More Videos

A woman was hit by a truck while walking in Bluffton, this is where it happened 0:47

A woman was hit by a truck while walking in Bluffton, this is where it happened

Wonder where alligators go when it's cold?  Check this out! 0:35

Wonder where alligators go when it's cold? Check this out!

Has the flu hit South Carolina?  See for yourself 0:28

Has the flu hit South Carolina? See for yourself

This Bluffton family is separated by 5,000 miles, how are they coping? 0:39

This Bluffton family is separated by 5,000 miles, how are they coping?

Beaufort mom called fat on flight home for holiday confronts insulter 0:30

Beaufort mom called fat on flight home for holiday confronts insulter

There's only one place you can buy this special Harbour Town-themed beer. Here's where. 0:32

There's only one place you can buy this special Harbour Town-themed beer. Here's where.

Watch John Daly's son make his winning putt 0:27

Watch John Daly's son make his winning putt

Remember 'Running Jesus', this is why you haven't seen him running 0:36

Remember 'Running Jesus', this is why you haven't seen him running

Will this apology fix the behavior of the Beaufort County school board? 0:41

Will this apology fix the behavior of the Beaufort County school board?

You be the judge: which of these Walmart signs is the fairest of them all? 0:34

You be the judge: which of these Walmart signs is the fairest of them all?

  • Wag-Along Wednesday at Columbia Fireflies baseball brings out four-legged fans

    Wag-Along Wednesday at the Columbia Fireflies baseball allows pet owners to bring their dogs to the game. Many of the four-legged friends attended the game against Augusta and some of their owners brought pet food for the food drive that benefits the Senior Citizen's Pet Program.

Wag-Along Wednesday at Columbia Fireflies baseball brings out four-legged fans

Wag-Along Wednesday at the Columbia Fireflies baseball allows pet owners to bring their dogs to the game. Many of the four-legged friends attended the game against Augusta and some of their owners brought pet food for the food drive that benefits the Senior Citizen's Pet Program.
Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com