Officials say 27-year-old Kimberly Nicole Parker was cleaning a client’s home on Aug. 10 when she took the ring, which was a gift from the victim’s late husband. It happened at a home on Christopher Road.
Representatives from the North Carolina Department of Social Services say they do not take children into custody unless there is an imminent risk of danger even if the parent or caregiver has a lengthy criminal record.
Bishopville is divided over a proposed bypass. It's a bypass that Bishopville City Council shot down, but now it's back.Lee County administrators said $20 million in federal funds have been allocated to build this bypass.
Doctors say the measles virus is extremely contagious and can be spread by just being in the same room as an infected person. Just this month alone, the CDC says 68 people contracted the illness. WIS is digging deeper to see if we're at risk in South Carolina.
As we continue to look into just what happened with a murder-suicide at the University of South Carolina on Thursday, our investigates team pulled information on other school shootings in the state dating back to the 1980s.
After former Lexington Sheriff James Metts submitted a plea deal in his bribery case, the South Carolina Sheriff's Association says having term limits for sheriffs will not keep something like this from happening again.
Earlier this week in a WIS undercover investigation, we took you inside the shops, and face-to-face with those apparently selling synthetic marijuana brands as identified by the drug enforcement administration.
The Columbia area is home to dozens of running events. From 5K's to a full marathon and plenty of distances in between.Some, like the Governor's Cup races earlier this month, have been around for decades.And while most seem to go off without a hitch, one that's supposed to take place in three weeks appears to be in trouble.
Columbia (WIS)- It's a sign that the end of the month is near. Folks waiting in line to pay property taxes at the County Treasurer's office. It's not something a lot of folks like to do, but when taxes
Marines in Afghanistan report they're making progress in the war's largest offensive to date. It's also seen as a critical test of President Obama's strategy to ramp up troop levels and pave the way for a new civilian government.
A young man charged with the murder of a middle school teacher is a former student, according to our police sources. Late Wednesday afternoon, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department charged Ashanti Braylan Bess, 22, with murder in the death of 38-year-old Anthony Davis.
Soldiers from a Colorado unit accused in nearly a dozen slayings since returning home - including a couple gunned down as they put up a garage sale sign - could be showing a hostility fueled by intense combat in Iraq, the military said Wednesday.
The Obama administration on Thursday authorized the seizure of assets belonging to an extremist organization in Iraq and an Iranian backer of insurgents, saying both are responsible for deadly attacks in Iraq.
Every day, hundreds of travelers hop a short ferry ride to San Francisco's infamous Alcatraz. For most the trip will include a few hours of sightseeing and a short ride back. But soon some could end up extending their visit.
Key provisions of the $106 billion bill to fund military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan through the remainder of the fiscal year ending Sept. 30. $79.9 billion for defense and intelligence activities
NBC News is reporting a senior administration official told them that former astronaut Charles F. Bolden, Jr. will meet with President Obama in the Oval Office on Monday morning and likely will be appointed the new NASA administrator.
A man accused of running a child pornography ring by contracting with babysitters to bring him children he eventually molested has been captured in Brazil and returned to the United States to face charges.
As loud as protesters were outside Bank of America's shareholder's meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina, it was the stockholders inside who voiced their displeasure mainly at Bank Chairman and CEO Ken Lewis.
A Southern California woman claims her father was the infamous Zodiac killer who terrorized the Bay Area in the 1960s and 1970s, and said she helped him write and mail the letters that earned him the sensational nickname.
As President Obama asks for 83 billion dollars more to fund operations in Iraq an Afghanistan there are mounting concerns over the mental health of U.S. troops, specifically those returning from the battlefield.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that the number of swine flu cases in the United States has topped 100, with confirmed infections in 11 states including South Carolina and Georgia.