Beaufort dog owner Rebecca Bass talks about the moment when she realized that the photo of two of her dogs with actor Zac Efron was featured in the new Baywatch movie. Unfortunately one of the dogs did not live to see her cinematic debut.
The Friends of the Earth and the Sierra Club want the state Public Service Commission to help stop SCE&G from spending more money on building two atomic reactors in Fairfield County.
The environmental groups asked regulators Thursday, June 22, 2017 to stop the power company from completing its multi-billion dollar project.
York Police Department officers danced in this video that went viral after responding to a complaint about loud music at the party. The video, published on the department's Facebook page, got more than 22,000 hits.
Blanca Karina Barajas of Rock Hill and Travis Taylor of York were strangers, but they worked together on Sunday to try and save a motorcycle crash victim after a wreck on Cherry Road in Rock Hill. The two performed CPR; both said they have had training in how to perform it. The victim, a 55-year-old man from Columbia, died.
A Tennessee man called 911 after he and his wife were held hostage by Georgia inmates Donnie Rowe and Ricky Dubose. Both men had been on the road since June 13, 2017, when they reportedly killed two prison guards in an escape while in transit to another facility.
For Charlotte anchor Ben Williamson, early morning snacks and being on television for three hours led to a surprise belch while the cameras were rolling, causing meteorologist Lyndsay Tapases to lose her composure.
Nine candles were lit by leaders of local churches during a vigil for the Emanuel 9 hosted by the Unified Interfaith Community Coalition of Beaufort on Friday at the new Grace Chapel AME Church on Lady's Island.
Though he had no friends or family to represent him, veterans and other community members came out in force to attend the funeral for U.S. Navy veteran Raymond Thompson at Beaufort National Cemetery on Thursday.
Charlotte, NC resident Tisa L. Alexander shot this video from Charleston's Andrew Pinckney Inn on Monday, June 12, 2017 as Luke, a carriage horse with Charleston Carriage Works, bolts down the street carrying a load of tourists, jumps a curb and hits a parked car. The Charleston Post and Courier reports that only the carriage driver was injured and that the horse would be removed from service until a veterinarian cleared the horse.