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Report: Teacher dragged, kicked 11-year-old student at Goose Creek Elementary
Once in the hall, Fenton stated the teacher kicked the student’s leg out of the doorway before slamming the door closed and locking it, which could be seen on school security camera video.
Deputies searching for driver following morning pursuit on James Island
JOHNS ISLAND, S.C. (WCBD) - This morning, just after 2:00 a.m., a deputy attempted a traffic stop on a vehicle for an equipment violation in the area of Halle Road and St. Johns Woods Parkway on Johns Island, according to Public Information Officer Roger Antonio with the Charleston County Sheriff's
'Simply not flushable': Thousands of pounds of wipes clog Charleston Water System plant
Mike Saia, communication manager with Charleston Water System, said the department hopes people take note of this situation.
Colleton County SC Sheriff Drama
The town ofWalterboro, South Carolina – a.k.a. the “Front Porch of the Lowcountry” – is reeling from a sex scandal involving its local sheriff,R.A. Strickland.
Report: Duo steal car after shooting driver who was relieving himself on the side of the road
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Investigators have arrested two men accused of stealing a car after shooting the driver who had pulled off the side of the road to relieve himself.Orangeburg County Sheriff Leroy Ravenell announced the arrest of 29-year-old Kendall Goodwin and 28-year-old Dante Huggins who we
Report: Orangeburg County high school student chokes student with belt on bus
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - The Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after they say a high school student choked another student with a belt while on the bus.It happened last Wednesday in the Orangeburg County Consolidated School District Three. The students involved attended Lake Marion
White Woman Calls 911 On Black Anti-Violence Activists At South Carolina Gas Station
“It’s like a riot out here,” the woman said of the group, which included many young children.
Big weather changes arrive tomorrow
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A cold front set to arrive late today will bring the biggest cool down that we have seen since back in Spring. Ahead of the front, clouds are on the increase today and we can’t rule out a few showers. Temperatures will be unseasonably warm for one last time before the cold fr
Mount Pleasant restaurant owner arrested for assault on employee
According to police records, 35-year-old William Gillespie Jr., is accused of physically assaulting an employee while in possession of a gun in July 2018.
Charleston PD asking for the public's assistance on locating a missing person
John Quinton Bailey was last seen on Monday, October 8, 2018 driving in his grey colored truck, Francis stated.
Three Goose Creek, Ladson area schools on lockdown for armed student on Stratford campus
The schools on precautionary lockdown include Stratford High School, College Park Middle and College Park Elementary, BCSD said on Twitter.
Accident with injuries snarls traffic, closes lane on I-526
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) —The left lane on I-526 at Clements Ferry Road Eastbound was blocked Tuesday afternoon after an accident with injuries.Photos of the scene show a car halfway on top of the interstate median.The call came in around 1:45 p.m, according to Charleston County dispatch.The No
Lowcountry congressional candidates Katie Arrington and Joe Cunningham spar in first debate
The jabs started early and never stopped between Republican Katie Arrington and Democrat Joe Cunningham during their first — and likely only — debate in South Carolina's 1st Congressional District.And when both Arrington and Cunningham had already used up their three rebuttals apiece halfway through
Walterboro store owner under fire says she didn’t grab cancer survivor
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -A Walterboro convenience store owner who is under fire for asking a cancer survivor to cover his face is speaking for the first time.Kirby Evans, who lost one eye and his nose while fighting cancer claims he was mistreated at Forks Pit Stop in Walterboro.Evans is a regular cus
Ninth annual Fall Festival at Mount Pleasant Towne Centre
Celebrate Halloween a little early this year at Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 27 from noon-3 pm at Mount Pleasant Towne Centre. Fall Festival will be held at The Oaks, Towne Centre’s new park located across from Barnes & Noble. Fall Festival includes the annual pet costume contest, a jump castle,
Emergency crews responding to North Charleston shipyard fire
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Emergency crews are responding to a fire at the North Charleston shipyard.According to emergency officials, it’s in the area of the Denton Shipyard on the 1600 block of Dry Dock Avenue.North Charleston fire is responding.A call for the incident came in at 1:31 p.m.Copyright 2
Report: Summerville man stabs employee multiple times over food order at Mexican restaurant
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Authorities have arrested a Summerville man accused of stabbing an employee multiple times over a food order at an Upstate Mexican restaurant.The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office charged 26-year-old James Edward Lowery, Jr. of Summerville with attempted murder and possessio
Charleston deputies arrest 17-year-old in connection with James Island shooting
Charleston deputies have arrested a 17-year-old in connection with a shooting late last week on James Island that left two people injured, authorities said.Rome Javon Richardson, 17, of Seaside Lane on James Island, was arrested and charged with two counts of attempted murder and one county of posse
What happens when you flush wet wipes? This SC city had to send divers into the sewer
Then we sent divers 80-90 feet deep into the wet well/raw sewage to search in complete darkness with their hands to find and identify the obstruction. As we expected, they came up with these large masses of wipes in their first two loads, with more to come.pic.twitter.com/XcmZXf9ECF
Charleston beer community bids farewell to downtown pioneer Closed for Business
Closed for Business, which within a few weeks will finally make good on its name, should be remembered as a local beer pioneer, members of the Charleston beer community say.“Not many know, but they were the first to carry a beer engine and offer cask ale,” saysCharleston Beer Weekorganizer Chrys Ryn