Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell, one of three finalists for the job of president of the College of Charleston, addressed and took questions from hundreds of
COLUMBIA - A Senate panel advanced a bill that would seek an exemption for a type of medical marijuana extract that helps those with severe forms of e
Four of U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham's Republican primary opponents have inked a deal to oppose him all the way to the end.
As a jury was expected to hear closing arguments Thursday in his third murder trial, Rick Morrocco Williams decided to plead guilty to lesser charges
The next duel over House Speaker Bobby Harrell's grand jury investigation could - and should - play out in public, a media rights attorney says.
COLUMBIA - South Carolina ripped through its non-conference season like a knife slicing butter, barely slowing down even
COLUMBIA - A proposal to care for some of the most delicate newborns at Trident Medical Center stalled Thursday after the governing board at the Depar
CLEMSON - Jadeveon Clowney's status as a top-tier NFL draft prospect seems to have fewer questions than his colleagues and competitors.
Janet Cone learned to love basketball as a middle school kid growing up in Summerville. She was fascinated with the late Frank McGuire, his nationally
A downtown Charleston man has been arrested on a charge of filing a false police report after he said Tuesday morning that someone pointed a gun at hi
Starting Thursday, about 9,500 homes on James Island and in North Charleston will receive all-in-one recycling carts as part of Charleston County's si
Johns Island - The Lowcountry Open Land Trust has raised $3.3 million to purchase and preserve the last piece of land ne
By JIM KUHNHENN
- Thursday, March 13, 2014
WASHINGTON -- Seeking to influence workers' incomes where possible, President Barack Obama signed a presidential memorandum Thursday directing the Lab
With The Citadel's spring football game set for 1 p.m. Saturday at Johnson Hagood Stadium, new coach Mike Houston talks about how his defense has prog
The Citadel baseball team, picked to finish second in the Southern Conference this season, opens league play this weekend with a series at Davidson.