One day shy of his 16th birthday, Matt Rivers said he's ready to move on from a late night fire that destroyed his neighbor's house. More>>
It's rare to see Loggerheads and other sea turtles on land except during nesting and hatching, so it makes studying them a bit of a challenge.
A man was arrested and charged for driving under the influence after police say he was involved in a head-on collision on the Ravenel Bridge. More>>
North Charleston police are investigating a reported shooting on Midland Park Road Thursday afternoon. More>>
A Fort Mill man has been charged with criminal domestic violence after his girlfriend said he hit her with a watermelon. More>>
A North Charleston home was destroyed by fire early Friday morning. More>>
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- Call "Spike" an underdog if you will. This mascot at The Citadel is looking to take the big boys down and a national title to boot. "Spike", the longtime mascot at the military college, is among sixteen mascots chosen to participate in the 2014 Capital One Mascot Challenge. The Citadel says Spike is the first mascot from the Southern Conference to compete in the challenge. Each mascot participates in a weekly match-up against another. The winner is dependent on fan ... More>>
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- The state Department of Natural Resources is offering courtesy boat safety inspections during the Labor Day weekend at boat landings across South Carolina.The department announced that boating and enforcement officers will perform quick inspections for required safety equipment and proper boat and motor registration. Boaters won't get a ticket if they are not in compliance, but they will be given a chance to correct the problem before launching a boat.The first inspecti... More>>
The Gamecocks' season started with a big loss, but local businesses didn't take a hit. Fans showed up in droves at the usual places. More>>
He was one of those guys who rushed into homes and businesses during a crisis; that was his job. But on Thursday, Goose Creek firefighter Steve Skipton was remembered for the way he lived his life.
A simple Facebook post alerted a Lowcountry neighborhood to a nearby case of West Nile Virus. The woman said on a Facebook page that she tested positive for West Nile and it did not take long for word to spread. More>>
New details came to light Thursday as to why one of the College of Charleston's basketball coach finalists walked away from the job and it centers around a 2011 domestic violence report in Georgia. More>>
High pressure will sit off the east coast of the United States keeping the weather relatively quiet in the Lowcountry through the Labor Day Holiday weekend. More>>
South Carolina's best barbecue will be chosen - and possibly eaten - during an annual festival at Myrtle Beach this weekend. More>>
Dorchester District 2 officials are considering a late bell schedule that would allow high school students to begin class at 9:15 a.m. But a Beaufort County school started a similar pilot program this year and is already testing its effectiveness.
College students are not allowed to carry concealed weapons on campuses, according to state law. But a group in Columbia wants to change that -- for their own protection.
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