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Deadly gunfire at mall

One man was killed and another was wounded in a double shooting Wednesday afternoon at the Citadel Mall. A law enforcement officer who happened to be at the mall at the time shot one of the men, said Charles Francis, Charleston police public information officer.

Man, boy bitten by rabid fox

Mount Pleasant â€" On Monday morning, Jeff and Christina Davis sat at the breakfast table in their Dunes West home. Through the window, they saw their 9-year-old neighbor Brody Padoll walking to the bus stop. Behind him, a little red fox stalked.

Auto dealer arrested, accused of swindling

SUMMERVILLE â€" The car dealer sat in the courtroom with about half of the people he was accused of swindling. Sal Rigoroso, owner of Old Towne Auto Sales, had surrendered to police on a slew of charges, any one of which could send him to jail for years if he is convicted.

Fuel cleanup continues

Dead fish and large schools of minnows gasping for air could be seen Wednesday in Filbin Creek in North Charleston, where an overturned 18-wheeler spilled 8,000 gallons of gasoline and 1,000 gallons of kerosene, officials said.

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