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Man charged in boy's drowning

GOOSE CREEK â€" When 10-year-old Jon Jon Jackson died after swimming for the first time in his life this summer, officials believed he had simply inhaled too much water and drowned from the fluid in his lungs while sleeping more than an hour later.



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Unpaid leave at Ed. Dept.

The state Department of Education is requiring all of its 900 workers to take five days of unpaid leave to deal with massive budget cuts. The decision, announced Wednesday by Superintendent of Education Jim Rex, does not affect teachers or district-level employees, but it does apply to mechanics in the agency's 45 bus maintenance shops across the state.

Visitor: Robbed twice in 3 days

Michael Buster can't believe his bad fortune. He said he's been abducted and robbed twice in three days, both times while in his friend's car. The most recent incident began Tuesday night, while he was sitting in a Toyota Camry at the men's dormitory parking lot at Charleston Southern University.

Man trying to flee assailants shot, killed

A man was shot and killed as he was trying to get away from two other men at an apartment complex off North Charleston's Greenridge Road early Wednesday, police said. The incident happened about 12:10 a.m. at the Cooper's Pointe apartments at the corner of Greenridge and St. Ives Road. Bank robber drops cash while fleeing

He entered the bank wearing a thick coat, latex gloves and a woman's wig of long, black hair. Bank employees would soon complement his outfit with a deep red stain, courtesy of an exploding dye pack.










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