York Co. state officials dedicate highway to slain Det. Mike Doty
Almost 100 people gathered on the side of Carowinds Boulevard Friday to mark what should have been York County Det. Mike Doty’s 38th birthday. Instead, the group was dedicating a section of the highway the Detective Mike Doty Memorial Highway.
May Williams, a 107-year-old Rock Hill woman known for her bowling skills, died Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Williams started bowling in her 60s and continued to bowl several days a week after turning 100.
York Comprehensive High School (S.C.) hired Justin Zaleski May 23, 2018 to coach the school’s boys’ basketball program. After talking basketball, Zaleski spoke with The Herald about his passion for teaching and social studies.
South Pointe High School students and staff share what they love about principal Al Leonard. Leonard, who has served as principal of South Pointe High School in Rock Hill, South Carolina, since it opened in 2005, is retiring.
Christian McCall pleaded guilty to killing a York County police officer and wounding three other officers in a January ambush. His lawyer says his actions were in response to being "under the influence of alcohol and fear," not mental illness.
Christian McCall was offered a plea deal Tuesday, May 22, 2018 in the January killing of one York County, South Carolina law enforcement officer, and the wounding of three others. Here’s how he responded.
Shooting victim Sgt. Buddy Brown of the York County Sheriff's Office told reporters Tuesday after Christian McCall pleaded guilty to murder and attempted murder, "It is not my place to judge." Brown was injured in the Jan. 16, 2018 ambush.
16th Circuit Solicitor Kevin Brackett said the death penalty option in South Carolina is not a deterrent for crime because "it is never carried out." Brackett said the death penalty law "overpromises and severely underdelivers."
A co-winner of the region title in 2017, the Nation Ford High School Falcons football team was back it last week for spring practice. Nation Ford has several quarterbacks on the roster and sorting out No. 1 will be a late summer task.
Pete Wheeles, the 98-year-old owner of Pete's BBQ in Rock Hill, is shutting down the business after 55 years this Memorial Day weekend. Wheeles and a team of employees made thousands of pounds of BBQ during four holidays of the year.
Winthrop University senior Colleen Vaughn shares her story of dealing with a mental breakdown that forced her to take time off of school. Rock Hill student Faith Anderson said she has seen friends struggle with anxiety.
At’a Boy Roy, an English Pointer owned by Fort Mill native George Kimbrell, a second generation bird dog trainer and field trial participant. This year, he and Roy brought home the National Shooting Dog Championships.
Fort Mill finished seventh as a team over the two day, 36-hole South Carolina high school tournament. Nation Ford finished 10th. The tournament was played among the top 16 teams in 5A at the Florence course.