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SC's sea turtle hospital admits one of the largest reptiles in the world
South Carolina
For the first time in South Carolina history, a rare leatherback sea turtle is being treated at the South Carolina Aquarium Sea Turtle Hospital in Charleston
March 27 2015
Convicted armed robber serving life sentence denied attempt at early release
South Carolina
The S.C. Court of Appeals has denied a 23-year-old man’s attempt at an early release on a life sentence related to two armed robbery convictions in Charleston County.
March 20 2015
Professor among two dead in University of South Carolina shooting
South Carolina
By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) - A University of South Carolina professor died of multiple gunshot wounds to his upper body after being shot in an apparent murder-suicide in a campus building in downtown Columbia, a coroner said on Friday. Dr. Raja Fayad, 45, appeared to be the victim in Thursday's incident, Richland County Coroner Gary Watts said. He was shot with a semi-automatic ...
February 25 2015
Woman vows to be face of domestic violence after attack
Charleston, South Carolina
After spending three days at Medical University Hospital, Michele Messer was released Wednesday night. Her injuries are difficult to look at, but her courage is something to behold.
February 25 2015
Bond granted for Heather Elvis murder suspects
Charleston, South Carolina
Bond has been granted for both Sidney and Tammy Moorer, the couple accused of the kidnapping and murder of Heather Elvis.The bond was set by a Charleston judge Friday.
February 22 2015
FULL VIDEO: Heather Elvis murder suspects' bond hearing
Charleston, South Carolina
Bond has been granted for both Sidney and Tammy Moorer, the couple accused of the kidnapping and murder of Heather Elvis. View full video of the hearing here.
February 06 2015
WATCH LIVE: Heather Elvis murder suspects' bond hearing
Charleston, South Carolina
The bond hearing for Tammy and Sidney Moorer is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Friday morning in Charleston. WMBF News has cameras in the courtroom and is live-streaming the proceedings. 
February 06 2015
Heather Elvis murder suspects' bond hearing delayed by one hour
Charleston, South Carolina
The bond hearing for Tammy and Sidney Moorer is now scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Friday morning in Charleston. WMBF News will have cameras in the courtroom and is live-streaming the proceedings on  WMBFNews.com .
February 06 2015
Inmate serving life in prison charged in 1999 cold case
North Charleston, South Carolina
A 51-year-old man who is currently serving life in prison has been charged in the December 1999 murder of a woman in North Charleston.
January 30 2015
16-Year-Old Teen Stabs South Carolina Classmate To Death Over Snapchat Message
Charleston, South Carolina
In yet another case of a Snapchat related crime, a 16-year-old boy from Charleston, South Carolina was arrested after he fatally stabbed a 17-year-old fellow student. According to ABC News, the student who has been killed has been identified as Lucas Cavanaugh. He was stabbed by the accused, Matthew Joseph Fischer after he became upset 16-Year-Old Teen Stabs South Carolina Classmate To Death ...
January 23 2015
CDC reports the flu shot is not as effective this season
West Virginia
Dozens of people have died from the flu in South Carolina so far this flu season and close to 2000 people have been hospitalized.Doctors in the Lowcountry are concerned about the severity of the flu."In our four offices in the month of December we saw over 1000 flu cases," said Henry Spradlin, Physician Assistant and Operator at Health First in West Ashley.In fact, Charleston County ranks among ...
January 20 2015
Watch: Judge Exonerates 14-Year-Old Boy Executed in 1944
Charleston, South Carolina
A judge overturns the murder conviction of George Stinney, a black teenager who was sent to the electric chair for the murders of two white girls in South Carolina.
January 17 2015
Telepsychiatry: the New Frontier in Mental Health
Charleston, south carolina
When Hind Benjelloun, a District of Columbia-based crisis psychiatrist with InSight Telepsychiatry, works an overnight shift, there's never a dull moment. Like telemedicine, telepsychiatry relies on technology to bring clinical medicine to patients, rather than the other way around. Telepsychiatric services are growing, and the advantage is that such technology opens access to care, particularly ...
January 15 2015
Charleston area medical center to pay feds $1 million
Charleston, south carolina
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The owners of an urgent care network in the Lowcountry must pay the federal government more than $1 million to settle fraud allegations. Local media outlets report U.S. Attorney Bill Nettles said Nason Medical Center submitted claims to Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE for services ...
