Lower humidity dominates midweek, but it is short-lived so enjoy it!
Gov. Henry McMaster’s decision to end the COVID-19 state of emergency in South Carolina means it’s back to being illegal to buy beer and wine outside of a store.
Vice President Kamala Harris visited South Carolina on Monday to kick off a nationwide push to vaccinate millions more Americans against the coronavirus as July 4 holiday celebrations loom.
Police are asking for the public's help locating a driver who fatally struck a man in York County, South Carolina early Wednesday morning.
Vice President Kamala Harris and the Biden administration’s top environmental official are making stops in several Southern states to promote an intensive White House coronavirus vaccination effort.
With more rain on the way, there is a Flash Flood Watch in effect for portions of the High Country.
Slightly improving drought conditions across the Carolinas due to recent rainfall.
Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper is dropping hints about possible plans for a new stadium. He says a dome is out, because of COVID. And he's open to building the new stadium in Uptown.
Rare "Ring of Fire" Eclipse will be visible in parts of North America on Thursday.
A historically black college in South Carolina is cutting tuition in half for its students this fall.
A Charlotte man was sentenced to 25 years in prison in the death of a man who was shot to death while driving, authorities said Monday.
Today was the wettest day at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) in 207 days!
A 22-year-old man has been arrested after police say he shot at Domino's employees Sunday because the Rock Hill business was closed.
Gov. Henry McMaster brought an end to South Carolina’s pandemic-related state of emergency on Monday, saying the coronavirus situation in the state had improved to the point that it was no longer needed.
MorningStar Ministries says work is officially underway to finish the old Heritage Tower in Fort Mill. The ministry held a re-dedication ceremony on Saturday morning on the 21-story tower. It has sat untouched for the last 34 years.
Since the country’s founding, no Black woman has ever served as a governor in the United States. But South Carolina Democratic state Sen. Mia McLeod says she’s the person who can change that, despite the fact that Democrats haven’t been elected to a statewide office there in 15 years.
A $1 million lottery prize will allow Beverly Vercher of Spartanburg, South Carolina and her husband to purchase their first home.
A little give and take in government Wednesday. Shocking, right? A local animal shelter gained some independence and local politicians got to save a little face during a vote, too.
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