Alex Murdaugh’s double murder trial opened this week, with prosecutors laying out their evidence that the disgraced attorney allegedly killed his wife and son.
Disgraced South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh is about to put his fate before a small-town jury for the 2021 deaths of his wife and son. Prosecutors say he stole millions of dollars from clients and committed insurance fraud trying to stage his own death.
In a dramatic video, the man was seen shouting inside the Walmart store while waving a knife at bystanders and employees. “That's when my military training kicked in,” the shopper said.
Roof fired his attorneys and represented himself during the sentencing phase of his capital trial, part of his effort to block evidence potentially portraying him as mentally ill.
Authorities said the dog was wet and “clearly shaken by the incident.”
At least 30 people were confirmed dead Saturday as rescuers continue to search for survivors among the ruins of Florida's flooded homes from Hurricane Ian.
Authorities said he was wanted on a non-extradition warrant in Georgia.
A 63-year-old janitor died in the public bathroom of a South Carolina department store, but her body was not discovered until four days later. Now police are investigating to see if anyone was negligent, and to figure out how and why no one noticed her body in the stall.
The South Carolina math professor stepped in to hold a student’s baby so she could participate in class without distractions.
The U.S. Army is investigating the specific cause of the National Guard soldier's death in South Carolina.
When officers arrived, they were met with a large crowd arguing and attempting to attack one another.
The Beaufort County Coroner's Office says it believes the victim slipped into a pond located in the Sun City development and was attacked by the alligator earlier this week.
Attorneys for four death row inmates argue that the inmates would feel terrible pain whether their bodies were “cooking” by electricity or they died by a bullet. A South Carolina judge has 30 days to make a ruling.
Authorities say they have found the remains of a man, missing since May, in a machine at a recycling plant in South Carolina.
A television show gave a South Carolina man a winning idea.
South Carolina authorities determined the alligator should be euthanized immediately.
Investigators said on May 22, they responded to a welfare check at her home in Columbia after a caller stated there was a “smell of death” emitting from her residence.
South Carolina detectives posed as teens online.
As they investigated the man's death, deputies found a body wrapped in trash bags in a freshly dug hole and determined it was his girlfriend, investigators said.
Firefighters in South Carolina said the 14-year-old boy fell down the well Saturday evening.