With its motto of "Ditch the girly diaper bag," Bluffton's Tactical Baby Gear makes baby care items with tough construction and military-style camouflage color schemes designed to appeal to men. Here's a few of their items.
MCAS Beaufort started a Facebook Live early Friday morning with no explanation. The video showed what appeared to be an airplane up in flames. Officials later confirmed the "plane" was just a model and the marines were conducting a regular training exercise.
Bluffton High School teacher Erin Reichert had no idea what awaited her at school on Thursday. Watch as Reichert, who didn't even know she was under consideration, is surprised to be awarded the prestigious Milken Educator Award, a $25,000 prize that has been called the "Oscar of teaching."
This animation shows the number of flu cases per 100,000 people in South Carolina. S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control reports that the state is in its fourth week of the flu being reported as 'widespread.'
At least three police reports were filed by Beaufort County Board of Education members in 2017. From insults hurled behind closed doors to verbal threats to a dead rat left on one member's doormat, here's a look back at the threats lodged among Beaufort County school board members and what they're doing to address the issue.
Elliott Wright — better known as EJ — was born with a heart defect called hypoplastic left heart syndrome. He's been stuck at Medical University of South Carolina Children's Hospital in Charleston since Sept. 5 while he awaits a heart transplant. The rare Lowcountry snow day on Jan. 3 brought the 3-year-old a much needed escape — and a reaction the Internet is calling "pure joy." Watch as he experiences his first snow.
Robert Pope, from Liverpool, England, is on the last leg of his cross country run in which he is following the exact same route that Forrest Gump did in the movie. He began the last leg of his journey in Beaufort this weekend, but check out what he did while he was here.
Take a stroll down North Street in downtown Beaufort with photographer Delayna Earley as the snow falls on Wednesday afternoon. A winter storm brought about 3.5 inches to Beaufort, according to the National Weather Service.