COLUMBIA — South Carolina jurist Michelle Childs — recently under consideration for a slot on the U.S. Supreme Court — is one step closer to confirmation for the federal court typically seen as a proving ground for the nation's highest…
A North man died in a two-vehicle collision in Orangeburg County on Wednesday night, according to S.C. Highway Patrol Master Trooper David Jones.
BEREA, Ohio — Deshaun Watson was impossible to miss in his orange jersey, pants and helmet — the one with "Watson" taped on the front just in case anyone wasn't sure.
COLUMBIA – Robert Thomas Iron Design LLC, a modern blacksmithing company, announced Thursday plans to expand operations in Charleston County. The company’s $2.9 million investment will create 45 new jobs over the next three years.
Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has asked for urgent international help as his country suffers from a severe financial crisis. For months, Sri Lankans have been enduring shortages of necessities because of the country’s lack of foreign currency to pay…
FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Johnny Depp was back on the witness stand Wednesday in his libel suit against ex-wife Amber Heard.
The Orangeburg County School District says there will be a larger law enforcement presence at its schools following the shooting incident in Texas on Tuesday.
The Department of Athletics at South Carolina State University has announced national searches for the next head men’s and women’s basketball coaches. CarrSports Consulting will assist with both searches.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Travis Etienne had several regrets about having to sit out his rookie season. He longed for the camaraderie, the competition and the chance to play in the NFL, his main goal since he was a kid growing…
A new South Carolina law establishes on most of South Carolina’s major reservoirs a new 100-foot distance limit that boats underway must observe when approaching a dock, a person in the water or an anchored vessel.
To help prepare for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the S.C. Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division will be holding courtesy boat inspections at public boat landings across the state.