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9:28 am on Friday June 19, 2015

Charleston church massacre: 'What happened in there was brutal'

The Guardian offers a glimpse into how Wednesday night's mass shooting unfolded.
3:21 am on Thursday June 18, 2015

9 Dead in shooting on black church in Charleston

Police are still searching for a white gunman who opened fire inside the historic Emanuel African Methodist Church, killing 9.
1:04 pm on Monday June 8, 2015

North Charleston officer Slager indicted in death of Walter Scott

A grand jury indicted on a murder charge in the April 4 fatal shooting.
6:50 am on Tuesday January 13, 2015

Jury deadlocks in police slaying of S.C. man

After twelve hours of deliberation, a mistrial was declared in the trial of former Eutawville Police Chief Richard Combs over his fatal shooting a former prison guard.
8:02 am on Wednesday September 24, 2014

Life and crime at Bridgeview apartments

Paul Bowers profiles the Bridgeview Village apartment complex where Denzel Curnell was fatally shot.
4:51 am on Wednesday September 10, 2014

Deputy, 911 manager remembered by community

Following Monday night's standoff at a West Ashley apartment, two public servants, Joseph Matuskovic and Larry Britton, lost their lives and a third remains wounded.
11:50 pm on Friday August 29, 2014

DOJ Probe requested in police altercation that ended in fatality

Forensics expert thinks 19-year-old Denzel Curnell died by his own gun.
9:19 am on Friday June 20, 2014

In tow truck shooting, Preston Oates sentenced to 26 years

Nearly thre-and-a-half years after Carlos Olivera was slain in a towing dispute, Preston Oates has been convicted.
11:41 am on Sunday January 5, 2014

Mapping Charleston's 640 deaths

The Post and Courier's Gill Guerry presents a map of Charleston's 640 homicides from 2001 to 2013.
6:05 am on Tuesday August 6, 2013

In tow truck shooting, a $1.7 million settlement ahead of criminal case

A civil case over the Christmas Eve shooting of Carlos Alberto Olivera by tow truck driver Preston Oates in 2010 has resulted in a $1.7 million settlement.