- Live 5 Most Wanted fugitive back in jail after mistaken release (Live 5 News).
- Couple Sues SC Agency After Toddler’s Sex Change Surgery (Columbia Patch).
- Story made national headlines – Couple sues over adopted son’s sex-assignment surgery (NBC News).
- 213 East Bay fire started in Light, officials say (ABC News 4).
- Nude Virginia couple arrested in South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- Dozens of shots fired outside Club Pluto (Live 5 News).
- Slate of thinkers, visionaries line up for inaugural TEDxCharleston event (Charleston Business Journal).
- After a few rowdy years, crime-plagued Plan B nightclub closing (Charleston City Paper).
- Motorcyclist catches fire while driving on I-26 (Live 5 News).
- Tweet target says she was cyberbullied (Post & Courier).
- Suspect who alerted cops to alleged murder-for-hire plot pleads not guilty (Live 5 News).
- Expansion Planned for Shem Creek Park (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Officials cancel talks on Sen. Ford’s ethics allegations (Live 5 News).
- King Street keeps booming (ABC News 4).
- Salute from the Shore to soar with vintage planes (Island Packet).
- Department of Social Services silent following death of 2-year-old in child abuse case (Post & Courier).
- Hungry Meets Healthy reviews Collective Coffee Co.
- Colorful former Citadel running back Travis Jervey inducted into South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame (Post & Courier).
- Goose Creek council puts tax hike to a vote Tuesday (WCBD).
- SUV speeds away from deputies after 60-mile chase through West Ashley, over Interstate 26 (Post & Courier).
- Yo Bo Bringing Southwest Flavor to South Windermere (Charleston Patch).
- SCDEW Exodus (FITSNews).
- Berkeley County man accused of sexually assaulting child (Live 5 News).
- Day 3: Second Chance: The Mark Sanford Story (Post & Courier).
- Mark Sanford swearing in set for tomorrow afternoon (Post & Courier).
- Boeing S.C. poised for more growth (Charleston Area Business Journal).
- Blossom has unveiled a new menu (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Attorney challenges traffic stop, but magistrate OK’s charges in Charleston police shooting (Post & Courier).
- Gamecocks project as national seed, Clemson as NCAA Regional host (Post & Courier).
- Two South Carolina assistant coaches suspended one game by NCAA after being ejected Sunday (Post & Courier).
- Academic Magnet girls shut down Bishop England for Lower State soccer title (Post & Courier).
- Preservation Society releases 2013 Seven to Save List (Charleston City Paper).
- The TBonz Restaurant Group will change its name to Homegrown Hospitality Group (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Coroner: Elderly man in wheelchair fatally mauled by dogs (Live 5 News).
- Man gets 40 years in SC double homicide (ABC News 4).
- High Cotton has named Justin Coleman as its new associate general manager. (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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