Ever wondered what the difference is between Pickleball and POP tennis, two tennis-like sports that seem to be picking up traction in the Lowcountry? We did, too. Here's a quick guide to similarities and differences between the two popular, tennis-like court sports.
The traditional dance group Chilenos de Morenos by Guillermo Diaz, was the recipient of the Community Service Award at Sunday's Latin Music Festival. Here, dancer Joseph Diaz describes the meaning of the dance that originated in the era of Spanish rule in Mexico.
The "Canada to the Keys for Suicide Prevention" ride aims to raise suicide awareness and funds for the American Federation for Suicide Prevention. On Saturday, Curt Wildemann and eight other riders passed through Beaufort on their way south. Here, Wildemann describes an incident that occurred along the way, and the ultimate message of the ride.
After the funeral for Cpl. Legend -- the Marine Corps Recruit Depot's mascot who died on Sept. 17 -- his handler, Lance Cpl. Alicia Stull, recalls their first meeting and the time he ran away as she was preparing for a date.
Here’s a time lapse video taken on Thursday morning of the U.S. Coast Guard's Buoy No. 8 that washed up on Hilton Head Island's South Forest Beach after Tropical Storm Irma on it's one month anniversary.
Massive wildfires continue to sweep through Northern California's wine region, forcing emergency evacuations and destroying more than 2,000 buildings. The fires began Sunday evening, though the initial cause is under investigation.
Surveillance video released by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department captured a shootout at a Charlotte gas station on Wednesday. At 7:36 a.m. on October 12, police responded to a shots fired call at a gas station located at Parkwood Avenue and The Plaza Road. Detectives believe the two male suspects got into an argument, which led to the shooting. When one of the suspects returned fire, a bullet struck a school bus from the Charlotte Lab Charter School and shattered a window. None of the students were injured, according to police. Police are still trying to identify the suspects.
Ophelia has become the 10th consecutive storm to grow to hurricane strength in the Atlantic Ocean, tying a record set in the late 1800s. It poses no threat to the United States but it's moving towards Ireland.