Before she died, Joan Staub was a beloved member of the Rosewood neighborhood of Columbia. Staub’s suspected killer, Peggy Bowers, was a sometimes-homeless woman who lived with her on and off for nearly 10 years.
The 2018 SC State Fair has started. Here’s a guide to dates, tickets, concerts, rides, food, parking and what’s new this year. Highlights include discount days and shows by Scotty McCreery and The Temptations.
British Airways is offering non-stop flights from Charleston International Airport to Heathrow Airport in London. They will be the first regular, non-stop transatlantic passenger flights to originate from S.C.
An 18-year-old student at West Greenville School was caught with a knife going through a metal detector, confessed it was for cocaine, saying she just snorted eight lines before school, Greenville police say.
A SC woman is guilty of pretending to be a Homeland Security, or U.S. Citizenship and Immigration employee to immigrants and offering to help them for a fee and creating fake documents, prosecutor says.
Voters in Lexington District 1 will decide whether to foot a $365 million bill, which would be used to fund the construction of new schools and renovations at dozens of others in the rapidly growing district.
Columbia Fire Department trained in a donated building on Thursday. The training simulated an actual commercial structure fire. The drill was part of a program to use real building for fire fighter training purposes.
A Greenville, SC man is going to prison after he bit off his ex-girlfriend’s lip when she refused to kiss him, prosecutor says, adding doctors were not able to reattach her lip and she has permanent damage.
The Spartanburg Police Department have arrested one teenager and are seeking two others in conncection with an Oct. 13 shooting at a Cookout fast food restaurant . Two of the teens face attempted murder charges.
The Lexington Police Department responded to a shooting Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 in the 300 block of Roberts Street, warning residents to keep their doors locked before a tip helped to track down teen suspect.
A Richland County man was arrested after officers said he allegedly tried to kill someone in West Columbia. Antonio Eugene Howell, 37, of Columbia, was charged with attempted murder and possession of a firearm during a violent crime.
The S.C. Probation, Parole and Pardon Board grants about 400 pardons a year to convicts who have served their time. A pardon is the state’s way of forgiving the legal consequences of a crime. Here’s a look at the crimes SC pardoned on Sept. 5, 2018.
South Carolina businesses with worker shortages pushed an expansion of the state’s law defining what crimes are eligible for expungement. Advocates say the state could do more to erase criminal records for some ex-offenders.