Broken brick, mangled wire and flooded shells of destroyed buildings are all that is left of the lumber mill built in the 1890s. Ferguson, S.C., is one of dozens of ghost towns across the state quickly fading away due to increasingly wet climates.
In 2016 more than 33,000 opioid related deaths occurred across the U.S., but the town of Cary, located on the outskirts of North Carolina’s capital, is the first to use a special device to test sewer water in an attempt to combat the opioid crisis.
Henry McMaster took a big leap when he endorsed Donald Trump for president in January 2016. Now, the South Carolina governor is hoping that early support pays dividends.
Congress is considering a new piece of legislation proposed by Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., called the Developing Responsible Individuals for a Vibrant Economy Act, also known as the DRIVE-Safe Act.
NASCAR driver Jeffrey Earnhardt, the grandson of the legendary Dale Earnhardt, honored fallen U.S. servicemembers in a special way during the Memorial Day weekend.
Democrats’ chances of flipping a Republican seat in South Carolina’s historically red 5th District took a major hit after court documents emerged Monday saying candidate Archie Parnell abused his ex-wife in the 1970's.
Through pouring rain and scorching heat, more than 30,000 students and teachers marched to North Carolina’s state capitol in Raleigh for the “March for Students and Rally for Respect” to fight back against unfair pay and inadequate learning environments in schools across the state.
Two archaeologists and a museum volunteer are making history after reuniting two fragments of a rare 300-year-old wine bottle seal found decades apart.
Almost every week for seven decades, Billy Graham, who died last week, visited Red Bridges Barbecue Lodge and ordered the same dish: the barbecue pork plate platter with baked beans, hush puppies, and coleslaw.
Decades before Black Lives Matter started to protest police brutality, the Orangeburg massacre in 1968 still feels raw for those on the predominantly black campus who felt wronged by law enforcement.
Suicides across the military has steadily increased since 2013 according to the Department of Defense (D.O.D), but a naval clinic on Joint Base Andrews (JBA) has a secret weapon that can sniff out members dealing with extreme stress.
Veterinarians and pet owners across the country are warning dogs lovers to get their pooch vaccinated with the newly released drug, after outbreaks spread the highly contagious Canine Flu from Chicago to at least 46 states.
The capital of South Carolina has become the first U.S. city to ban bump stocks, nearly three months after a gunman who apparently used those devices opened fire on an outdoor concert in Las Vegas, killing 58 and injuring nearly 500.
The American flag flies once again after Georgia police officers saved Old Glory during a patrol to evaluate damage caused by Hurricane Irma.
Georgia's power company is warning customers it may take weeks to restore electricity to the estimated one million residents who are now living in the dark.
Hurricane Irma appears to bringing out the best in some volunteers in southern Georgia.
It is the peak of hurricane season and the Coast Guard is on alert for threatening storms.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving is blasting a South Carolina law that makes dash cam arrest videos a required piece of evidence in drunk driving cases, according to a new annual report.
As thousands of Texans wade through feet of putrid flood-water caused by Tropical Storm Harvey, experts say this incident is an example of why states should constantly prepare for flooding risks.