- The Latest: Tropical Depression Bonnie is no more Updated: May-30-16 10:57 am
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - The Latest on Tropical Depression Bonnie (all times local):
- The Latest: Day of firsts for Hamilton, Rossi and Truex Updated: May-29-16 10:41 pm
The latest on motorsport's busiest day, with Formula One's Monaco Grand Prix followed by the Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600 (all times local):
- SC lawmakers agree to budget with 3.25 percent pay increase Updated: May-28-16 3:38 pm
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - Legislators have agreed to a roughly $7.5 billion spending plan that increases state employees' pay by 3.25 percent, puts $30 million into replenishing sand on South Carolina's beaches and provides local governments an additional $11 million.
- Somerset residents seek memorial for slaves Updated: May-28-16 1:40 pm
SOMERSET, Kentucky - In an old cemetery accessible from a health center parking lot lies the remains of some of the unsung people who built Pulaski County: its slaves.
- Grand Reopening: Charleston art museum completes $13M remake Updated: May-28-16 8:42 am
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - A $13 million renovation of the Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston's historic district is complete and the museum is reopening to the public.
- 9 teams competing in Atlantic Cup race Updated: May-28-16 12:01 am
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - A yacht race of more than 1,000 miles is starting this weekend in Charleston.
- Spoleto Festival USA begins 40th season in South Carolina Updated: May-27-16 3:18 pm
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - The 40th season of the Spoleto Festival USA opened Friday amid tributes to the men who established the internationally known art festival and remembrances of the nine people fatally shot in a city church last year during a Bible study.
- Dead End: State pulls money for I-526 in Charleston Updated: May-27-16 7:56 am
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - Plans to finish Interstate 526 through Charleston's western suburbs have hit a dead end.
- 3-year-old dies a week after being found in Lowcountry pool Updated: May-27-16 7:52 am
HANAHAN, South Carolina - Authorities are investigating after a 3-year-old boy died a week after he was found floating in a pool at a Hanahan apartment complex.
- Legislators agree to study moving Confederate Relic Room Updated: May-26-16 2:12 pm
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - Legislators aren't spending any money next fiscal year to display the Confederate flag sent to a museum last summer as they await an analysis on moving the entire museum to Charleston.
- Del Webb building new South Carolina retirement community Updated: May-26-16 8:10 am
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - Del Webb is building another retirement community in South Carolina.
- Wheels Up: Group of 13 C-17s taking off from Charleston Updated: May-26-16 3:49 am
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - A flight of more than a dozen C-17s from Joint Base Charleston are taking off at the same time as part of a training exercise with troops from Fort Bragg in North Carolina.
- Church slaying families accept pursuit of death penalty Updated: May-25-16 8:29 pm
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - The husband of a woman gunned down at a historic black church in Charleston with eight other people said Wednesday he won't be at peace until the man charged in the slayings is put to death.
- The Latest: Slain pastor and SC senator's portrait unveiled Updated: May-25-16 5:09 pm
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - The Latest on a church shooting in Charleston about a year ago that left nine black members dead (all times local):
- South Carolina editorial roundup Updated: May-25-16 1:41 pm
Recent editorials from South Carolina newspapers:
- Bill banning law enforcement quotas advancing in Senate Updated: May-24-16 5:04 pm
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - Law enforcement officers could not be required to write a certain number of tickets under legislation that reached the Senate floor on Tuesday floor.
- Black Charleston County School Board members stage protest Updated: May-24-16 7:23 am
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - The three black members of the Charleston County School Board say the board is making decisions that are hurting black students.
- Feds seek comment on planned $280M rail terminal on coast Updated: May-24-16 5:27 am
NORTH CHARLESTON, South Carolina - The Army Corps of Engineers is holding a public hearing on plans to build a $280 million rail yard at the old Charleston Navy Base to transfer shipping containers between trains and a port terminal that's being built nearby.
- Hit the Road Jack: Record travel in Carolinas expected Updated: May-23-16 11:59 am
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - A record number of motorists from the Carolinas are expected to head out on the highway for the start of the summer season this Memorial Day weekend with gas prices the lowest in more than a decade.
- Coroner: Body found in South Carolina marsh is missing woman Updated: May-23-16 7:34 am
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - Authorities have confirmed that a body found in a marsh on James Island over the weekend is that of an 80-year-old woman who disappeared a day earlier.
- Welcome Inn: College of Charleston buys $3.2 million inn Updated: May-23-16 7:18 am
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - The College of Charleston has purchased a more-than 200-year-old inn in Charleston's historic district.
- Teen arrested in North Charleston shooting death Updated: May-23-16 7:04 am
NORTH CHARLESTON, South Carolina - A North Charleston teenager has been arrested in the shooting death of a man last month.
- Residents oppose new Charleston cruise ship terminal plan Updated: May-23-16 5:21 am
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - The vast majority of public comments submitted about a proposed cruise ship terminal at Charleston's Union Pier have either called for the plan to be scrapped or argued that the passenger terminal should be moved away from the Historic District.