[image-1] S.C.’s Department of Natural Resources is warning beachgoers about Portuguese Man O’War sigh tings on Sullivan’s Island and Hilton Head. If you see one, avoid it: a sting from even a dead Man O’War can be excruciatingly painful and require medical attention. Source: AP

S.C. has seen a jump of 38 percent in suicide deaths, bringing it to the second-leading cause of death among teens and young adults in the state. Doctors at MUSC are using brain imaging technology to see if brain scans can detect why some people act on the suicidal thoughts, while others don’t. Source: P&C

A federal contractor is using hurricane relief funds to dredge Breach Inlet, to the tune of $9.4 million dollars. The area they’re dredging had been previously dredged, but Hurricane Michael filled it back in. Source: P&C

The Charleston Animal Society is offering a $5,000 reward for anyone who has information that leads to the arrest and conviction of who shot 17 year-old Zymaine and his dog, Cowboy, in a house invasion on Sat., June 1. Source: Live 5 [content-1]
This week in feuds we didn’t know we wanted: former Governor Nikki Haley and Whoopi Goldberg got into it over Haley’s comments from an anti-abortion group gala. Goldberg made her stance explicit, responding to Haley’s comments with “See to me, you taking choice from people is anti-human,” and went on to say “I don’t want you in my coochie! You don’t want me in yours either.” Source: P&C