An attorney for State Rep. Chris Corley, who has been suspended from the S.C. House of Representatives following his indictment on domestic violence and gun charges, says the lawmaker has not resigned his House seat.
A state prosecutor told a judge during a bond hearing for State Rep. Chris Corley that Corley punched his wife in the side of the head, bit her nose and scratched her face. The victim was able to call 911 using her Apple Watch.
More than 200 University of South Carolina students volunteered to participate in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service at seven different locations in Columbia. Here are highlights of some of the students at two of the locations -- the Carolina Children's Garden and God's Storehouse. (Video by Rob Thompson, The State)