Included in the evening's final newscast: -- GOP candidates for governor make final rounds the weekend before Tuesday's runoff -- USC board of trustees revoke Bill Cosby's honorary degree -- In fit of road rage, Charleston County woman points gun at wrong car -- one belonging to undercover deputy -- Want to start operating your own amateur radio? This weekend is a great chance to learn more
An incident report from the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office concludes human remains recently discovered at a marine experimental station were possibly part of an old burial site. The Island Packet newspaper first reported workers discovered the bones while uprooting a tree at the Waddell Mariculture Center in Bluffton on Wednesday. The report said the center's manager spoke with an archaeologist and pathologist who told him the bones appeared
The University of South Carolina has revoked an honorary doctorate given to comedian Bill Cosby 32 years ago. The school's board of trustees took the action at its meeting on Friday, roughly two months after a jury convicted Cosby on three counts of sexual assault. "This is not an action we take lightly, nor one this Board has taken in the past," board chairman John van Lehe said in a prepared statement. "We did not react hastily to the
Included in the noon newscast: -- Details released on President Trump's visit to the Midlands next week -- Gubernatorial candidate John Warren appears with Phil Robertson of "Duck Dynasty"
It’s going to be a hot weekend across the state, but that shouldn’t stop you from doing your exercise routine outside. University of South Carolina exercise science professor, Susan Yeargin told South Carolina Radio Network that there are times of the day when exercise can be done outside during heat. “If they can get their regular exercise routine done before 10 a.m. or after 8 p.m. that’s the ideal situation.” She said during those time
When disasters take out commercial communications services, emergency officials often turn to amateur radio operators, or hams, to spread their messages. The devices also provide supplemental communications when normal systems are inoperable or overloaded. At least 50 volunteer amateur radio operators went to Puerto Rico for three weeks after Hurricane Maria and provided 12,600 man-hours of communications assistance, valued at over
The South Carolina Ports Authority announced 197,437 twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) handled last month, a record for the month of May and the second-highest month of container traffic in the Port’s history. May TEU volume was 8.2 percent higher than the same month last year and nearly surpassed SCPA’s all-time record for container volume, […]
It’s going to be a hot weekend across the state, but that shouldn’t stop you from doing your exercise routine outside. University of South Carolina exercise science professor, Susan Yeargin told South Carolina Radio Network that there are times of the day when exercise can be done outside during heat. “If they can get their […]