The Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1. To prepare you for the beginning of this season, we're going to take a look at some of the state's most memorable storms.
While Hurricane Hugo made his presence known in the Charleston area of the Palmetto State, the storm still had enough steam to make his mark in the Midlands.
As we commemorate Hurricane Hugo's 20th anniversary, we wanted to introduce you to a special story. It seems in all the chaos of the storm, a child was brought into this world.
In time for the 15th anniversary of Hurricane Hugo, we asked WIS News 10 viewers in 2004 what they remembered about the 1989 storm that still has folks talking.
It's the 20th anniversary of the worst natural disaster in modern times in South Carolina. Hurricane Hugo, a Category 4 storm, smashed ashore at Charleston with its 135 mph winds 20 years ago on Monday.
Twenty years ago on Sept 21, 1989, Hurricane Hugo's winds blew their way into the history books of South Carolinians as the category 4 storm made landfall in Charleston.
More than 20 years after Hurricane Hugo struck the Charleston area, the former mayor of Folly Beach is taking a look back on the storm that changed his city forever.
In 2004, we asked you what you thought of Hurricane Frances. By the time it hit the Carolinas, it was a soaking tropical storm that flooded parts of the state.
You've likely heard the eerie coincidence by now that Wednesday is the 7 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
While people along the Gulf Coast are fleeing from Hurricane Katrina, disaster relief from South Carolina is headed right into the eye of the storm.
One Lexington man is one of the lucky ones who has been able to contact his family following Katrina.
South Carolina is getting ready for potentially thousands of evacuees from the Gulf Coast. When they arrive, city and state leaders want to make sure they feel at home.
William Young V is a new South Carolinian, whose parents, like many recent evacuees, are happy to be in the Midlands after running from Katrina.
Just days after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast of the United States, we asked WIS viewers what they thought about the storm and the response to it.