Joseph James DeAngelo, 72, has been charged in connection with the Golden State Killer, East Area Rapist case, officials announced Wednesday, April 25, 2018. Jane Carson-Sandler, his fifth victim, said she is overjoyed.
A high-tech Bluffton home built by HGTV is being given away in its Smart Home Sweepstakes, and the network is letting people have two chances a day to win it. Entries are being accepted on the contest website now through June 7, 2018.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster is coming to the Myrtle Beach area. McMaster will be speaking at Coastal Carolina University on Monday, April 23, 2018. McMaster will speak at 7 p.m. at the Johnson Auditorium in CCU's Wall College of Business. The College Republicans are co-hosting.
He shoplifted from a Kohl's, crashed his car into a light pole and ran from Lexington police through the woods, police say. But when the suspect hustled through the Hope Ferry Plantation neighborhood, he made the mistake of running to the home of soon-to-be S.C. House member Chris Wooten, a former state trooper and Marine.
Dashcam footage from the South Carolina Highway Patrol shows a North Carolina 18-year-old screaming and claiming to be Jesus as he is handcuffed after crashing a stolen truck in Richland County. The Waxhaw teenager was charged with DUI.
Charleston drivers dealt with traffic as they had their early-morning commute disturbed by a 6-foot-long alligator that was captured by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources on an exit ramp of Interstate 526.
The S.C. House is set to amend the state's $8.2 billion proposed budget as soon as Thursday, April 26, 2018, adding money to cover the cost of hiring school resource officers to help S.C. public schools without an armed officer on site.
A Lexington, SC woman who was returning to Columbia with her husband to pursue her studies as a nurse became ill on an American Airlines flight from Hawaii to Texas and died in the hospital after suffering an embolism, according to a lawsuit.
The Leapfrog Group published its biannual Hospital Safety Scores, evaluating South Carolina hospitals on errors, accidents, injuries and infections that collectively are the third leading cause of death in the United States., and 14 As were scored.