Darlington County, SCwbtw.com

One dead after crash involving pedestrian near Society Hill

DARLINGTON COUNTY, SC (WBTW) – South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating after a deadly crash left a pedestrian dead in Darlington County. Lance Corporal Nick Pye says the crash happened Monday around 9:15 p.m. on South Main Street near Belle Vue Drive. A Chevy Tahoe was traveling north on South Main Street when it hit the person in the roadway.
Darlington County, SCwpde.com

Pedestrian dies following collision in Darlington County

DARLINGTON COUNTY, SC (WPDE) — One person has died following a crash Monday night on South Main Street near Bellevue in Darlington County. South Carolina Highway Patrol troopers say the crash happened around 9:15 PM. They say a Chevy Tahoe was heading north on South Main Street when it struck...
Columbia, SCabccolumbia.com

Columbia PD actively investigates shooting injuring woman

Columbia, SC (WOLO) _ The Columbia Police Department is actively investigating a shooting officials say took place around 9 P.M. Thursday night. According to authorities they reported to to a shooting in the 2200 block of Waverly Street where authorities say they found woman shot. That victim has been transported to the hospital.
Kershaw County, SCwach.com

Kershaw County students return to school this Thursday

COLUMBIA, SC (WACH) — Kershaw County student will be the first to head back to school in the Midlands. It's because they are adapting a modified year-round school calendar. Starting the school year early allows them to take a one week fall break in October. Just like every year there...
Pickens County, SCwspa.com

School District of Pickens County gears up for the start of classes

PICKENS COUNTY, SC (WSPA)– Students and staff in Pickens County are gearing up for their first day of classes on Tuesday. Officials for the School District of Pickens County said, a little more than 13,000 students were face-to-face last year, and this year, they’re expecting at least 15,000 to be in-person. The district spokesperson said there are around 550 full-time virtual students.
Columbia, SCabccolumbia.com

Columbia police need help finding a missing man with a medical condition

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– The Columbia Police Department is asking for the public’s help finding a missing 62-year-old man who traveled to the city by bus last week. Investigators say Ronald Campbell, who has a medical condition, rode a bus to Columbia on July 27. When he arrived, authorities say he experienced a medical episode and was taken to a local hospital for treatment. Officials say he was released from the hospital the next day, and his relatives became concerned when they could not get in contact with them.
Columbia, SCwach.com

Grab the umbrella for Tuesday: heavy rain on the way

COLUMBIA, SC (WACH) — We're going to get a break from the heat... but it's also going to come with a lot more rain and a lot more cloud cover. Rain will be possible anytime Tuesday, with an extra focus in the morning and the and again in the evening.
Horry County, SCwpde.com

Facing eviction in SC? Here are some local resources to help you stay in your home

WPDE — State housing officials said now that the federal eviction moratorium has ended several households across the state are on the verge of eviction. Chris Winston, the Agency Spokesman for SC Housing said Monday based on data from the census bureau, state housing officials estimate 100,000 households in South Carolina may be falling behind on their rent and could be at risk of court action.
Greenville, SCFOX Carolina

Future DACA recipients in limbo after federal judge blocks new applicants

GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) - A federal judge blocked new, DACA applications on July 17, saying the program is illegal. DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. It's a program that protects certain undocumented immigrants from deportation and is intended to shield children brought to the United States. Many...
Marion, SCWMBF

FIRST ALERT: Flash Flood Watch issued, localized flooding issues possible today

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is out for Horry, Georgetown and Williamsburg Counties through this evening where localized flooding issues are possible today. In the latest watch description, it’s noted that the potential for localized flooding continues east of I-95 today. With that being said, it’s possible that Florence and Marion Counties will be added to the watch later today if needed.
Charleston, SCcounton2.com

Law firm hosting statewide supply drive for animal shelters

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – The Shelly Leeke Law Firm has organized a statewide supply drive to benefit animal shelters, including the Charleston Animal Society. Leeke’s offices across South Carolina will be collecting much-needed items through August 31. Leeke will match each item donated. Supplies can be dropped off between 8:30...