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A Charleston man accused of storing hundreds of images of child pornography on a computer pleaded guilty this week in federal court.
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A South Carolina man originally got a $525 citation this week for refilling his soda without paying the 89 cents for a refill.
7 hrs ago | MyFoxPhilly
A man who faced a $525 fine for refilling an 89-cent drink at a Veterans Affairs hospital apparently will get off with a warning.
7 hrs ago | WTMA-AM North Charleston
A North Charleston man was arrested and charged with obstruction of justice in connection with a robbery from earlier this month.
11 hrs ago | Post and Courier
High tide combined with heavy rains made traveling through downtown Charleston streets a chore for cars and pedestrians in June 2013.
Attempts by state legislators to cut university funding over controversial plays and books are causing a backlash on South Carolina campuses.
Five health care systems in the Palmetto State, including the Medical University of South Carolina , have decided to become founding members of a new collaboration.
An Atlanta-based group has purchased the Cigar Factory, one of the largest and best-known buildings on the Charleston peninsula.
The partnership looks to create a model that brings technical talent to the local technology firms.
The woman accused of kidnapping her daughter from Isle of Palms two decades ago has initially agreed to be extradited from Australia, according to a Charleston attorney.
A North Charleston man was hit with a federal fine for refilling his drink without paying.
On Saturday, April 19, Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum is hosting "Paws at the Point" with Charleston Animal Society from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Patriots Point has partnered with Charleston Animal Society in helping Scrappy, Patriots Point's historic mascot, in welcoming canines and their families to Paws at the Point.
The Coast Guard says two ships have collided in a main shipping channel off the Virginia coast while a 751-foot cargo ship ran aground in high winds gusting up to 70 mph.
This city has always been, for me, the hometown that got away. I was born here in 1971, but I left for Kentucky before I could develop a geechee accent.
"Fun Home" by Alison Bechdel was selected by the Charleston Reads! committee for incoming freshman last year at the College of Charleston.
At 2:45 AM emergency personnel with the City of Charleston Fire Department, St. Andrews Fire Department, Charleston County EMS and City of Charleston Police Department were alerted to a possible structure fire in the 100 block of Bull Street.