'A New Level Of Stupid': Resort Visitors Throw Carrots At AlligatorAuthorities reportedly have a description of the carrot throwers and are ready to hand out a $200 fine for each carrot tossed at the dangerous beast.
South Carolina Republicans Introduce Secession Bill To Leave USThey've introduced a bill that would allow lawmakers to debate leaving the U.S. if the federal government tries to seize legally-purchased firearms.
South Carolina Lawmakers Propose Bill To Ban Saggy Pants In PublicA bi-partisan effort is looking to fine anyone wearing sagging pants in public.
Mother Of Woman Who Gouged Out Her Own Eyes Speaks, Sets Up GoFundMe For DaughterThe mother of a South Carolina woman who gouged out her own eyeballs says her daughter was under the influence of drugs during the horrific incident.
19-Year-Old Woman Gouges Out Her Own Eyeballs Outside Church, Report SaysLocal churchgoers in South Carolina witnessed a disturbing incident as a young woman gouged out her own eyes outside of their building.
Glasses-Mounted Camera Helps Officer Catch Shooting On VideoWhen a South Carolina police officer was shot last year, he managed to capture the whole incident on video -- thanks to a glasses-mounted camera he bought online.
South Carolina Soccer League Bans All Cheering At GamesThe league has made parents sign a code of conduct that requires them to be silent during the games.
5 Children Hurt When Bounce Houses Go AirborneFive children were injured when a strong wind picked up two bounce houses at a church carnival in South Carolina on Saturday.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | April 3Chris discussed the upcoming confirmation vote for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, the unmasking of General Michael Flynn during surveillance of Russian officials and the new lawyer representing Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams against corruption charges. At 8:00, he spoke with 94 WIP's Ike Reese to preview tonight's NCAA tournament final.
Too Much Self-Tanning Lotion? Orange Gator Puzzles Residents No one seems to know why there's an orange alligator in a pond near Charleston.
Sentencing Begins With Dylann Roof Acting As His Own Lawyer The same jury that last month unanimously found Dylann Roof guilty in the slayings of nine black parishioners at a South Carolina church is returning to court to begin contemplating his punishment.
Judge: Accused Charleston Church Shooter Dylann Roof Will Represent HimselfThe white man accused of fatally shooting nine black parishioners at a South Carolina church will act as his own attorney in his federal death penalty trial.