Country star Kane Brown appears in selfie with employee at Virginia travel center

Angie Graves was working at the Subway at White’s Travel Center along Interstate 81/64 on Thursday morning when she spied country music star Kane Brown.

SC for Ed data shows districts still looking for over 1,000 teachers before school year

Lexington Co. deputy recovering after being injured in crash

  SC announces 1,295 new COVID-19 cases, 44 more deaths Thursday

Neil Young is suing Trump’s reelection campaign for copyright infringement

Charleston police searching for missing 15-year-old runaway

Famously Hot New Year organizers say celebration will likely be virtual due to COVID-19

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Clemson ranked No. 1 in preseason Coaches Poll

  S.C. unemployment filings count since start of pandemic now tops 700K

53-year-old woman missing from West Columbia since Saturday

  S.C. representative says resuming face-to-face learning during high COVID-19 spread is ‘irresponsible'

Police: Missing 17-year-old girl found safe, back with family

  Fact or Fiction: Profiting off pandemic patients?

  Fact or Fiction: Profiting off pandemic patients?

Some social media posts that are circulating question whether the count of COVID cases is accurate, claiming that hospitals could be inclined to inflate the numbers for financial benefit.

  Only slight improvement in available child care, organizations can now apply to temporarily fill that need

In early April, DSS announced more than 50% of all licensed child care facilities in South Carolina had closed.

Police searching for Charleston teen missing more than a week

Police are searching for a 16-year-old girl who has been missing for a week.

  DSS: Staffers and sheriff’s departments going door-to-door to locate 3,030 unaccounted for students

In June, WIS reported a South Carolina Department of Education survey was unable to contact more than 16,000 students.

  SC announces 1,175 new COVID-19 cases, 45 more deaths Wednesday

  SC education leaders discuss survey results regarding teachers’ COVID experiences

  Community effort needed to keep Lexington One school doors open

  SC school districts work to finalize meal programs

  Fight over private school grants could be heading to the SC Supreme Court

  Gilbert Elementary prepares to reopen with new learning environment amidst pandemic

  Gilbert Elementary prepares to reopen with new learning environment amidst pandemic

Tending to students and staff needs remains a top priority as Gilbert Elementary transitions back to school amid a pandemic.

Free meals for children available from Columbia Parks and Recreation Aug. 10 to 28

Parks and Rec said it wanted to provide some help for families as they get ready to go back to school.

  New poll shows Graham, Harrison within points of each other but experts say path for Harrison is ‘very narrow'

According to the Morning Consult, a non-partisan polling firm, Senator Lindsey Graham is only one point ahead of his Democratic challenger, former South Carolina Democratic Party Chair Jamie Harrison.

  Henderson, Texas, golf course groundskeeper survives lightning strike

According to the Rusk County Office of Emergency Management, they were called out to the Henderson Country Club at around 8:35 a.m. for a person who had been struck by lightning.

  After three weeks in the hospital, 97-year-old Rosa Lee Tyson beats COVID-19

A Rowan County man was determined to see his 97-year-old mother get better after she was diagnosed with COVID-19.

Pair of Gamecocks have opted out of upcoming football season

Head coach Will Muschamp said both players will remain on scholarship, but they both have returned home to be with their families.

Person apologizes for putting Trump 2020 sticker on N.C. bear, group says

The person responsible for putting a Trump 2020 sticker on an Asheville bear has come forward and apologized for their actions

N.C. man pleads guilty to attacking, strangling woman over 20 years ago in Myrtle Beach area

A judge sentenced a North Carolina man to 10 years in prison for attacking and strangling a woman in the Myrtle Beach area more than 20 years ago.

Coroner identifies pedestrian killed in crash on I-20 at Clemson Road

Police say two cars hit the man, but only one stopped.

Coroner: Newberry Co. man identified as victim of motorcycle crash in Chapin

Officials said the collision happened on the 2200 block of Chapin Road just after 3 p.m. on August 1.

SC Coaches for Charity to be held virtually on Thursday

The virtual event will allow fans to hear from their favorite college football coaches from around the state for free.