January 15 2015
Federal Lawsuit Claims South Carolina Foster Care System Harms Children
Charleston, south carolina
The suit says the state's Department of Social Services is "re-victimizing the very children it is charged to protect"
January 15 2015
Former SC insurance commissioner named new DHEC chief
Charleston, south carolina
Former state insurance chief Eleanor Kitzman was picked Monday as director of the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control, but the quick decision to hire her drew immediate questions… Click to Continue »
January 15 2015
Haley, DSS target of federal lawsuit; ‘dangerous deficiencies’ in state care cited
Charleston, south carolina
A federal class action lawsuit was filed Monday against Gov. Nikki Haley and her appointed director of the Department of Social Services, Susan Alford, citing dangerous deficiencies in South Carolinas… Click to Continue »
January 15 2015
U.S. Attorney: Nason Medical, owners settle fraud allegations for $1 million
Charleston, south carolina
The owners of Nason Medical Center must pay the federal government more than $1 million to settle allegations that they committed health care fraud, ending a closed-door investigation that lasted many months.
January 15 2015
Select Health to Serve South Carolina’s Dual Eligibles Through CMS Financial Alignment Demonstrat
Charleston, south carolina
First Choice VIP Care Plus Medicare-Medicaid Plan to Begin Providing Services on February 1, 2015 (PRWeb January 12, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/01/prweb12437788.htm
January 15 2015
Nason Medical settles health care fraud lawsuit
Charleston, south carolina
Former employees filed False Claims Act lawsuits against the company, founded by Dr. Baron S. Nason and Robert T. Hamilton. The lawsuits triggered an investigation, according to U.S. Attorney Bill Nettles, that discovered Nason Medical had submitted numerous false claims to Medicare , Medicaid and TRICARE .
January 15 2015
Former Tampa news anchor, family, in S.C. crash
Charleston, south carolina
A former news anchor for WTSP Channel 10 was uninjured in a Christmas Eve wreck in South Carolina, but her 28-year-old daughter was killed and her husband was critically injured, authorities said.
January 15 2015
MUSC losing funding due to federal report findings
Charleston, south carolina
A Lowcountry hospital is facing cuts after a federal report found too many infections and avoidable mistakes. The Medical University of South Carolina is one of 13 hospitals in South Carolina set to lose 1% of its Medicare reimbursements for an entire fiscal year.
January 15 2015
Sheriff's Office rolls back Dale murder charge; investigation continues
Charleston, south carolina
The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office prematurely announced Thursday it had arrested and charged an 18-year-old Beaufort man with the murder of a Burton teen. Click to Continue »
January 15 2015
Lawsuit claims children harmed by South Carolina foster care system
South Carolina
Several children's rights activists filed a federal lawsuit Monday in Charleston on behalf of 11 children who it says have been harmed because of "dangerous deficiencies" undermining South Carolina's foster care system.
January 14 2015
Case of South Carolina police chief accused of murder ends in mistrial

By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) - A South Carolina judge declared a mistrial early on Tuesday after a jury said it was deadlocked in the case against a white former police chief accused in the 2011 shooting death of an unarmed black man. Richard Combs, 38, was charged with murder after killing Bernard Bailey, 54, with his service weapon in the town hall parking lot in Eutawville, a ...
January 13 2015
Mistrial declared for South Carolina police chief accused of murder
South Carolina
By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) - A judge declared a mistrial early on Tuesday in the case against a white former South Carolina police chief accused in the shooting death an unarmed black man in 2011, local media reported. Richard Combs, 38, was charged with murder after shooting Bernard Bailey, 54, in the town hall parking lot in Eutawville, a town of about 300 people southeast of ...
January 13 2015
Medical University Hospital, 12 other S.C. hospitals penalized for medical mistakes
South Carolina
The federal Medicare program has penalized 13 South Carolina hospitals, including Medical University Hospital in Charleston, for making too many avoidable mistakes that harm patients.
January 10 2015
County prepares to move substance abuse services to North Charleston
South Carolina
Charleston County will move its drug and alcohol abuse department and clinics from their longtime home near the Medical University of South Carolina to the former Naval hospital in North Charleston next month.
December 24 2014
SC mom who drove kids into ocean to be involuntarily committed
Charleston, South Carolina
A Florida judge says a South Carolina mother who drove her three children into the ocean off Daytona Beach should be involuntarily hospitalized for mental health treatment.
December 23 2014
DHEC: 9 in SC being monitored upon return from W. Africa
Charleston, South Carolina
Officials with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control are monitoring several South Carolina residents who recently returned from an area overseas ravaged by the Ebola virus. 
December 23 2014
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