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Crash cause unknown, jury says

On a blustery evening in Charleston Harbor, two friends perished in the crash of a World War II-era biplane that was ruled an accident more than a year ago. On Friday night, a coroner's inquest reached a different conclusion.

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Local High school named among best in country

Charleston County residents aren't just bragging when they say their school district is home to one of the top high schools in the country. Academic Magnet High School catapulted to the No. 9 spot in a ranking of the country's best high schools by U.S. News & World Report. The magazine's rankings issue will be published Monday.

Woman raped after walk home

A young woman was raped by a stranger early Friday after walking home from a nightclub in downtown Charleston, authorities said. Tenants of a residence near Calhoun Street reported that at about 1:45 a.m. their 19-year-old neighbor was banging on their front door, told them about the assault, and they took her to Roper Hospital for treatment, a police report said.

Neighbors learn of meeting after the fact

Ronnie and Jessica Jenkins recently finished replacing vinyl siding that melted on their Pebble Road home the night of the Sofa Super Store blaze. Their property is so close to the site of last year's fatal fire that they watched the rescue of a store worker from their backyard and stood in ankle-deep water as firefighters trained hoses on the inferno.

Boys & Girls Club cuts programs

The Boys & Girls Club of the Trident Area will close its seven after-school programs late next week but plans to reopen at least some of them next year after working out a new financial plan. Beginning Friday, the club will furlough about eight full-time and 30 part-time employees at the sites, which serve about 600 children ages 6 to 18 in Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties.

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