Top officials at Fort Jackson are taking on some of the responsibility following complaints of sub-standard housing conditions on base after the Army launched a nationwide effort to step-up inspections and increase transparency between military bases and their partners.
According to their website, the Auntie Karen Foundation’s mission is to create and implement a series of reproducible community outreach programs designed to empower, enlighten, and educate through the arts.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau provides information about financial institutions, including complaints. But NerdWallet and InvestigateTV have found examples of complaints that don't show up in the database.
Legacy Pharmaceutical Packaging is voluntarily recalling 43 lots of medication used to treat high blood pressure and congestive heart failure. Do not stop taking the medication until you have a new treatment plan prepared by a doctor or pharmacist.
Officials are looking for answers Sunday after a pair of ducks were found injured.Pictured surfaced on social media Sunday of a pair of ducks with blow dart injuries. One duck appears to have been shot in the head and the other in the neck.
Families of the 50 people killed in the Christchurch mosque shootings are enduring an increasingly agonizing wait for the bodies of victims to be released as New Zealand reels from the unprecedented tragedy.
I-95 was full of blue lights this week as Sumter County Sheriff’s Office pushed a traffic initiative called Operation Ice Storm. Officers were hoping to promote safer driving by showing a large police presence, but many of those incidents turned out to be more than just your average traffic stop.
A vigil organized by Christians, Jews and Muslims at Cleveland City Hall to remember the 49 killed in Christchurch, New Zealand was interrupted Friday by a President Donald Trump supporter driving a “BUILD THE WALL” float.
It’s been a little over a week since a fire ripped through several buildings in downtown Bamberg, and because of that fire, U.S. 301, which goes right through the center of downtown, is still closed off.
The report cited "a person who reviewed air traffic communications" from Sunday's flight saying controllers noticed the plane was moving up and down by hundreds of feet. An airline spokesman has said the pilot was given permission to return. But the plane crashed, killing all 157 on board.
Emergency crews are on scene at the Myrtle Beach International Airport after a military aircraft experienced an in-flight issue Thursday, according to Lt. Jonathan Evans with the Myrtle Beach Fire Department.