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Calabrese technically refers to anything from the Calabrian region of Italy, but the term is commonly used on local menus to refer to the dried sausage.
A 3-year-old boy who was a passenger in a car that was hit by an alleged drunk driver Friday night has died, according to the Richland County Coroner's Office.
A North Charleston man jumped out of a window to escape an apartment fire on Tuesday.
A substitute teacher who is also Charleston police officer faces charges after shoving a student who would not listen to his directions, according to police.
A judge has issued a temporary injunction ordering the husband of the woman accused of trying to kill her three children by driving into the ocean to stay away from some family members.
Rick Morrocco Williams walked into a Charleston courtroom Tuesday morning and waved at his parents in the front row of pews behind the defendant's table.
Belongings from a van that ended up in the ocean are shown on March 4 after a mother and her three children were rescued.
Willie Nelson will be bringing his smoked-out tour bus to the Family Circle Stadium on May 8, and bluegrass greats Alison Krauss and Union Station and rowdy Americana act The Devil Makes Three will be joining him.
What started as a police checkpoint, quickly escalated into a high speed chase, and ended with two men dead Monday night.
Two men were shot as they exchanged gunfire with security guards of a Dorchester County nightclub early Sunday, according to an incident report.
Construction hasn't begun on a monument planned outside the North Charleston Coliseum to memorialize the city's elected officials, but it's clear the project will be a bust.
Rep. Sanford shakes hands with Phil Rose, a commercial real estate broker who showed up to voice his opposition to the Bass Pro Shops deal.
South Carolina Realtors has launched a campaign to drum up support for a state bill intended to lower homeowner insurance rates.
Officials work on the scene of a triple homicide shoot-out that occurred inside Cycle Gear on Dorchester Road in North Charleston on June 29, 2013.
Special-education teacher assistant Jennifer Amerson stopped working for the Charleston County School District in June 2010, but the district deposited checks into her bank account from August 2010 through March 2012.
In such cases, he asks the caller to tap the phone if he or she needs help, just in case the caller is unable to speak.