Darius Rucker Slams Racist Tweet: “Is This 2013 or 1913?” (Yahoo).
- City of Charleston and Town of James Island at odds, again (Post & Courier).
- Ford’s attorney seeks dismissal of ethics charges (Live 5 News).
- Red Cross Holding Disaster Volunteer Training After Oklahoma Twisters (Charleston Patch).
- North Charleston spinal care center cooperating with DHEC (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Apple program helps track down stolen computer, suspects in North Charleston burglary (Post & Courier).
- Comic Strip: Who should patrol late-night King St.? (Charleston City Paper).
- DEA agents respond to North Charleston clothing store (Live 5 News).
- Bill Murray Knows What To Do With A Crying Baby (Huffington Post).
- Some Charleston County employees could get one-time, $1,000 salary supplements under proposed budget (Post & Courier).
- Authorities release video of crash involving deputy, motorist (Live 5 News).
- Jenny Sanford’s donated papers offer poignant view of powerful couple; (Post & Courier).
- Updated: Boeing CEO Jim McNerney calls N. Charleston 787 campus “a big deal” (Post & Courier).
- Battery advance to US Open Cup third round (ABC News 4).
- Parking now free at Mount Pleasant’s Waterfront Park and Pier (Post & Courier).
- County Council OKs Boeing incentives (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- City Paper‘s overview critic Jeffrey Day has some insights into the 2013 Spoleto Festival (Charleston City Paper).
- Deputies identify suspect in Goose Creek shooting (Live 5 News).
- Rezoning the Sergeant Jasper apartment building will have a big effect on what replaces it (Charleston City Paper).
- TEA Partiers Protest IRS Scrutiny (Charleston Patch).
- 1 wounded in Berkeley County shooting (ABC News 4).
- Officials hope Folly Beach park reopens by late Summer (ABC News 4).
- Aviation authority postpones meeting (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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