A 25-year-old inmate attacked accused Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof in a jail shower, police say. Roof is charged with the hate-crime massacre of nine people.
A 24-year-old Georgia woman, is accused of committing at least six robberies at jewelry stores in five states. See photos of the suspect here.
Abigail Lee Kemp, 24, is suspected in a series of brazen jewel thefts across several southern states, the FBI says. She was arrested Friday in Georgia.
Niya Kenny, an 18-year-old student at Spring Valley High School, was arrested after standing up for a classmate who was taken down by Deputy Ben Fields.
Richland County, South Carolina, Deputy Ben Fields has been sued twice in federal court alleging civil rights violations. Read about those lawsuits here.
Deputy Ben Fields, of Richland County, South Carolina, has been fired after a video was posted online showing him dragging a high school student from her desk.
A video showing a Richland County Sheriff’s deputy dragging a student from her desk at Spring Valley High School has gone viral. Watch it here.
A state of emergency has been declared in South Carolina as historic rainfall has led to life-threatening flash flooding and four deaths.
Dylann Roof has been indicted on several federal charges, including hate crimes, in the killings of nine people at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina.
Donald Trump gave out Senator Lindsey Graham’s cell phone number during a speech in South Carolina on Tuesday after Graham told Trump to stop being a “jackass.”
South Carolina lawmakers voted to take down the Confederate battle flag from outside the state capitol in Columbia. But when will it actually come down?
A F-16 fighter jet and a Cessna plane collided in mid-air over Moncks Corner, South Carolina. Witnesses reported a huge explosion and “ball of fire.”
Mount Zion AME Church in Greeleyville, South Carolina, burned Tuesday night, the latest in a string of fires at black churches since the Charleston shooting.
Bree Newsome was arrested after climbing the flag pole outside the Columbia, South Carolina, statehouse to remove the Confederate flag in protest.
Dylann Roof has not received $4 million in donations for his legal defense fund, despite a rumor started by a fake news website and spread on social media.