Friday, August 22 2014 8:13 AM EDT2014-08-22 12:13:32 GMT
Photo of armed robbery suspect (Source: University of South Carolina Division of Law Enforcement and Safety
A USC student was robbed at gunpoint early Thursday morning, according to the University of South Carolina Police Department. The student was walking through the USC Horseshow around 12:40 a.m. when heMore >>
A USC student was robbed at gunpoint early Thursday morning, according to the University of South Carolina Police Department.More >>
Friday, August 22 2014 12:42 PM EDT2014-08-22 16:42:01 GMT
Elgin police need help locating two men who they say broke into a car wash in the area and stole money from the control boxes. Investigators say the suspects broke into the Elgin Car Wash on Rose StreetMore >>
Elgin police need help locating two men who they say broke into a car wash in the area and stole money from the control boxes.More >>
By BRUCE SMITH Associated Press
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - It's been almost four years since the South Carolina Ports Authority announced plans to build a new $35 million cruise terminal in downtown Charleston to handle the city's expanded cruise industry.
And it's going on three years that the battles over the terminal have been working their way through the courts. The challenges to the terminal are coming from environmental, neighborhood and preservation groups in federal, state and administrative law courts. They won't be ending anytime soon.
The new year brings court activity on several fronts. Next week a mediation session is scheduled in the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals while a state administrative law judge also hears an appeal later this month. Both cases concern permits for pilings that will allow the new terminal to be built.
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