No way in, no way out. Neighbors in Chapin say every time it rains on their street, they're trapped in by floodwater because of a cleared tract of land that now allows the water to freely flow onto their properties.
As hundreds of thousands of South Carolinians have filed for unemployment due to COVID-19, some are still waiting for the cash to come in. One man who has been waiting for two months, but says he hasn't seen a dime.
We're all having to find a way to adapt to the stresses caused by the pandemic, but Sara Goldsby, the director at the Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services (DAODAS ) says that quarantine and/or self-isolation can be especially tough on people dealing with substance abuse.
While Governor McMaster has issued an executive order that prohibits the unlawful gathering of 3 or more people, some are saying it's not enough to thoroughly stop the spread of COVID-19 in South Carolina.
A deadly shooting in 2017 at a nightclub called the Black Pearl turned life upside down for everyone involved. That shooting led to the closure of the business, but the owner said he was shut down unjustly.