- Tornado watch extended; Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester under severe thunderstorm warning (ABC News 4).
- NAN to review James Johnson's status as S.C. president following racially charged comments; Johnson not apologizing (Post & Courier).
- FBI: SC Man wanted to fight for Islamic State, torture American (AP).
- SPD: Couple arrested in Summerville murder case (ABC News 4).
- Suspects charged in reported rape at downtown Charleston party (Live 5 News).
- Two years after Walter Scott’s death, what has changed? (Charleston City Paper).
- Walterboro woman accused of kidnapping Kamiyah Mobley pleads not guilty (ABC News 4).
- Judge sets bond for man accused of setting girlfriend on fire (Live 5 News).
- Farmers Market Season Has Returned to Charleston Area (HCS).
- St. Philip's Tea Room is the best restaurant in Charleston (this week) [Post & Courier].
- Charleston incubator space for start-up restaurants to open by end of April (Post & Courier).
- Rudi’s Caffé e Vino now open on King Street (Charleston City Paper).
- Find consistently good Greek favorites at Stella's restaurant (Post & Courier).
- Tiger Corner Farms produces full-scale, aeroponic crops in recycled shipping containers (Charleston City Paper).
- Hen and the Goat is now open (Post & Courier).
- Choose Your Own Adventure: Lowcountry farmers markets (Charleston City Paper).
- Craving Tacos (Charleston Living Magazine).
- Three farms. Three farmers. Three personalities. One goal: Make it work. (Charleston City Paper).
- Pier 41's Southern/Asian fusion offers more than just a great happy hour (Charleston City Paper).
- Southern Charm Fourth Season Premiere Draws 1.25 Million (FITS News).
- Today's cover girl, Corrie Wang, one of Amazon's featured April YA authors (Charleston City Paper).
- Gay Bingo Returns This Summer (HCS).
- 'We listened.' Folly Beach's Sea & Sand Festival to see tighter rules following FollyGras complaints (Post & Courier).
- This season, the RiverDogs feature all-inclusive club level seating, but it'll cost ya (Charleston City Paper).
- Look: Sweet setup for Darius Rucker concert at USC (The State).
- Charleston punk rockers Hybrid Mutants celebrate 20 years (Charleston City Paper).
- RiverDogs and Pelicans Washed Out in Exhibition Opener (MiLB).
- Charleston's Shelby Rogers upsets No. 1 seed Madison Keys at Volvo Car Open (Post & Courier).
- Upsets dominate Wednesday at Volvo Car Open (Live 5 News).
- Freshfields at Kiawah hosts free Blues by the Sea event (Post & Courier).
- Chris Johnson's Question Bridge brings divisions in African-American culture into focus (Charleston City Paper).
- Charles Towne Landing throws birthday party for South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- House passes ‘Constitutional carry’ bill allowing permitless carry of firearms (The State).
- Charleston tour guide lawsuit goes to court (ABC News 4).
- Mayor Tecklenburg proposes merging fire, police departments (ABC News 4).
- Nikki Haley condemns Russia, Iran after chemical attack in Syria: 'They defied the conscience of the world' (Post & Courier).
- Schools dismiss early for threats of severe weather (ABC News 4).
- Gaffney lawmaker questions truthfulness of South Carolina Ethics Commission nominee (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina lawmakers flunk proposal to grade schools on an A-to-F scale (Post & Courier).
- IAAM gets big boost, still needs 19 million (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Waterkeeper founder Cyrus Buffum has found a new role on the water (Charleston City Paper).
- Tip leads to Summerville man's arrest for child pornography (ABC News 4).
- Police search for House of Sage shoplifting suspects (Live 5 News).
- Mount Pleasant teen arrested for Airsoft gun on bus after Snapchat post (ABC News 4).
- Lawsuit filed in Moncks Corner plane wreck (News 2).