During a nightmare of a night nearly 15 months ago, Jordan Dinsmore jumped out of her own car to escape kidnappers who planned to rape her. Today, the USC student is pursuing a career in law enforcement
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.
A man exposed himself to a gas station clerk in Orangeburg on Friday. He wished the woman a “blessed day” before he alleged flashed her. The sheriff’s department is now looking for the indecent exposure suspect.
Two Florence deputies are out of the hospital after surviving a police shooting that left six wounded and one dead. Deputies Sarah Miller and Arie Davis left the hospital Friday. The South Carolina cop shooting shocked the state and nation
SC Attorney General Alan Wilson’s image has been tarnished by a report accusing him of protecting friends in a State House corruption probe. But, in the Nov. 6 election, the Republican still is the one to beat.
The Sparkleberry Country Fair in northeast Columbia is losing its home at the Clemson Sandhill Research Center, where it’s been held for 23 years. The fair supports teachers, students in Richland District 2.
A 53-year-old man died Wednesday while crossing a downtown street. The man was identified as Timothy Jerome Gadsden, of Columbia, who died at about 6:13 a.m. after being struck by a car at the intersection of Taylor and Gadsden Streets.
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.
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.
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.