White House documents given to the House panel investigating the Capitol assault revealed a 7-hour time gap in records of calls made by former President Donald Trump on the day of the riot. The gap raises questions about whether Trump or another official deleted records, or if a personal line was used to avoid records being kept.
In other headlines:
CCSD increasing mental health initiatives for students, staff. Charleston County School District’s mental health and wellness initiatives are nearly reaching students at levels that haven’t been seen since the start of the pandemic. More: The Post and Courier
Charleston residents report concern about ‘homeless encampment’ under bridge. Residents of Charleston have reported what they think could be a homeless encampment under the Ashley River Bridge, but city leaders would not confirm that it is a known homeless encampment. More: WCSC TV
S.C. may allow lab to harvest horseshoe crabs in off-limits zone, despite calls for more limitations. The S.C. Department of Natural Resources is considering a special permit to allow Charles River Labs to collect horseshoe crabs in areas of the ACE Basin that had previously been off limits. More: The State, The Post and Courier
Charleston officials report uptick in pedicab complaints. The City of Charleston reported the number of complaints about pedicab drivers failing to obey city rules is on the rise. More: WCSC TV
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