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Rep. Clyburn hopeful harbor deepening money on way

Long-sought money for a study of deepening the Charleston Harbor shipping channel could be included when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers releases its national work plan later this month. Full story

MSHA plans public hearings on safety rules

The federal Mine Safety and Health Administration says it's holding four public hearings next month on two sets of proposed rules. Full story

TODAY Moms: 'Being a father changes everything'

Darius Rucker is one proud papa. The former "Hootie and the Blowfish" frontman, now a genuine country superstar with five No. 1 hits, lives in Charleston, S.C. with his wife and three children. Full story

Flight diverted after passengers smell smoke

An American Airlines flight to Washington, D.C., from Miami was diverted to South Carolina after passengers reported smelling smoke in the cabin. Full story

Critics say SC treatment center lacks security

As police continued searching for one of four teens who ran away from a Summerville treatment center last week, critics say the facility lacks security to handle the potentially dangerous youths staying there. Full story

SC Ports Authority to proceed with cruise terminal

The board of the South Carolina State Ports Authority has voted to go ahead with plans to build a $25 million cruise terminal on the Charleston waterfront despite objections from residents in the area. Full story

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Few blacks attend Civil War anniversary events

Civil War 150th: Fort Sumter re-enactors wind down

Graham, Scott continue to pursue SC port funding

First shots mark 150 years since start of Civil War

Civil War 150th a lifetime event for re-enactors

W.Va. police search for evidence in 2003 slayings

Investigator says W.Va. blast shows need for laws

Corrected: Unusual sleepovers to preserve former slave homes

Man sleeps in slave cabins to highlight their history

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  ‘Secession Ball’ remembers Civil War

Charleston, South Carolina kicks off numerous celebrations on Monday night to remembers its role in starting the Civil War. Countdown guest host Chris Hayes reports.

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BESTPIX - 150th Anniversary Of The Start Of The Civil War Marked In Charleston
BESTPIX - 150th Anniversary Of The Start Of The Civil War Marked In Charleston

CHARLESTON, SC - APRIL 12: Confederate re-enactors stand on the ramparts of Fort Moultrie are silhouetted in the rising sun to mark the 150th anniversary of the Civil War on April 12, 2011 in Charleston, South Carolina. The first shot that began the Civil War was fired at Fort Sumter April 12, 186

150th Anniversary Of The Start Of The Civil War Marked In Charleston
150th Anniversary Of The Start Of The Civil War Marked In Charleston

CHARLESTON, SC - APRIL 12: Confederate re-enactors look out at Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor, from positions in Fort Moultrie early on April 12, 2011 in Charleston, South Carolina. The first shot that began the Civil War was fired at Fort Sumter April 12, 1861 in Charleston harbor.