Theft charge after jet ski fatality

A man has been charged after a 45-year-old woman died on a stolen jet ski on Thurmond Lake June 8.

Aiken County Sheriff's Office to raise money Thursday for Special Olympics

In hopes of raising money for Special Olympics, the Aiken County Sheriff's Office and others will be hosting the 2014 South Carolina Law Enforcement Torch Run.

Missing plane found in SC, 2 dead

...River about 10 miles south of the Chester-Catawba Regional Airport. Lt. Robert McCullough with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources says the single-engine plane had taken off from Wilmington, N.C. on Friday and was headed to...

Aiken drowning victim identified

The South Carolina DNR is investigation a canoe accident which left a 74-year-old Aiken man dead Tuesday afternoon in Aiken County. The name of the victim has not been released.

State's DNR policy 'fishy'

I wish Gov. Nikki Haley would look into this office, because something fishy is going on at the DNR.

Pardon Our Mess: Abandoned boat

...homeless camp, according to Savannah Riverkeeper Tonya Bonitatibus.ACTION TAKEN: When the boat sank, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources and U.S. Coast Guard assisted the Riverkeeper with removing all contaminants. But removing the...

Phinizy Swamp Wildlife Management Area takes on cleaner look

Hunters who visit the Phinizy Swamp Wildlife Management Area will enjoy a cleaned up, widened access road, courtesy of an in-house project organized by the Wildlife Resources Division.

Special hunt authorized in South Carolina for double crested cormorants

The double crested cormorant has become so problematic in South Carolina that state officials are resorting to lethal means to reduce the fish-foraging flocks on the Santee Cooper lakes.

Glascock County ranks high in "outdoorsiness"

Glascock County is a unique place in our area, where almost 20 percent of the population has either a hunting or fishing license.

Proposal to further reduce Savannah River flow rejected

A proposal by the Army Corps of Engineers to further reduce flows in the Savannah River ? to the lowest levels in decades ? has been rejected by state and federal natural resource agencies.