Missing 16-year-old from Columbia found safe in Alabama

Officials thank everyone who shared the alert to help find him.

  SCHSL sets new dates for fall sports, football season to start Sept. 25

The league voted to begin football’s regular season on September 25.

  COVID-19 vaccine developer eyeing doses for less than $40

One of the U.S. companies working on a COVID-19 vaccine has released an anticipated price range for doses.

  S.C. Aquarium releases its 300th rehabilitated sea turtle back into the ocean

The South Carolina Aquarium will release six Kemp’s ridley sea turtles Wednesday morning, marking its 300th release of rehabilitated turtles.

GreenWise Market locations in SC closing permanently

The Lexington location opened on Dec. 4, 2019 while the Mount Pleasant location opened May 23, 2019.

  SC bus driver expresses COVID-19 concerns: “We’re the first to come in contact with students”

According to safety measures in place by the South Carolina Department of Education, buses will have no more than 67% capacity with only one student per seat, when possible.

Carowinds to remain closed for rest of 2020 due to coronavirus pandemic

Carowinds will remain closed for the rest of 2020 due to challenges surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

  About 50 dogs seized from home in Chester County, S.C.

The incident happened at a home on Berrywood Lane in Fort Lawn, South Carolina.

  Community gathers for first responders parade on ‘National Night Out'

The event even offered a prize for the best-decorated spectator vehicle.

  DOR final audit reports Richland County misspent over $30 million taxpayer dollars

The Penny Tax Program, passed in 2012, is meant to fund transportation projects including highways, roads, bridges, mass transit systems, and other transportation projects.

  US Army’s Black Daggers parachute team thanks SC health care workers

They did a parachute demonstration into Lexington Medical Center’s campus as part of the Army’s salute to health care workers in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  Ryan Reynolds says he regrets having wedding at Boone Hall Plantation

Ryan Reynolds says he regrets having his wedding at Boone Hall. Reynolds and Blake Lively got married at the plantation in 2012.

  After Isaias, cleanup begins for Murrells Inlet resident

The storm surge from Hurricane Isaias put her first floor under a more than a foot of water.

  SC families with internet issues say they have no choice but to send children back to school

The coronavirus pandemic continues to shine a light on how many South Carolinians are truly in the dark when it comes to internet access.

  ‘Pathways from Prison’ initiative at Claflin University aims to change lives of inmates

This new initiative at Claflin University is designed to transform inmates’ lives in South Carolina federal and state prisons.

  13-year-old boy saves money, donates over 300 backpacks to community

On Tuesday, Jaylin Clyburn held his second backpack and school supply drive. He also had one on Saturday. Jaylin says he wanted to make sure every kid’s hand was filled with a backpack.

Two arrested in connection with armed robbery of Orangeburg convenience store

OCSO also believes the two men are possible suspects in other incidents, including a previous robbery in Cope.

Ocean Isle Beach bears the brunt of Hurricane Isaias

Isaias briefly intensified to a Category 1 hurricane Monday, August 3 before making an official landfall at Ocean Isle Beach in Brunswick County at 11:10 p.m.

  Columbia extends face mask requirement for 2 more months

This ordinance will expire on the 61st day after its enactment.

FBI determines ‘suspicious’ water bottles from Columbia protests were harmless

At the time, CPD and RCSD said the water bottles were a sign that protesters wanted to hurt officers.

2 dead, dozens injured, 300K+ lose power after Isaias hits North Carolina

Damaging winds and likely tornadoes spun out from the storm, including one in Bertie County that tragically killed two people and sent about a dozen others to the hospital.

SLIDESHOW: Damage from Isaias stretches across Grand Strand

Hurricane Isaias brought category one winds and storm surge as passed offshore of the Grand Strand Monday night.

  Sen. Graham ‘disappointed’ in cancelation of 2020 Palmetto Bowl

Sen. Lindsey Graham took a moment during a press conference on Monday to discuss the cancelation of this year’s rivalry game between South Carolina and Clemson.

