Young entrepreneurs Susana Cappello, Carolina Baigorri and Victoria Roca seek to create the “Smart Straw,” which detects the most common rape drugs when the straw is placed in a drink. The three are students at Gulliver Preparatory School in Miami, Fla.
Ben Skardon, a retired Army colonel and Clemson University professor emeritus, talks about his survival of the 1942 Bataan Death March and in Japanese prison camps. Skardon talks about how his Clemson class ring saved his life, thanks to fellow Clemson alumni Henry Leitner and Otis Morgan.
Clemson University alumnus and former professor Ben Skardon walked in his 10th Bataan Memorial Death in March of 2017. Skardon, 99, survived the 1942 Bataan Death March, where the Japanese forced 75,000 Filipino and American prisoners march 66 miles in 95-degree heat.
Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney unveiled President Donald Trump’s FY18 Budget. “We looked at this budget through the eyes of the people who are actually paying the bill,” Mulvaney said. Mulvaney was the former South Carolina District 5 representative before taking his current job in the White House.
As part of their Great Tastes of America campaign, McDonald's has been promoting their South Carolina stack with a commercial that caricatures Americans as they describe a burger with "sweet n'tangy South Carolina mustard sauce." The burger is only available in the U.K.
Four views of Tuesday's close-call tornado near Tybee Island, as recorded by Jammy McCall and Mike Russell from the North end of Tybee Island, Justin Knapp from the Back River and Nick James from on Tybee Island.
This 8-foot alligator was seen roaming Bluffton's Pinecrest neighborhood for at least a year, but things came to a head Saturday night when the alligator was found in the middle of the street and residents could not pass by. As the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Department responded, the alligator moved onto a front porch and yard nearby. Following S.C. Department of Natural Resources guidelines for gators of its size and location, it was captured and euthanized.
A red tail boa constrictor was found in December of 2015 in Robinson Preserve in Florida. The snake is now at Wildlife Inc. in Bradenton Beach. Florida has been dealing with the problem of invasive species, such as boa constrictors and pythons, after people release them into the wild.