- James Island man dies in deputy-involved shooting (News 2).
- Myrtle Beach body is unidentified after 5 months (News 2).
- Tiremaker passes on South Carolina, picks Tennessee for 1,800-worker plant (Post & Courier).
- CARTA releases statement on shutdown effects (ABC News 4).
- Halls to Take Over La Fourchette Space? (Eater Charleston).
- La Fourchette to Close Tomorrow (Eater Charleston).
- Chicken Salad Chick Claims Andolini’s Old Address (Post & Courier).
- Author of Food Network History to Speak in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Crave, Mosaic and New Moon Take Home Mac-Off’s Prizes (Post & Courier).
- Patrick Owens Next Local Chef on James Beard House Schedule (Post & Courier).
- Report: Victim hangs onto stolen vehicle, attacks thief on James Island (Live 5 News).
- Bond denied for man accused in Five Points stray-bullet shooting (Live 5 News).
- Man arrested after shooting, fight at Walterboro inn (ABC News 4).
- Teenager accused of shooting man multiple times following argument (Live 5 News).
- Police arrest man for downtown armed robbery (ABC News 4).
- Crowd meets at Sullivan’s Island for Alex Apps vigil (Post & Courier).
- Upstate deputy finds her horses shot to death (Live 5 News).
- Report: Man uses prior job with jail to get out of traffic ticket (ABC News 4).
- Suspects sought in McDonald’s armed robbery (Live 5 News).
- Newberry woman gets 50 years for killing boyfriend (News 2).
- Late Citadel Rally Falls Short in 28-21 Loss to No. 22 Georgia Southern (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Southern edges VMI in 25-17 win (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina Baseball Announces 2014 Schedule (ABC News 4).
- Pictures from Half-Moon Outfitters 4th Annual Golden Nugget SUP Race (Facebook).
- 4th annual Avondale 5K Results (Post & Courier).
- Where will Charleston be ranked in this year’s Conde Nast travel report? (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry leaders hope to change lowcountry by changing lives (News 2).
- North Charleston works on plan to create homeless shelter in former school (Post & Courier).
- Chris Cox’s Memorial Militia swells to 200 on Saturday (ABC News 4).
- Reverend Michael Dowd Presides over Unlikely Marriage (CofC).
- Charleston developer announces Lt. Gov. bid (Post & Courier).
- SC schools get chance to buy Charleston law school (ABC News 4).
- Dorchester Co. voters to decide on possible sales tax bump (Live 5 News).
- New development nabs Blue Acorn as tenant (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Gov. Haley wants list of state-owned buildings (ABC News 4).
- Cainhoy development could be bigger than Daniel Island (Post & Courier).
- Boat sinks in Shem Creek near Geechee pier (Post & Courier).
- Georgetown hero to the rescue for second time (ABC News 4).
- County OKs demolition of W. Ashley vegetable shed (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- One of Sumter’s first black deputies retires (Post & Courier).
- MUSC Children’s Hospital changes name — again (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry Kid-Friendly Halloween Events (Charleston With Kids).
Second installment of Undead America trilogy to be released later this month (Charleston City Paper).