File: The images of the 2500-pound great white shark hauled in on March 8, 2016, by Hilton Head Island's Capt. Chip Michalove and his crew are pretty astounding. About seven weeks prior, Michalove and his team at Outcast Sport Fishing were able to get video of yet another great white they were exhaustingly trying to corral.
Outcast Sport Fishing
Great white shark off Hilton Head
Bluffton’s US 278 traffic signals are about to get smarter
Yemassee Police looking for suspect in counterfeit case
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Yemassee Police are looking for a man suspected of counterfeit. A cashier at the Family Dollar received four counterfeit $50 bills on Oct. 9. The bills had the words "For motion picture use only" printed on them. Police say the man in the surveillance video used the bills to purchase $200 worth of prepaid phone cards. Anyone with information should call Capt. Joe Loadholt at (843) 812-8790, SC CrimeStoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC or email email@example.com. You may remain anonymous.
S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster signed a moped bill into law in May 2017. While the law won't go into effect until late 2018 due to backlog because of the Real-IDs, moped drivers should start brushing up on the new restrictions now.
The Yemassee Police Department is looking for four suspects involved in a theft at the EZ Shop located at 315 Yemassee Hwy. Two of the male suspects walked into the manager's office and concealed cigarettes and other items in their pants, police say. Two of the suspects left in a tan Kia Sol. All four are wanted for petit larceny. Anyone with information should call Cpt. Joe Loadholt at 843-812-8790, Cpl. Brian Michael at 843-589-6315 or CrimeStoppers at 1-888-Crime-SC.
A woman led Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office deputies on a high speed chase around 9:40 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 11. Police used a precision immobilization technique (PIT maneuver) to safely stop the vehicle. When police approached the vehicle, they found two young children — ages 5 and 8 — in the back seat. Neither was wearing a seatbelt. Police say the mother was under the influence of drugs at the time of the chase. She's been arrested and charged with DUI, drug possession, fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, reckless driving and two counts of endangering a child by DUI. Neither child was injured.
Note: This video may be disturbing to some viewers.
Some people spend months and a lot of money planning their Halloween costumes, but you don't have to do either of those things! We headed to the Friends of Caroline Hospice Thrift Store in Beaufort to show you a few easy to create Halloween costume ideas that you could easily find and put together.
Cassandra Menning has been dressing up at 'Bloody Mary' and performing during CAPA's annual Ghost Carriage Ride and Walking Tour for 17 years. The transformation takes over an hour, but you can watch as this St. Helena grandmother becomes the ghouly character in under two minutes.
A number of schools in Beaufort County participated in the Great SouthEast ShakeOut earthquake drill on Thursday morning, so we caught up with a few 2nd graders to find out how much they actually know about the natural disaster that they are protecting themselves from.
This video is compiled of eight basic on-the-road questions to test drivers skills thanks to 123 Drive! Driving Academy's co-owner Doreen Haughton-James. The test is fast-paced, so be ready to push the pause button if you need more time to think about your answer. You're allowed one wrong answer and still pass.