- Boyfriend charged in slaying of Sangaree mother and child (Post & Courier).
- Tunnels 140 feet underground to relieve Market Street flooding (ABC News 4).
- Dig it! Exploring Charleston’s new drainage tunnel (Post & Courier).
Boeing looking at components in efforts to make 787 Dreamliner more reliable (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Gov. Haley drops extradition for Veronica’s biological dad (ABC News 4).
- Meeting helps unemployed after Georgetown fire (ABC News 4).
- Charleston City Paper’s Beer Issue
- Diseased dolphin carcasses in Lowcountry, Southeast won’t be handled due to federal shutdown (Post & Courier).
- Wine aging experiment to resume off Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Firefighters battle blaze at West Ashley restaurant (Post & Courier).
- Fire at S&S Cafeteria in W. Ashley under investigation (Live 5 News).
- SC Guard processing same-sex couples’ benefits (ABC News 4).
- Standing-room-only crowd witnesses history in Orangeburg (Live 5 News).
- Lawsuit centers on alleged ‘spy camera’ in Mount Pleasant doctor’s office (Post & Courier).
- Medal of Honor Bowl all-star game avoids NCAA’s Confederate flag ban in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
Medal of Honor Bowl game is bad idea (Charleston City Paper).
- Yelp Gets Buzzed! (Yelp Charleston).
- Sweeney’s mixes up modern and traditional (Charleston City Paper).
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- Local family understands importance of donating blood (ABC News 4).
- Jazz Artists of Charleston has bold plans for its next five years (Charleston City Paper).
- Police seek woman for answers in Dogwood Park murder (ABC News 4).
- New flood insurance law puts some Lowcountry residents underwater (Post & Courier).
Town Warning Motorists Against Car Break-Ins (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Boots and Badges: Saving lives never looked so good (ABC News 4).
- Haley can appoint whoever she wants at The Citadel, and she will (Post & Courier).
- Poet Marcus Amaker drops his ego in a first-decade retrospective (Charleston City Paper).
- Study: SC drivers more likely to hit a deer (ABC News 4).
- Authorities investigating kidnapping, rape allegation in Walterboro (Live 5 News).
- National Weather Service operating in the midst of shutdown (News 2).
- Deadline for other options passes: School of Law moves forward with sale (ABC News 4).
- Cops: Man celebrating wedding anniversary attacked by cross-dressing prostitute (Live 5 News).
- Tenant leases former American LaFrance site (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Replica locomotive Best Friend of Charleston to make stop in Summerville on its way home (Post & Courier).
- SC Public Railways changes name to Palmetto Railways (Live 5 News).
- Report: Man says he shot neighbor’s dog to protect his wife (ABC News 4).
- Report: Man fathers baby with ex-girlfriend’s 13-year-old daughter (Live 5 News).
- Railroad work on North Rhett in Hanahan next week (Post & Courier).
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