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Worker wounded in shooting over South Carolina bar closing

South Carolina police say a bar patron shot and wounded an employee during an argument over the bar’s closing.

Charleston boat tour company sued after NC man, toddler fall into harbor

A North Carolina man has filed a lawsuit against a tour company after he and his daughter fell off a boating dock and into the Charleston Harbor as they were on their way to a boating tour.

Walmart distribution center to add 1,000 jobs to S. Carolina

Officials say Walmart is projected to increase volumes at the Port of Charleston by 5%.

Charleston weighs wall as seas rise and storms strengthen

Charleston, South Carolina has remained relatively unscathed this hurricane season.

Charleston airport reopens after package found not explosive

The Charleston International Airport has reopened after a suspicious package found on the property was deemed not explosive.

Seismic search for oil in Atlantic Ocean looks dead for now

Seismic exploration for oil and gas off the south Atlantic coast is unlikely to proceed this year because permits expire Nov. 30.

USS CHRISTMAS: Hallmark to start filming next week in Wilmington

Filming is set to get underway next week in Wilmington for a new Hallmark Christmas movie, according to film permits.

Hallmark Channel to film Christmas movie in Wilmington

Hallmark fans, rejoice! A casting company has confirmed a Hallmark Channel movie will be filmed in Wilmington.

Man charged in deadly Wilmington shooting

A man has been arrested in connection to a deadly shooting that happened in mid-July in Wilmington.

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911 call reveals new details about double homicide in New Hanover County

New Hanover County 911 has released a phone call made early Saturday morning after two people were fatally shot and another person severely wounded at a home in Wilmington.

1 person dead, 4 still missing in German chemical explosion

An explosion at an industrial park for chemical companies in Germany has killed at least one person, with 16 injured and four still missing.

Consumer confidence up slightly in July

U.S. consumer confidence was relatively unchanged from June to July, but remains at its highest level since February 2020, just before the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S.

Jan. 6 hearing opens as police detail violence, injuries

The new House panel investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection has opened its first hearing. Democrats are starting with a focus on the law enforcement officers who were attacked and beaten as the rioters broke into the building.