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Charleston man arrested following police chase

Charleston, SC- Charleston police arrested a man suspected of driving a stolen vehicle earlier today.

Police identified the driver as 27-year-old David Capers from Charleston, SC. 130 more words


Rain-swollen South Carolina rivers prompt more evacuations

PLEASANT HILL, S.C. (AP) — A week after the heavy rains first began, some South Carolina residents are still evacuating and others are stacking up sandbags for more possible flooding even as the nation’s top security official prepares to inspect the damage firsthand. 116 more words


Boeing donates $100,000 for flooding relief in South Carolina

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC – Boeing announced Thursday it is donating $100,000 to provide immediate aid and relief to victims of the widespread flooding across South Carolina. 164 more words

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N. Charleston Officials to update Walter Scott lawsuit status at Thursday's Council Meeting

The North Charleston City Council is meeting Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers of City Hall in North Charleston.

At the meeting, they will give an update on a possible lawsuit by the family of Walter Scott who was shot and killed by former North Charleston Police Officer, Michael Slager as Scott tried to run away from a traffic stop. 60 more words


Victim identified in fatal two car accident on Rivers Avenue

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC – Officials have identified the man killed in an early morning accident on River Avenue as 64-year-old Calvin Lavert Walker.

The North Charleston Police Department responded to the scene of a two car accident with a fatality at Rivers Avenue and Eagle Landing at about 4 a.m. 116 more words


SCAM ALERT: Avoid fraudulent charities looking to profit off flood

COLUMBIA, S.C. – In response to the devastation of the recent flood, many South Carolinians are searching for ways to help victims. Secretary of State Mark Hammond and the SC Department of Consumer Affairs and advise consumers to be on the lookout for fake charities in the coming weeks. 367 more words


South Carolina still on edge from floods; 2 die in truck


GEORGETOWN, S.C. (AP) — Rivers rose and dams bulged Wednesday as South Carolina faced another anxious day of waiting for the floodwaters to recede, and search teams found the bodies of two people who died after they drove around a barricade and into standing water. 746 more words