The Bahamas, Turks and Caicos are bracing for Hurricane Irma on Thursday. Much of Cuba, the Florida Keys & South Florida are also under a hurricane watch. A storm surge watch has also been issued for parts of Florida. It’s increasingly more likel
The crew of a WP-3D Orion fly into the eye of Hurricane Irma Tuesday evening to study the strengthening Category 5 storm. For flights through a hurricane, it is a three person team in the cockpit. The pilot in the left seat (closest to the camera)
Roads across Columbia, South Carolina, were under water on Wednesday, April 5, after several inches of rain, mixed with hail, fell. The National Weather Service reported Columbia and outlying areas received two to three inches in 24 hours. This vi
February is on track to be one of the warmest if not the warmest Februaries on record. In keeping with higher temperatures many flowers and trees, like Bradford Pear trees, are in full bloom. The weather forecast for the March 1st calls for a chan
With Hurricane Matthew set to hit the South Carolina coast Saturday, Charleston's historic downtown area has been all but abandoned. The sidewalks of the usually bustling King Street are mostly empty and many store and restaurant windows have been
Architectural Digest magazine named the Dismal Swamp Welcome Center one of the 15 most beautiful rest stops in the country. The center, along the Dismal Swamp Canal, is on U.S. 17 just south of the Virginia state line.
Archie Parnell, candidate for S.C.'s 5th District Congressional seat, addressed gun laws with Mom's Demand Action for Gun Sense in America in Tega Cay. Parnell is running against U.S.Congressman Ralph Norman.
For two years, Rock Hill native Mary Culp, 60, has been a volunteer with the Hospice and Community Care resale store off South Heckle Blvd in Rock Hill. The agency recently recognized Culp for putting in more than 944 volunteer hours in 2017.
This 275 lb. loggerhead turtle, was one of twelve released Wednesday, April 25, 2018 off Ocracoke Island, NC after being rehabilitated at the NC Aquaruim on Roanoke Island. The turtles were rehabilitated after being stunned by cold ocean waters.
Jeff Hoyle of Casar, N.C. and Randy Smith of Boiling Springs, N.C. drove two covered wagons led by horses and mules to Myrtle Beach, S.C. to raise money for Horses and Hooves therapeutic riding program. They decorated the wagons with "Trump" signs.
St. Helena Island resident James Garfield Smalls, 98, sings a spiritual on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, one of many in his repertoire. Smalls is to be recognized by the South Carolina Arts Foundation of the Jean Laney Harris Folk Heritage Award.