Newly obtained documents show dozens of complaints have been filed in recent years against a Summerville youth treatment facility, alleging there are bugs, abuse, dangerously low staffing levels, violent fights and blood and vomit smeared throughout the building.
A contractor accused of taking thousands of dollars upfront but failing to finish several jobs made it to court “voluntarily” on Tuesday at the direction of the U.S. Marshals Service following several missed hearings for his own bankruptcy case.
In order to save others from dangerous situations, firefighters require a high degree of protection, but new research suggests that what is used to make their protective gear could pose a risk in and of itself.
The Charleston County School District, the state’s second-largest district, has been without a consistent leader for nearly two years and has shelled out hundreds of thousands for contracts and searches.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control is now investigating complaints about a white dust produced by an aluminum plant that has caused complaints and worries for Goose Creek residents.
After the Charleston County School Board of Trustees removed six sitting members of its health advisory committee last month, the former members say they were blindsided by the decision that was made well before their terms were up.
A Live 5 Investigation reveals a broken bond system and holes in communication allowed a man accused of murdering a father of five to be arrested multiple times in multiple counties across South Carolina without being put back behind bars.
It’s taken years, but the South Carolina Department of Corrections has finally implemented a new drone detection technology as part of a “multi-layered” effort to cut down on the threat of drone “attacks.”
Buying tickets online for events is a convenient way to make sure you and your family can find some summer fun, but it’s important to keep an eye out for third-party sites and even scams when looking for the best deals.
The family of a sexual assault victim who died by suicide and whose case was consequently dismissed says they will no longer be quiet after a year of staying silent at the request of the 2nd Circuit Solicitor’s Office.