- Second body found by crews in Cooper River (ABC New 4).
- Suspect captured after car chase through Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Firefighters band together to Help the Heartland (ABC News 4).
- Student arrested at graduation for having sex with underage girls (Live 5 News).
- 25 boaters grounded in Folly River over busy holiday weekend (Post & Courier).
- Belk To Hold 125th Anniversary Celebration Wednesday (Charleston Patch).
- Implanted magnetic ring offers relief to chronic heartburn sufferers (Post & Courier).
- James Island student competing at Scripps National Spelling Bee (Live 5 News).
- Area faith leaders debate controversial Medicaid expansion (Post & Courier).
- Charleston firm starts bucket list networking site (Live 5 News).
- SC House panel says cybersecurity bill too rushed (ABC News 4).
- Revised Charleston bar policing ordinance up for discussion tonight (Post & Courier).
- SC Treasurer Loftis in hospital for chest pains (Live 5 News).
- Loftis issues statement (ABC News 4).
- Charleston’s new Irish memorial park dedication set for June 10 (Post & Courier).
- Riverdogs pitcher Dietrich Enns named SAL pitcher of the week (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston resident attacked Charleston man with 2-by-4-inch piece of lumber, police report says (Post & Courier).
- Lattimore chosen as spokesperson for ‘well visits’ (ABC News 4).
- Clemson-USC On Collision Course in Baseball Regionals (Charleston Patch).
- Several Gamecocks earn SEC honors (ABC News 4).
- Public invited to weigh-in on Shem Creek Park upgrades (Live 5 News).
- 3 Matadors ready for West Ashley (Charleston City Paper).
- Portable pool brings swim lessons to kids (Post & Courier).
S.C. pint bill makes it through Senate and House, awaits Haley’s signature (Charleston City Paper).
- SC lawmakers among group pushing back against new standards (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County’s Mullet Hall Equestrian Center part of larger Johns Island County Park (Post & Courier).
- GCSO ask for help in Gator Lane armed robbery (ABC News 4).
- Crowds Flock to Folly on Memorial Day (Charleston Patch).
Music Monday: Four concerts, six hours, almost two centuries (Charleston City Paper).
- Community to show support for Harbor View computer teacher (Live 5 News).
- Fla. company acquires Goose Creek apartments (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Will Kitchen 208 Open for Breakfast Next Week? (Eater Charleston).
- Driver killed on I-26 in overnight accident (Live 5 News).
- Review: Punch Brothers dazzle with progressive bluegrass (Post & Courier).
- Port sees boost in container volumes (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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