The Citadel reports 3 new COVID-19 cases

The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases at The Citadel has now reached 42, officials at the military school said Monday.

Over 100 baby sea turtles found dead in Cherry Grove after Hurricane Isaias

A combination of the high tide and storm surge from Hurricane Isaias appears to have resulted in the deaths of over 100 baby sea turtles in the Cherry Grove area of North Myrtle Beach.

  ‘Didn’t expect it to be as bad as it was’: Isaias takes out part of N. Myrtle Beach pier

Locals and tourists also said the storm surge brought about a foot of water about two blocks away from the beach.

Two missing children, mom found safe after Bertie County tornado

Two children and their mother who were believed to have been missing after a tornado destroyed a mobile home park all have been found safe.

  ‘Didn’t expect it to be as bad as it was’: Isaias takes out part of N. Myrtle Beach pier

Locals and tourists also said the storm surge brought about a foot of water about two blocks away from the beach.

Two missing children, mom found safe after Bertie County tornado

Two children and their mother who were believed to have been missing after a tornado destroyed a mobile home park all have been found safe.

Officials: Missing 16-year-old girl located in W. Virginia

A 16-year-old girl who has been missing since May has now been located.

Deputies: 15-year-old girl who ran away from home located

Officials say she may be in the Myrtle Beach area.

TRACKING ISAIAS: Storm takes aim at the Mid-Atlantic/New England

We’re keeping a close eye on Isaias, which made landfall along the North Carolina coast Monday night.

Crews in NMB rescue drivers on flooded roads, respond to multiple house fires

North Myrtle Beach crews responded to several house fires Monday night as Hurricane Isaias impacted the Grand Strand.

HCFR crews help battle multiple house fires in Ocean Isle Beach after Isaias makes landfall

Horry County Fire Rescue crews assisted firefighters in Ocean Isle Beach battle multiple house fires as Hurricane Isaias passed through the Carolinas.

  Lawmakers, health officials seek to bridge the broadband internet gap in SC

On Monday, Senator Lindsey Graham met with healthcare leaders across the state ahead of introducing a bill this week called the Governor’s Broadband Development Fund.

Man arrested in connection with deadly boat crash on Broad River

A 27-year-old from Chapin and 28-year-old from Irmo died in the crash.

  DHEC: 1,105 new COVID-19 cases, 11 more deaths in SC

Monday's report brings the total number of people with confirmed cases since the outbreak began to 92,404 and confirmed deaths to 1,721.

  Everyone must wear face masks inside SC restaurants starting at 5 p.m. Monday, governor orders

Gov. Henry McMaster announced the order July 29 in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Former Spring Valley HS standout opts out of upcoming NFL season

Christian Miller, a former star at Spring Valley High who went on to play at Alabama during his college years, is the second Panthers player to opt out this season.

  WATCH: Cayce police looking for witnesses of deadly weekend shooting

Two people died in the shooting and another was seriously hurt.

Deputies: One dead, two others injured during shooting at large gathering in Fairfield County

According to the sheriff’s office, the shooting happened in the Blair area on Cole Trestle Road early Sunday morning.

Grandmother of Kentucky students wants school to remove ‘Black Lives Matter’ from digital sign

The grandmother says she thinks the message will lead to life long discrimination.

Sumter woman dies after being dragged by car during fight, driver arrested

Officials said Tomekia Moore is charged with felony driving under the influence resulting in death, leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death, and failure to render aid.

“Our entire family has COVID”: Molly Grantham shares ‘surreal’ diagnosis while raising newborn

To be clear, I didn’t want to tell you guys until we were out of the woods. I didn’t want to cause unnecessary alarm.

CPD: Man shot in residential area of north Columbia

It happened in the 5100 block of Middleton Street, near North Main Street.

Myrtle Beach Police searching for missing swimmer

Myrtle Beach Police are searching for a missing swimmer.

Teacher among four from South Carolina killed in Alaska plane crash

The Spartanburg County School District Six Facebook page said Dawkins Middle school art teacher, Heather Hulsey, died in a plane accident during a trip to Alaska.