President Donald Trump is planning a trip to the storm-ravaged Carolinas. The president may land in Myrtle Beach to visit Wilmington, N.C., and Horry County, where rising rivers are endangering residents.
More than 6,000 troops have fanned out across SC to aid state and local authorities as the Pee Dee and Horry County experience historic flooding from Hurricane Florence that’s expected to worsen over the next week.
In skirmishing before the latest S.C. public corruption trial, special prosecutor David Pascoe says allegations he was being vindictive when he charged ex-Rep. Jim Harrison with perjury are “patently false.”
Portions of I-95 still are closed in South Carolina and North Carolina because of flooding, according to transportation agencies in both states. In South Carolina, the miles closed increased to 17 from nine.
Former SC Gov. Nikki Haley took a break from her day job as UN ambassador to take part in a documentary about rock star Joan Jett, one of Haley’s personal heroes. The music legend’s movie premieres this month.
A woman did not realize that she trapped a bear inside of her van in Asheville, NC and tried to let it out, but not before it forced open a window by causing it to explode in a video that was shared on YouTube.
Prosecutors will seek the death penalty for the man accused of ‘brutally’ sexually molesting a 2-year-old boy and beating the toddler to death, the Eighth Circuit Solicitor’s Office announced Sept. 18, 2018. William Ryan Looper is charged with the murder of Brantley Justin Smith.
More than five months after the riot at Lee Correctional, inmates across eight South Carolina prisons are still under lockdown. Prisoners are confined to their cells for the majority of the day and have been since mid-April.
A Rock Hill, South Carolina, man avoided a possible life in prison without parole after he pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the 2016 shooting death of the dad of Georgia Tech football player Jerry Howard.
Two University of South Carolina students lost thousands of dollars after scammers posed as USC professors and job recruiters and asked them to send iTunes, Amazon or other types of gift cards as a condition of accepting a job.
Rep. Tom Rice, waiting on a helicopter at Grand Strand Airport on Tuesday morning, said he visited shelters in South Carolina in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. He said the Conway flooding showed a need for I-73.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster’s flight over soggy parts of the state turned from an observation trip to a rescue mission when he spotted two people stranded atop a flooded vehicle, surrounded by water rushing into the area from Florence.