Local authorities in Greenville County said the nightclub where two people were fatally shot early Sunday may have violated crowd limits included in an executive order.
A protest organizer based in South Carolina announced all upcoming demonstrations coordinated by his advocacy group, I Can't Breath SC, will be canceled until further notice.
Selected Apple stores will be closed again in Florida, Arizona, North Carolina and South Carolina due to COVID-19 spikes.
The states where masks are currently optional include Texas, Florida, Arizona, North Carolina, South Carolina and Alabama
Other states, including Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Oklahoma and North Carolina, also reported record numbers of new cases this week.
National Guard members from South Carolina said they found glass baked into a pizza they ordered while deployed in Washington, D.C., according to a spokesperson for the state military organization.
Businesses and restaurants will remain open, and Governor Henry McMaster said he wouldn't entertain the idea of forcing people to wear masks.
Even though the state is experiencing a spike in new COVID-19 cases, the governor isn't requiring anybody to wear facemasks.
The most recent polling shows Harrison and Graham tied at 42 percent support among registered voters.
The 57-year-old man was severely injured after his vehicle flipped over several times before landing on its roof in the water.
The state's Department of Health and Environmental Control confirmed 20 additional deaths from the novel coronavirus on Wednesday, exceeding South Carolina's previous high of 15 deaths reported on May 11.
As all 50 states take steps to reopen, public health experts have urged the country to continue following social distancing guidelines.
Sherryl Woods, who wrote the novels the show is based on, has previously revealed that Serenity is based on a real town she visited every summer to see an old family friend.
The mother didn't actually get to hold her daughter after she was born because she didn't want to risk possibly exposing the infant to coronavirus.
Nearly 70 percent of black South Carolina residents are "extremely concerned" with COVID-19 outbreaks in their community compared to just 27 percent of whites, a Clemson University survey finds.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said Sunday he has not seen any spikes in new coronavirus cases in states that recently reopened "non-essential" businesses.
"This is an important victory for South Carolinians who want to vote in the primary without risking their health," said Adriel Cepeda Derieux, an attorney with the ACLU's Voting Rights Project.
"The individual was videoing the alligator and walked up to the water's edge while the gator was still fully immersed," said Department of Natural Resources Assistant Chief of Wildlife Sam Chappelear.
Candidate Jaime Harrison said that he can make "Nostradamus" predictions that he will win the election in South Carolina, and that Biden will win the presidential race both in his state and in the nation as a whole.
The woman was reported to have calmly said "I guess I won't do this again," moments before she disappeared into the water, according to a new incident report.
California plans to open around 25 of its DMV offices this month, while Virginia also announced it is preparing to reopen its facilities with social distancing guidelines and other measures in place.
The woman was reported to have been about four feet from the edge of the pond before she was dragged into the water by the alligator.
Witnesses heard suspect Shenir Gibson Holliday say "it's in God's hands now" while leaving Sub Station II restaurant after allegedly licking items.
A poll from late March showed Graham ahead by 4 percentage points.
All eyes are on Georgia, but it'll likely be a while before the success or failure of its reopening plan can be accurately analyzed.
The new forecasts published this week switched the South Carolina senate race from a "safe" Republican victory to a "likely" GOP win.
Richard Wilkerson made a donation to Democratic candidate Jaime Harrison in December.
The GOP congressman added that the U.S. should not "rely on China or anyone else" for vital medical supplies.
Extreme weather has also impacted Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and South Carolina, with reports of damaged buildings and floods.