Lillian Donahue

Lillian Donahue


Charleston, SC

Lillian joined the Live 5 News team in June 2019.

Recent Articles by Lillian

Hospitals see rare COVID-19 cases in fully vaccinated patients

Man returns home after 7-month battle with COVID-19

  Hospital Association reflects on best practices for vaccine distributions

  Police: 4 detained after shots fired at N. Charleston’s Tanger Outlet

  COVID-19 vaccine side effect could falsely look like breast cancer symptom

  Doctors urge more awareness for rare but life-threatening COVID-19 complication in kids

Rate of firearms found by TSA agents in S.C. ‘spiked’ in 2020

  Study of SC poverty rates show high evictions, food insecurity and childhood poverty

South Carolina National Guard returns to Mount Pleasant following DC deployment

  Crews find potential time capsule in base of Calhoun Statue in downtown Charleston

  More than 600 S.C. National Guard to assist in Washington, D.C.

  Mace says Trump’s legacy ‘wiped out’ during riot

Two dozen homeless veteran families in Charleston to receive housing assistance

Foster dog and 11 puppies saved on Thanksgiving Day

Mace celebrates projected U.S. House race victory

Nancy Mace wins U.S. House race beating Joe Cunningham

Harrison, Graham host campaign events in South Carolina

Family, friends honor Charleston EMT who died following battle with COVID-19

Estimated 380 citations given for shade devices, coolers, chairs on Sullivan’s Island during summer

Over 3,000 gallons of fuel spilled at Plum Island wastewater treatment plant

North Charleston neighbors looking to engage youth to help curb high crime rates

Lowcountry fire departments see climbing COVID-19 cases

Charleston Market at half capacity, changing layout during COVID-19 increase

Group holds peaceful protest in honor of Emanuel 9 victims

Activists, community leaders attend North Charleston ‘Say Their Names’ rally

MUSC recognizes graduates with drive through graduation

Four Lowcountry beach municipalities opt to continue access checkpoints

South Carolina Aquarium asking for public support to stay afloat during COVID-19

Lowcountry communities find ways to keep spring traditions alive amid cancellations

City of Charleston passes ordinance directing people to stay at home except for necessary trips