DNA expert shares odds of finding another match to Beaufort rape from the 80s
SC Law Enforcement Division agent Laura Hash shares the odds of DNA found on a rape victims clothing from the 80s with the jury during the first day of Isaiah Gadson Jr.'s trial at Beaufort County Courthouse. Gadson is linked by DNA to the January 1
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulates sunscreens as over-the-counter drugs and requires that certain information be on their labels. Here are three things to look for on sunscreen labels, and what they mean.
A Raleigh video about what motorists should expect when stopped says you should answer all questions from an officer. But the state's driver's license handbook points out you are not legally required to answer questions after identifying yourself.
Moore addresses the State budget surplus, and the proposed 6.2% pay increase in the current budget for teachers during a press conference on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at the Legislative Building in Raleigh, N.C.
A North Charleston family woke up to an angry, 7-foot alligator banging around on their front porch. The family had to call the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources to remove the gator so they could leave their home.
The Wando Bridge in Charleston, S.C., has been closed for emergency repairs after a cable snapped Monday. The South Carolina Department of Transportation said the bridge will be closed for at least 48 hours. Here are the detours.
A video posted on Facebook of men reeling in a small, blacktip shark on Tybee Island beach over the weekend has gained over 130,000 views. Some commenters are ridiculing the men for fishing off the beach — and for not immediately releasing the shark.
Palmetto Dunes recently had a string of break-ins in their rental homes. Here are a few quick tips for rental owners across Beaufort County — and a few specific tips for Palmetto Dunes property owners.
Logan Cambron came across emergency officials dealing with a 10-foot alligator on Hilton Head Island. Here's why he decided he relocate the gator himself — and why South Carolina Department of Natural Resources officials aren't sending him to jail.