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Victim's father forgives murder suspect during bond hearing
South Carolina
Army Sergeant Daniel Harlington was on military duty in Germany when he got the news that his son had been shot dead at a house on Woodlawn Avenue in North Charleston.
April 13 2014
Grandmother of slain teen pleads for info: 'God's already got you'
North Charleston, South Carolina
The family of an 18-year-old man killed in Summerton and the Clarendon County sheriff held a news conference Friday to issue an emotional plea for information in the 2-month-old case.
April 04 2014
Colleton County man gets 35 years for robbing elderly couple
North Charleston, South Carolina
A Colleton County man was sentenced on Thursday to 35 years in prison for robbing an elderly couple at a Walterboro hotel. Prosecutors say following a four day trial, jurors convicted 31-year-old Mack Washington Jr. on two counts of armed robbery, two counts of kidnapping and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.
April 04 2014
Mother of epileptic woman pushes for medical marijuana, bill passes final reading in S.C. Senate
North Charleston, South Carolina
The mother of an epileptic woman is pushing for the medical marijuana bill to become law in South Carolina even though she says her daughter doesn't qualify for the clinical trial. The bill passed a final reading in the S.C. Senate Thursday.
April 04 2014
Dash Cam: Police cruiser flips sending officer, chaplain to hospital
South Carolina
South Carolina Highway Patrol says two people were taken to a hospital Wednesday night after a North Charleston police cruiser flipped while on its way to the scene of an accident.
March 18 2014
After evidence rule violation, judge decides against third mistrial in North Charleston double homi
North Charleston, South Carolina
A judge on Wednesday decided against a third mistrial for murder defendant Rick Morrocco Williams after faulting a prosecutor for not giving information to the defense.
March 12 2014
Crews responding to accident in North Charleston
South Carolina
Charleston County Dispatch confirms emergency crews are responding to an accident near the intersection of Azalea Drive and Baker Hospital Boulevard in North Charleston.
March 11 2014
Duplex sale to support Children’s Hospital
South Carolina
The Medical University of South Carolina Foundation was recently granted three duplex apartments in North Charleston. The properties were sold for $279,000.
March 02 2014
Duplex sale to support MUSC Children’s Hospital
South Carolina
The Medical University of South Carolina Foundation was recently granted three duplex apartments in North Charleston. The properties were sold for $279,000.
March 02 2014
One person transported to the hospital following N. Charleston fire
South Carolina
Officials with the North Charleston Fire Department say one person was transported to the hospital following a fire Wednesday night. Authorities say emergency crews responded to a structure fire on Bonds Avenue.
February 27 2014
Palmetto Primary Care to bring 1,500 jobs to Nexton site near Summerville
South Carolina
A North Charleston-based health care practice is proposing to invest $135 million to build a 1,500-worker medical hub with the help of a Wall Street powerhouse.
February 21 2014
North Charleston city council votes to move ahead with multi-million dollar development deal
South Carolina
Tuesday, members of North Charleston's City Council approved an amendment by a 7-3 vote, allowing the city to close on the sale of the Old Naval Hospital as early as Friday.
February 13 2014
N. Charleston woman sentenced to one year in prison for tax fraud
North, South Carolina
United States Attorney Bill Nettles announced on Friday that 30-year-old Latasha Failey of North Charleston was sentenced to a year in prison in federal court in Charleston for fraudulent tax preparation.
January 12 2014
Donald Trump Jr. involved in purchase of former Naval Hospital in North Charleston
South Carolina
Having overseen construction of some of the world's tallest buildings, celebrity developer Donald Trump Jr. has set his sights on acquiring the tallest building in North Charleston.
January 11 2014
Psychiatric patient had no supervision at the time of escape
North Charleston, South Carolina
A patient who escaped a Columbia psychiatric hospital was unsupervised at the time he fled the hospital grounds, a spokesperson for the South Carolina Department of Mental Health told WIS.
January 09 2014
Judge: SC agency must improve inmate mental health
North Charleston, South Carolina
A judge has ruled that South Carolina's prison system is failing to care for its mentally ill inmates.   Circuit Judge Michael Baxley said in a ruling issued Wednesday that systemic changes are needed at the Department of Corrections needs to fix the problem.
January 09 2014
Local/State News
North Charleston, South Carolina
After Thomas Shine spoke with Charleston police about the murder of a young woman, two drug dealers approached him with words of advice. One urged ...
January 09 2014
Pedestrian killed on Dorchester Road identified as 71-year-old former nun
South Carolina
A North Charleston man with a history of drugs and violence was jailed Monday night after his car fatally struck a 71-year-old former Catholic nun who recently moved to South Carolina, authorities said.
January 09 2014
Officials: Detention officer shot self in leg while reholstering gun
South Carolina
A Charleston County Detention Center officer was hospitalized Friday morning after accidentally shooting himself in the leg at a North Charleston shooting range during an annual weapons requalification class, according to Captain Eric Watson with the Charleston County Sheriff's Office.
December 18 2013
Health services company opening in Charleston with 150 jobs
South Carolina
Molina Healthcare on Tuesday opened its new office in North Charleston. The Long Beach, Calif.-based company works with people covered by government programs, including Medicaid and Medicare.
December 18 2013
Molina Healthcare hiring more workers at North Charleston office
South Carolina
A California health care company plans to hire more workers at its newly opened North Charleston office, on top of the 125 it's already brought on board.
December 18 2013
Judge throws out murder charge against S.C. woman
South Carolina
A judge has thrown out a murder charge against a North Charleston woman accused of stabbing a man to death
December 15 2013
Judge throws out murder charge against SC woman
South Carolina
A judge has thrown out a murder charge against a North Charleston woman accused of stabbing a man to death. The Post and Courier of Charleston reports ( http://bit.ly/JvlG3k ) that a judge made that decision Friday in the case of 27-year-old Regina Carey.
December 15 2013
North Charleston woman granted immunity from murder charge based on 'stand your ground'
South Carolina
A judge has thrown out a murder charge against a North Charleston woman who fatally stabbed a former roommate in June, saying the state's "stand-your-ground" law entitles her to immunity from prosecution.
December 13 2013
Caregivers for the elderly get help through grant
North Charleston, south carolina
A program in South Carolina designed to provide help for those who take care of the elderly is getting a boost.
December 10 2013
Residents forgo health insurance fair for holiday shopping, organizers say
North Charleston, south carolina
Organizers of an Affordable Care Act health insurance information fair in North Charleston said turnout on Sunday was lower than they had hoped for - and it might have been because their target audience was busy Christmas shopping.
December 10 2013
Sen. Lindsey Graham won't take special insurance subsidy, will enroll in Obamacare exchange
North Charleston, south carolina
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham plans to enroll in the Affordable Care Act's South Carolina health care exchange but will forgo the special taxpayer subsidy available to members of Congress.
December 10 2013
Graham not taking Obamacare subsidy
North Charleston, south carolina
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham plans to enroll in the Affordable Care Act's South Carolina health care exchange, and will forgo the special taxpayer subsidy available to members of Congress.
December 10 2013
Police: Fatal shooting victim's mother speaks to suspects in court
South Carolina
Authorities say two suspects have been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a 31-year-old man in North Charleston over the weekend.
December 04 2013
Some Obamacare bright spots in S.C. amid sign-up horror stories
North Charleston, south carolina
There are plenty reasons to complain about Obamacare.
December 03 2013
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