Wood is running for chair of the South Carolina Republican Party but has failed to gain the backing of Donald Trump.
Footage went viral of Jonathan Pentland confronting the young man in a South Carolina neighborhood and then shoving him.
One account that posted the video to Twitter has received at least 4.8 million views as of Thursday morning, while the same video posted to Twitter by a separate account had received over 211,000 views.
Pentland, 42, a white Army sergeant stationed at Fort Jackson, has been charged with third-degree assault after he was filmed shoving a Black man in a South Carolina neighborhood.
South Carolina Army drill sergeant Johnathan Pentland has been charged with third-degree assault and battery.
On Thursday, video posted on social media showed protesters outside of the home of a man, reported to be an Army sergeant, who was caught on video Monday harassing a Black man in a South Carolina neighborhood.
The video showed a white man threatening and shoving a young Black man as he walked along a street in Columbia.
A man reeled in a catch while fishing on a golf course, which was hotly pursued by an alligator which stole it off the hook.
Robert Shook was reportedly shot six times, but managed to raise the alarm which alerted police to the incident.
The 12-foot-long Ravenal gator had also reportedly swallowed turtle shells, a shell casing and a spark plug.
"Life is uncertain. Things happen. Lives are unexpectedly changed or ended. And it happens suddenly," Dr. Robert Lesslie, a South Carolina physician and author who frequently discussed his devotion to faith, wrote in an online blog. Lesslie was killed in a mass shooting on Wednesday.
Police in South Carolina say Adams shot dead five people, including two children, on Wednesday before killing himself.
"We are truly in the midst of the unimaginable. The losses we are suffering cannot be uttered at this time," the family said in response to the killing of five people.
According to the York County Sheriff's Office, Lesslie, his wife Barbara and their two grandchildren were found dead in their home at around 5 p.m. local time on Wednesday.
"There's nothing about any of this right now that makes any sense to any of us," York County Sheriff Kevin Tolson said.
Adams reportedly killed himself on Thursday, the morning after five were left dead in a mass shooting in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
While the incident sounds like something straight out of a movie, this not the first time it's been reported.
The snake was living behind an electrical outlet, along with several of her eggs. She has since been safely removed and brought to a new habitat.
"You never expect a wild animal to come in the house," said Spartanburg resident Sandie Ferguson.
The photo sparked outrage both on behalf of the animal and because of the reckless behavior it captured.
Suspect Pano Dupree is facing third-degree assault and battery charges following an incident in Charleston, South Carolina.
Wood, who was a vocal advocate of Trump's election fraud claims, criticized the party for not appreciating "amazing patriots."
"There's no question that the shootings in Atlanta ... has emphasized what many of us have been saying for months: that this is a growing problem that has to be addressed," Arkansas State Senator Jim Hendren told Newsweek.
A Republican proposal to block potential new federal gun laws from applying in South Carolina moved forward on Tuesday, one day after a deadly mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado left 10 people dead.
State lawmaker says the bill is not anti-trans, even though it would deprive trans youth of gender-affirming medical procedures.
A Tornado Watch is in effect across parts of Alabama, Florida and Georgia through early Thursday morning.
The South Carolina senator told Fox News that GOP lawmakers would fight any Democratic plan to "abolish the filibuster and transform America."
The South Carolina Senator was responding to MSNBC host Joy Reid's claims the GOP used him to show a "patina of diversity."
"There's no adrenaline rush like it. I do this for a living yet seeing them swim around us, biting at the boat and motors, it's a dream come true," charter captain Chip Michalove told Newsweek.
Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton and Republican State Representative Ashley Trantham of South Carolina say they don't know of any current transgender girl competing in their state.