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    Lowcountry Proud: Chargeurs Wool, U.S.A. in Berkeley County Video included

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    We are spotlighting a manufacturing plant you may have never heard of, but you may have used or seen someone using their product over the years.

    Chargeurs Wool, U.S.A. turns raw wool into wool top, a product used to make yarn and other products.
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    • Search halted for missing Gaboon Viper

      Search halted for missing Gaboon Viper

      Tuesday, April 22 2014 7:08 PM EDT2014-04-22 23:08:20 GMT
      The missing viper could still be out there, but the search has been halted for safety concerns.
      The missing viper could still be out there, but the search has been halted for safety concerns.
    • Mom bites off dog's ear to save daughter during attack

      Mom bites off dog's ear to save daughter during attack

      Tuesday, April 22 2014 2:49 PM EDT2014-04-22 18:49:19 GMT
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      In a backyard in Alvin, swings a very lucky girl. Her name is Mackenzi Plass, or Kenzi for short, and she survived a dog attack and has undergone several surgeries."She'll be two and a half in May," said her very proud mother Chelsi Camp. "She's doing great. You wouldn't know it if you couldn't see."Mackenzi has scars on her face after the ordeal just weeks ago that put her mother's animal instincts to the test."You do whatever you can," said Camp. "I don't have physical strength at my side."...
      In a backyard in Alvin, swings a very lucky girl. Her name is Mackenzi Plass, or Kenzi for short, and she survived a dog attack and has undergone several surgeries."She'll be two and a half in May," said her very proud mother Chelsi Camp. "She's doing great. You wouldn't know it if you couldn't see."Mackenzi has scars on her face after the ordeal just weeks ago that put her mother's animal instincts to the test."You do whatever you can," said Camp. "I don't have physical strength at my side."...
    • Horse carriage crashes in Charleston Market

      Horse carriage crashes in Charleston Market

      Wednesday, April 23 2014 9:16 AM EDT2014-04-23 13:16:37 GMT
      Tuesday evening, about 5:10 p.m., a carriage horse was spooked and crashed in the Market district of downtown Charleston.Tuesday evening, about 5:10 p.m., a carriage horse was spooked and crashed in the Market district of downtown Charleston.
      Tuesday evening, about 5:10 p.m., a carriage horse was spooked and crashed in the Market district of downtown Charleston.
      Tuesday evening, about 5:10 p.m., a carriage horse was spooked and crashed in the Market district of downtown Charleston.
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    • 2 Your Health Special Report - Raising a Child with Diabetes

      2 Your Health Special Report - Raising a Child with Diabetes

      Wednesday, April 23 2014 12:03 PM EDT2014-04-23 16:03:01 GMT
      In a Special "2 Your Health" report News 2 anchor and medical reporter Carolyn Murray talks to two different families about raising a child with juvenile diabetes.
      In a Special "2 Your Health" report News 2 anchor and medical reporter Carolyn Murray talks to two different families about raising a child with juvenile diabetes.
    • Farmer cited for strawberry signs by Charleston zoning officials

      Farmer cited for strawberry signs by Charleston zoning officials

      Tuesday, April 22 2014 6:13 PM EDT2014-04-22 22:13:38 GMT
      The signs saying "u-pick strawberries Abrose Farms" were on City of Charleston owned land and Ambrose was cited. The signs saying "u-pick strawberries Abrose Farms" were on City of Charleston owned land and Ambrose was cited.
      Pete Ambrose has been farming on Wadmalaw Island for 40 years.
      Pete Ambrose has been farming on Wadmalaw Island for 40 years.
    • Annual 'Take Back the Night' event raises awareness about sexual violence

      Annual 'Take Back the Night' event raises awareness about sexual violence

      Thursday, April 17 2014 12:07 PM EDT2014-04-17 16:07:05 GMT
      The annual Take Back the Night event in Marion Square on Thursday, April 17th from 6-9pm.  The annual Take Back the Night event in Marion Square on Thursday, April 17th from 6-9pm.
      The Charleston-based, non-profit organization People Against Rape, in partnership with the College of Charleston's Cougar Activities Board, is hosting the annual Take Back the Night event in Marion Square on Thursday, April 17th from 6-9pm.
      The Charleston-based, non-profit organization People Against Rape, in partnership with the College of Charleston's Cougar Activities Board, is hosting the annual Take Back the Night event in Marion Square on Thursday, April 17th from 6-9pm.

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