Gator aid called in for alligator enjoying day at Myrtle Beach
Beach-goers spotted an alligator walk onto the shoreline of Myrtle Beach from the Atlantic Ocean near 43rd Avenue North Monday evening. Witnesses said the three-to-four-foot long reptile came ashore, soaked up some sun then turned and high-stepped back into the surf as they waited for police to arrive. Officers and bystanders watched the alligator swim along the shoreline, but 40 minutes later the reptile had yet to return ashore from his evening swim.
The FBI and the U.S. Justice Department investigated into an altercation between a school resource officer and a female student at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, S.C. A video of the incident was posted online in October 2015 and went viral
A police video released Thursday by the State Law Enforcement Division of the May shooting of Antwon Gallmon by Forest Acres Police Officer Robert Cooper shows the officer firing seven shots into a slow-moving car as the motorist began to drive aw
The South Carolina Secessionist Party marked the one-year anniversary of the Confederate flag coming down from the South Carolina State House by raising the banner again on a temporary pole, Sunday, July 10, 2016.
It didn't ring the doorbell or pose as a Candy-Gram, but this alligator made a pretty strong run at getting into this Moncks Corner, SC, house on May 2, 2016. Resident Gary Rogers recorded the sight on a neighbor's porch in this short-but-sweet video as he was walking his dog in Foxbank Plantation. A Facebook post about the video had been shared more than 1,300 times by the following afternoon.