When a school shooting occurs, resource officers are often the first line of defense. On Friday, Berkeley County's resource officers were trained on responding to a school shooting. More>>
It's hard to imagine people still having problems stemming from this winter's ice storms, but some people in Summerville say leaning power poles are a big problem. More>>
A local family run business that has been providing Charlestonians with fresh fruits and vegetables for close to 40 years will soon be closing. More>>
State environmental regulators are asking the company that's managing a closed hazardous waste landfill in Sumter County to resign as trustee. More>>
The federal government is planning to use sound blasting to conduct research on the ocean floor along most of the East Coast, using technology similar to that which spawned a court battle between environmentalists and... More>>
A Greenwood hospital is warning more than 500 patients that their personal and medical information could be at risk after a laptop was stolen during a break in. More>>
A homeless couple in Sumter says a man came up to them in a park and shot and killed their dog without any warning, then ran away laughing. More>>
The trial stemming from the Episcopal division in eastern South Carolina is ending after three weeks of testimony. More>>
A recent ABC News 4/Post and Courier poll shows Sen. Lindsey Graham has a solid lead among all South Carolina voters and that Thomas Ravenel’s entry into the race did nothing to the senator’s lead. More>>
With bones protruding and sunken eyes, a Lowcountry horse named 'Play It Again Sam' is recovering from starvation. More>>
A California company is breaking ground on a new 340,000-square-foot cold storage distribution facility near the Port of Charleston. More>>
The focus of an NAACP meeting in downtown Charleston Thursday night was racial profiling by police. Leaders of the organization pointed to the shooting of 19-year-old Denzel Curnell last month as an example of racial profiling that ultimately led to his death.
The American Red Cross says it's in urgent need of blood donations. More>>
It peaks around the start of school, but already Lowcountry doctors are seeing a highly contagious, but common virus. Doctors are battling hand, foot, and mouth disease. More>>
The weekend will be quieter in terms of rain, but with more in the way of sunshine, temperatures will be heating up. More>>
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