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Friends of slain Charleston Black Lives Matter activist work to carry on legacy
Buy NowShakem Amen Akhet, left, and Pastor Thomas Ravenell lay out a few donated laptops that will be used for the youth academy named after Muhiyidin Moye a former Charleston Black Lives Matter activist who was shot around 1:24 a.m. Feb. 6, in New Orleans. The program will start on June 5 at the Su
Wrong-way driver kills person in head-on wreck in Charleston on I-26
After that first crash, the driver ended up traveling the wrong way on I-26 back toward downtown, police say. Near the entrance to the Ravenel Bridge, the wrong-way driver hit a second vehicle head-on.
FBI: Email scam cost South Carolina business $350K
The FBI is warning businesses about the dangers of Business Email Compromise (BEC) schemes, after two Nigerians have been arrested for a scam that cost a South Carolina company more than $350,000 dollars.
Man wanted in 2 homicides crashes into North Charleston officer’s car during chase
A man suspected of killing two people in separate shootings last year was arrested Thursday night after a chase that involved him hitting a North Charleston K-9 officer's vehicle, authorities said.The pursuit began around 9 p.m., when police and the U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force received
Racial slur, swastikas, "KKK" spray-painted on North Charleston bridge
Spencer Pryor, public information officer for the North Charleston Police Department, says a citizen reported the graffiti to city officials Thursday night.
South Carolina's poison center steps in as snake bites hit near-record pace
COLUMBIA — The woman didn't know what bit her — a spider, a snake. Something. The pain became excruciating. She was rushed to a hospital emergency room where the examining doctor was just as puzzled.But he knew who to call."Puss caterpillar," said Jill Michels, managing director of the Palmetto Pois
Mark Sanford says fearful Republicans ‘don’t want to be on the losing side’ of a Donald Trump tweet
FILE - In this Dec. 18, 2013, file photo, U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford, R-S.C., discusses his first months back in Congress during an interview in Mount Pleasant, S.C. Sanford, a former South Carolina governor now in Congress wants federal communications ...more >
U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn to hold North Charleston affordable housing town hall
U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn, D-Columbia, is inviting the public to a town hall discussion on affordable housing in North Charleston.Citing a recent Princeton University study that identified the city as having thehighest eviction rate in the country, and Post and Courier coverage on rising rents in South
Accused killer back in jail after James Island drug bust
Devante Marquez White, 25, is one two suspectsaccused of fatally shooting43-year-oldIrvin Green Sr.on James Island after a fight in 2014. He awaits a trial in the case and was released from jail last year after posting $150,000 bail, records show.
North Charleston man arrested with over 50 pounds of marijuana—street value $244,000
Shortly after 11 a.m., narcotics officers along with SWAT executed search warrants at 5226 and 5235 Prince St. North Charleston due to a narcotics investigation and several controlled purchases, according to the department.
Railroad Crossing at Red Bank Road & Highway 52 to Temporarily Close June 25th
Motorists must follow alternate routes. There will be two detours in place to assist with traffic flow. Detours signs, temporary markings, and traffic barrels will be set-up, indicating proper traffic flow.
Man turns self in, charged with attempted murder for James Island shooting
Ladson is being charged with Attempted Murder, Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a Violent Crime, and Malicious Injury to Personal Property.
Man charged after authorities find drugs, guns, money in 2 homes
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) - Shortly after 11 a.m. on June 15, Narcotics Officers along with SWAT executed search warrants for multiple locations in North Charleston.
Mistrial declared for Summerville man accused of Lincolnville murder
Trial for a Summerville man accused of breaking into a Lincolnville home last year and fatally shooting the occupant ended without a verdict this week.A judge declared a mistrial in the case againstJoseph Lamar Brown Jr., said Bruce DuRant, chief deputy solicitor for the 9th Circuit Solicitor's Offi
Amazing light show appears over the Lowcountry courtesy of Friday's severe weather
Locations impacted included North Charleston, Summerville, Middleton Place, Slands Bridge, Givhans Ferry State Park, Ridgeville, Cottageville and Givhans.
Fatal collision on I-26 to car traveling wrong way
After the collision, one of the vehicles ended up traveling the wrong way on I-26 back toward downtown, according to spokesman Charles Francis.
Lego replica USC's Williams-Brice Stadium made by Charleston resident
After a little thinking, David says choice was obvious. "I’ve always been a Carolina fan. I went to Carolina. I’ve been going to [William-Brice] Stadium since 1981. I’ve always had kind of a fascination with stadiums too. I don’t know what it is, just the structure of them."
Rep. Mark Sanford defeated in South Carolina after critical Trump tweet
Rep. Mark Sanford, one of President Trump's sharpest Republican critics in Congress, was ousted by a primary challenger on Tuesday after Trump waged an extraordinary last-minute effort to defeat him. The South Carolina representative lost to state legislator Katie Arrington, who won Trump's support
Suspect turned himself into Charleston PD following domestic violence incident
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) - The Charleston Police Department were able to apprehend the wanted suspect following an incident on June, 4.
After two shootings in close-knit James Island neighborhood, investigators say incidents related
Buy NowRayquon Roper, 21, stands outside the home on Greenhill Road on Tuesday where a shooting earlier that morning seriously injured one woman. Roper said he was visiting relatives at the house, 1097 Greenhill Road, when shots broke out around 3 a.m. as he slept.By Michael Majchrowicz mmajchrowicz