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People who live in the city of Georgetown and some areas north of the city are bracing for what could be devastating flooding early next... [Read More]
More than 14,000 children are abused in Charleston and Berkeley Counties every year, and local child abuse experts say not even a third of them... [Read More]
After a series of reports from Live 5 Investigates, the Charleston County School district says it plans to hire an independent legal firm... [Read More]
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After a series of reports from Live 5 Investigates, the Charleston County School district says it plans to hire an independent legal firm... [Read More]
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Rain-soaked yards and debris-dotted roads were what's left of Hurricane Florence in Andrews and Kingstree Sunday. [Read More]
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Volunteers with Project Street Outreach in North Charleston spent the day helping homeless veterans find shelter and stock up for Florence. [Read More]
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Former Charleston County Schools employee Marvin Gethers was named the 2015 Classified Employee of the Year, CCSD confirmed. [Read More]
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State lawmakers are considering taking action to investigate the Charleston County School District's decisions regarding an employee accused of accessing child pornography on his school... [Read More]
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Personnel documents and police records obtained by Live 5 News under the Freedom of Information Act show an employee whose district-issued laptop contained child pornography... [Read More]
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Several local and state agencies spent money on items such as gas, equipment, hotels and salaries while monitoring the Wando Bridge closure back in May. [Read More]
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A Mt. Pleasant woman reached out to us when that story aired, wanting to share her heartbreak to show why the laws are so important. [Read More]
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Some students in Moncks Corner are starting the first day in a brand new school. ... [Read More]
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First responders rushing to emergencies say every second counts, which is why they're frustrated when drivers don't yield or move out of their way. [Read More]
Who are the state's top-paid people? A look at the highest-dollar salaries in state agencies reveals 1,078 people make more than $150,000. [Read More]
This week, construction workers hit a milestone building the Port Access Road: the project is now halfway complete. [Read More]
A Live 5 investigation shows improvement in home daycare training compliance one year after a new state law went into effect. [Read More]
The State Insurance Reserve Fund continues to pay out claims for damage sustained in Hurricanes Matthew and Irma. [Read More]
Here's a list of fireworks shows in the Lowcountry... [Read More]
In sunny coastal cities, solar can mean savings. But it can also ignite problems. [Read More]
South Carolina has one of the lowest gas taxes in the country, but the state will continue collecting more at the pump to help pay... [Read More]
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