- In years before Mount Pleasant shooting death, the Simpsons experienced an escalating struggle with mental illness (Post & Courier).
- SEVEN Sea Turtles to be Released Wednesday at Folly Beach (HCS).
- Police investigating after gun drops out of student's book bag at Stall HS (Live 5 News).
- Walterboro woman accused of kidnapping infant, raising as her own will face trial in fall (ABC News 4).
- Charleston fire officials: 'Significant improvements' made since Charleston 9 were lost (Live 5 News).
- Serial killer Todd Kohlhepp gets 7 life sentences + 60 years (News 2).
- Developer who bought Ashley Hall Plantation withdraws request to be annexed into City of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Artisan Meat Share to Shutter This Sunday (Eater Charleston).
- Bay Street Biergarten is Bringing Brunch (and Sexy) Back! (HCS).
- Goulette opens with a casual, grill-heavy menu (Charleston City Paper).
- Grab Free Treats Friday for National Doughnut Day! (HCS).
- Buy a North Central Delicatessen breakfast sandwich, get a free ... portrait? (Charleston City Paper).
- Taste Of Hutson Alley Returns This November (CRBJ BizWire).
- Mrs. Sassard's hopes to grow name recognition with expanded product line (Post & Courier).
- Chipotle Mexican Grill says nationwide data breach affects all 4 Charleston-area restaurants (Post & Courier).
SPOLETO AND PICCOLO SPOLETO FESTIVALS
- Spoleto Overview (Charleston City Paper).
- Spoleto’s premiere of 'Farnace' brings a cinematic scale to the theater (Charleston City Paper).
- Music in Time an adventurous sojourn through contemporary music (Post & Courier).
- The re-singing of Princess Diana's sad tale isn’t a crowning achievement (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Music Hall Hosts Screening of Sufjan Steven's "Carrie & Lowell LIVE"; Filmed at North Charleston PAC (HCS).
- Luke Combs Headlines Inaugural Old Row Summer Tour (HCS).
- The “Green Book of South Carolina” Launches as First-Ever Mobile Travel Guide to S.C. African American Cultural Sites (Charleston Chronicle).
- Confessions of a Southern Charm Newbie: We can all just get along (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston bike share launch challenges users to burn 1 million calories combined in first year (Post & Courier).
- Power play goal in third gives Eagles 2-0 series lead (ABC News 4).
- For Citadel baseball's Fred Jordan, 'no regrets' as he says good-bye after 26 years (Post & Courier).
- Revisiting one of Gregg Allman's final shows in Charleston, on stage with John Mayer and Zac Brown (Charleston City Paper).
- Bed bugs reported at three Charleston fire stations (Live 5 News).
- Bill Murray delivered Ashley Hall's commencement address on Sunday (Charleston City Paper).
- S.C. Rep. Mark Sanford says Trump tactics part of blame in Montana candidate's alleged assault (Post & Courier).
- Rep. Jeff Duncan falsely said CNN retracted a story. They didn’t — and CNN personally made sure he knew it (Post & Courier).
- Jury selection set in trial of local man accused of attempting to join ISIS (ABC News 4).
- S.C. Democrat Archie Parnell, vying for the same seat once held by Frank Underwood, spoofs 'House of Cards' in ad (Post & Courier).
- From Nikki Haley, another side of Trump's 'America First' (Live 5 News).
- Report: Someone intentionally set fire at Charleston school (Live 5 News).
- Democratic poll: Party has a shot in sleepy South Carolina race (Washington Post).
- Congressman Mark Sanford reflects on challenges lawmakers face (Live 5 News).
- Happy Henry, Charleston's smiling bellman, gets more national recognition (Post & Courier).
- Volunteers needed for Lowcountry Orphan Relief (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Jennifer Berry Hawes (HCS).
- Still no clues in case of murdered Ohio banker Barri Shank a year after his death (ABC News 4).
- Man caught masturbating in front of the Gap (ABC News 4).
- Cannon, President intersection closed for 'unforeseen utility relocation' (ABC News 4).
- Police arrest man wanted for James Island burglary (Live 5 News).
- Officer killed in Montana to be laid to rest in S. Carolina (News 2).