Article Archive for 16 February 2018
Sharp, staccato gunshots from many long-barreled Revolutionary War flintlocks echoing across the blue mountains of upper South Carolina have long died away.
As gardeners know, “it all starts with the soil.”
Search histories of a phone owned by Jesse Osborne revealed interests in pornography, violent imagery, cruelty to animals and mass murders — particularly school shootings, an expert testified Thursday morning at the Anderson County Courthouse.
Wearing black sunglasses and a gray Day for Durham shirt, Jennifer Durham carried a white bucket bearing a photo of her brother, Seneca Police Staff Sgt. Michael Durham, and his wife, Kayla, alongside the drive-thru at the Seneca Chick-fil-A on Thursday.
On Wednesday afternoon, a 19-year-old former student pulled a fire alarm at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., and began shooting students and staff as they came out into the hallways. By the end of the rampage, 17 people were dead, and more were injured.