Map. History of South Carolina conflict

20 July 2018
South Carolina man hospitalized in deputy-involved shooting, sheriff says
One person is dead after an accident on U.S. 1 in Richland County. According to Lance Corporal David Jones, the accident happened around 12:30 a.m. near the intersection of U.S. 1 and Clemson Road
Vehicle fire in McClellanville, Toby Rd near Society Rd. Fire is out at this time, no injuries reported.
The driver, tentatively identified as 16-year-old James Lawrence Jefferson, reportedly died on scene after the car struck a guardrail and caught on fire.
Five Points - shots fired, police on scene
Moncks Corner Rural Fire Deptartment: Water main break in Pinopolis
Big fire at two story building at the waste management plant on Beulah Road in Florence.
Two people shot in Racepath area of Conway
Charleston Police have charged a man they say is connected with the Wednesday shooting of an 11-year-old boy. chsnews
Shooting reported at 21st Street and Walnut Street in Lumberton.
Wildfires continue to burn in Francis Marion National Forest
Troopers say one person is dead and another is injured after a crash in Orangeburg County Thursday night. Investigators say it happened around 9:25 pm on US-178 at Black Pond Road.
North Charleston Police are responding to a report of a suspicious package. The Charleston County Bomb Squad is on the scene at the 6900 block of Rivers Avenue, according to North Charleston Police spokesman Spencer Pryor.
Myrtle Beach Police looking to bridge communication gap with residents
Two students were charged after they lied about a school shooting to get out of school, Greer police said. Officers with the Greer Police Department were made aware of a social media post Wednesday at 12:20 p.m. that referenced a possible school shooting at Riverside High School, Greer police said.
Firefighter was hospitalized Thursday night after battling a mobile home fire. The St. John's and Charleston Fire Departments responded to a structure fire in the 1400 block of Brickyard Road on Johns Island.
Two students were charged after they lied about a school shooting to get out of school, Greer police said. Officers with the Greer Police Department were made aware of a social media post Wednesday at 12:20 p.m. that referenced a possible school shooting at Riverside High School, Greer police said. Officers responded to the school to make sure the students, faculty and staff were safe.
Fire at home on Wayhill Road in Ware Shoals; Red Cross assisting
4 month ago
Police: Man kills family, calls 911 and thanks operators before shooting himself
4 month ago
Chatham County Police investigate Oak Forest Drive shooting
Myrtle Beach Police, Fire set up new beach safety plan
Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter to conduct active threat exercises scnews sctweets
North Charleston Police arrest 3 students after gun found at middle school
The sister of Dylann Roof, the man who shot and killed nine people at a Charleston, South Carolina, church in 2015, was arrested Wednesday after authorities said she brought weapons and drugs to school
Brothers who admitted to beating an Upstate man to death with a baseball bat, but who blamed each other for the fatal blow, have learned their sentences. Jacob and Oscar Lance pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, first-degree burglary, and two counts of third-degree arson in the 2015 killing of 53-year-old Todd Cantlay.
This is the wildfire that crews are currently fighting at the Francis Marion National Forest. Currently the fire covers 800 acres and is 50% contained
Students speaking out and seeing change following Parkland school shooting
Fire crews battling two wildfires in the Francis Marion National Forest
Police respond to shooting near Race and Rutledge dispatch got the initial call @ 3:24 pm juvenile victim shot in the arm victim transported to MUSC with apparently non life-threatening injuries
Two in custody following police chase in Hartsville
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