Charleston, SC (WCBD) - Julian Smith is all about running. He's been the director of the Cooper River Bridge Run since 1994. But there is no running from Smith's current challenge - he has cancer. But like any determined runner taking on the Ravenel Bridge, he isn't backing down.
A Lowcountry Navy Veteran celebrated a milestone birthday, but instead of having a big party and receiving gifts, Steve Kiser held a different type of gathering and gave a special gift. He gave it all he had to raise money for The Wounded Warrior Project.
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) - When you think of Hurricane Hugo, you might often think of the storm's destruction. But that massive force of nature also resulted in the creation of an organization that exists today.
The blood drives put on by the American Red Cross are just the start of the life saving process of getting blood to those who need it. Mary Mitchell is a crucial part of that, and our Everyday Hero this week.
May the work I've done speak for me. Dr. Thaddeus John Bell continues on the path in his unwavering journey to spread health care awareness in minority and economically challenged communities. We're in North Charleston with our Everyday Hero.