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Man arrested after allegedly spraying feces on Harris Teeter produce

A former Harris Teeter contractor has been arrested after allegedly attempting to contaminate food in a Harris Teeter on Savannah Highway.
3 months ago
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UPDATE: Coast Guard suspends search for missing fisherman, wife talks to WWAY

The Coast Guard suspended its search Saturday for two boaters, Steve Chaney and David Hambrick, who were reported missing near Oak Island. 
3 months ago
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Coast Guard: Boat found of missing fishermen, no one on board

US Coast Guard located missing fishermen's vessel 15 miles east of Murrells Inlet Thursday. No persons were on board.
3 months ago
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Charleston mayor proposes African-American monument

The mayor of a major South Carolina city is calling for an African-American monument and new plaques to be erected there.
3 months ago
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Police ID suspected gunman in Charleston restaurant slaying

Police have identified the suspected gunman in a fatal shooting and hostage standoff at a restaurant in downtown Charleston.
3 months ago
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Charleston hostage situation over; gunman wounded, victim dies

Authorities say they are investigating a possible "active shooter" situation in downtown Charleston, South Carolina.
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3 months ago
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Bitty & Beau’s Coffee will open Charleston location in October

Months ago, owners Amy and Ben Wright said they were heading to Charleston, but details were limited. We now know where the store will be and when it will open.
4 months ago
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Drivers trapped on Charleston bridge, traffic at standstill

Netting on top of the Don Holt Bridge has fallen down and landed on vehicles below.
5 months ago
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Carriage horses pulled off hot South Carolina streets

The heat in South Carolina prompted one coastal city to order that horse-drawn carriage companies keep the animals in their stables.
5 months ago
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More people apply to hunt alligators in South Carolina

Wildlife officials say more people have applied to hunt alligators this year in South Carolina, compared with previous years.