One man has been found, but two remain at large.
The man he tried to hire was an undercover FBI agent.
The state was the first to secede from the Union over the right to own slaves, and a modern threat is over the right to own guns.
The tourists could face fines of $200 per carrot thrown.
"They joke that the president and Congress are all clowns. Well, in my professional opinion, they are the worst clowns I've ever seen."
A loaded gun found inside a South Carolina child's lunch bag shocked teachers and pastors at the Baptist church day care.
"You know what you're doing is wrong. You know that already. Deep inside you, you know that."
The bill would levy a $25 fine for first-time offenders.
The GOP lawmakers argue same-sex marriages "fail to check out the human design."
Authorities were able to identify the ninth grade student from the Snapchat pictures.
The first daughter said she is "no longer surprised" about partisan lines in Washington, D.C.
The monument would be erected on statehouse grounds.
South Carolina shocked parents when its Education Department's social studies standards failed to include any mention of the Holocaust.
Emanuel Samson allegedly opened fire on chuchgoers in Tennessee because he wanted revenge for Dylann Roof's targeting of blacks in a South Carolina church.
The hurricane weakened to a tropical depression on Monday night.
Walter Scott was unarmed and running away when ex-North Charleston police officer Michael Slager fired eight shots at him from his department-issued firearm.
Dylann Roof, 23, was charged in state court with murdering nine African-American parishioners as they closed their eyes in prayer at a Bible study session.
Survivors and victims' families are suing the federal government, claiming it botched Dylann Roof's gun background check.