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The remains of a missing teenager from 2009 were found in the west area of Georgetown. The victim was reported missing after leaving Blue Water Resort in Myrtle Beach in 2009. A suspect has been apprehended and currently held in the Georgetown County Detention Center.

In other headlines: 

S.C. ranks No. 11 for DUI-related incidents. South Carolina ranked No. 11 in a recent Zutobi report measuring DUI-related metrics such as arrests and fatalities. According to the report, 29% of all road fatalities in South Carolina were DUI-related while nationwide, drunk driving accounted for 30% of all road fatalities.

College of Charleston archaeologists excavating historic African American school. Two College of Charleston professors will lead a three-week excavation field study of the 1904 Long Point Elementary School, becoming the third African-American schoolhouse site in the country to be excavated. The African American Historic Settlement Commission believes the excavation could be proved insightful into the daily lives of the students.

Mace engaged to Charleston entrepreneur. U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace posted to her campaign’s YouTube page a video of her engagement to Charleston tech entrepreneur Patrick Bryan over the weekend. Mace believed to be shooting b-roll footage for a commercial but found her now-fiancé behind the door.

HireX hosting virtual career fair Wednesday. HireX is hosting the North Charleston Virtual Career Fair on Wednesday, May 18 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with over 25 employers including Goldman Sachs Group, Pfizer, Lockheed Martin and more to help job seekers.

Charleston ranks in top 15 summer destinations. Charleston ranked No. 12 in top summer destinations in a study published by WalletHub. In a number of different factors used to determine the state’s overall ranking, the Charleston-North metro area ranked third in weather, 12th in costs of three-star hotels and 16th in local costs out of the 50 states. 

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