Lillian Donahue

Lillian Donahue


Charleston, SC

Lillian joined the Live 5 News team in June 2019.

Recent Articles by Lillian

Crews to start demolition of John C. Calhoun statue base next week

Structure fire in Kingstree leaves one dead, two others injured

Cybersecurity, tech experts weigh in on tracking phone data for COVID-19 exposures

College of Charleston finalized COVID-19 fall changes, housing reductions

Father and son missing on Lake Moultrie following Saturday storm found safe

Group holds peaceful protest in honor of Emanuel 9 victims

  Hundreds show on and off the water for ‘MAGA’ boat parade

  Historic church vandalized as show, ‘Outer Banks’ gains popularity

  Four Lowcountry beach municipalities opt to continue access checkpoints

‘He lives for this job:’ wife of deputy hit by car opens up about husband’s condition

Lowcountry Strong: Man posts messages outside hospital for brother battling cancer

City of Charleston passes ordinance directing people to stay at home except for necessary trips

Some sew mask covers for healthcare workers, MUSC says they can’t accept

Charleston Korean War veteran surprised with wish before aggressive cancer treatment

Cheer team, community raise money for mother of S.C. girl killed in hunting accident

Cory Booker talks voter engagement, Iran strike in Colleton Co. town hall

  S.C. animal shelters experiencing ‘unprecedented overcrowding’

New state bill could raise fines for cars passing school busses, allow state to change “dangerous” bus stops

Activists in national forum discuss Charleston’s role in reparations for slavery

Cory Booker comes to South Carolina to discuss issues with voters

Meet the Thornleys, SC family made up of nearly two-dozen adopted children from around the world

  Civil War cannonballs found on beach after Hurricane Dorian

American flag traveling 14,500 miles for veterans stops in the Lowcountry

  Community honors life of RaNiya Wright for her birthday

North Charleston pastor charged after allegations of sexual abuse of minor

High school student’s ‘Sober party’ a hit among Lowcountry teens