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Mount Pleasant soldier killed

MOUNT PLEASANT â€" He was an avid sportsman who loved soccer and the outdoors. But he also loved his country. On Wednesday, he died in Iraq. Adam McKamey Wenger, 27, was the second Charleston-area soldier to have lost his life in the war on terror in about a month. The circumstances are unclear and his family does not have many details. He had been in the Army for about eight years and leaves behind a wife and two young children. His older brother spoke Thursday of someone who made sacrifices.



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Witness recalls shooting terror

Monique Stinson said it was like any other day at the mall, until the gunfire started and she found herself running through traffic for her life. Stinson, a contract worker who cleans bus stops in West Ashley, was just starting work Wednesday afternoon at the Citadel Mall bus stop when she heard the unmistakable "pop" of a gun.

Rude, speeding motorists put workers at risk

Leroy Durant never saw it coming. He was setting up traffic cones, one by one, to close off a lane on Interstate 26, walking in the dark with only a fluorescent vest and the arrow truck's blinking lights to separate him and the traffic blasting past. The work is dangerous anyway. It was about to get ugly.

New fire chief has rebuilding process under way

Tom Carr always planned on moving to Charleston someday. But he assumed he would be in his golden years by then, spending his days in a rocking chair and dozing off while staring at the glittering ocean waters.

Hiding suspect shoots, kills self

MONCKS CORNER â€" Authorities say a shooting suspect killed himself Thursday after a deputy tracked him to a mobile home in rural Berkeley County. Berkeley County sheriff's investigators say 26-year-old Darrell Weathers was found dead inside a home at 314 Maplewood Drive, less than an hour after he shot a 26-year-old woman in Moncks Corner.










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