- SLED: 65 gun permits revoked due to reporting law (ABC News 4).
- 27-year-old Columbia woman killed by train during movie shoot (Live 5 News).
- Moorers in custody in connection with Heather Elvis case, police confirm (Live 5 News).
- Sheriff: Teen killed in mistaken retaliation (Live 5 News).
- Pours and Porridge in South Carolina (Garden & Gun).
- The art of 'wichcraft' conjures up a spell of good eating at The Southern General on Johns Island (Charleston Scene).
- Crave to Take Over Space Vacated by Rosebank Farms Cafe (Post & Courier).
- Guess the Chef at Unnamed King/Morris Project (Eater Charleston).
- What to Expect from Ristorante LID (Post & Courier).
- Ristorante LIDI's menu has been released.
- Paolo’s Introduces Customizable Cannoli (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley Firefighters hosting 1st annual BBQ Cook off Saturday (News 2).
- A Little Bit of Leon's for the Day (Eater Charleston).
- Here's everything on Mellow Mushroom's new employees-only menu (Thrillist).
- Mayor Riley Didn't Want to Delay the Gratis Hooch (Eater Charleston).
- Restaurateurs Plan More Small Plates for Upper King (Post & Courier).
- Thomas Ravenel: Lindsey Graham’s contempt for liberty can’t go unchallenged (The State).
Occupy Columbia members reach financial settlement in lawsuit against Gov. Nikki Haley (Charleston City Paper).
- Palmetto Sunrise: McConnell says he’s still in the running for C of C presidency (Post & Courier).
- SC Senate ethics bill wouldn't change oversight (The Island Packet).
- Lawmakers still studying statewide texting-while-driving ban (WMBF).
New S.C. gun law will strip mandatory 8-hour training requirement (Charleston City Paper).
Dear Rep. Garry Smith, I Think We Need To Talk (Cistern Yard).
- Painting Dixie Blue (Politico).
- SEC Network prepares kick-off with USC-Texas A&M (Go Gamecocks).
- USC seeking bids on indoor football practice facility (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Clemson RB Tyshon Dye suffers injury, will miss spring practices (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley's own Bruce Ellington ready for his close-up at the Combine (Post & Courier).
- Stratford football coach's emotional goodbye (ABC News 4).
- 60 years later, Citadel basketball players recall their own losing season (Post & Courier).
Rachel Kate, Megan Jean, Carnaval, and Zonaea to play SXSW (Charleston City Paper).
- 98 ROCKFEST will be moved to the Fall (Facebook).
- A new Sol Driven Train album is in the works and will include a mix of new songs and previously unrecorded live tunes. They are eying a summer release.
- Win Tickets to Alice in Wonderland! (Charleston City Paper).
- Weekend Round-up: Bruisin' for a Brewsin' (Charleston City Paper).
- Patriots Point to launch new programs this spring (Post & Courier).
A review of SEWE 2014 (Cistern Yard).
- Charge dismissed against woman arrested over VHS copy of J. Lo movie (WISTV).
- Crews respond to fire in downtown Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Civil rights leader Septima P. Clark to be inducted into state Hall of Fame (Post & Courier).
- Charleston murder-for-hire trial to resume Monday, defense presenting witnesses (Post & Courier).
- Defense witness files motion to be removed from case (ABC News 4).
- Reward increased for info on puppy shot, left for dead in Ravenel (Live 5 News).
- Police in Colleton County find meth lab in shed behind home (News 2).
- Increased demand leads JetBlue to add bigger jets in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston students pose questions about merger with MUSC, take no official position yet (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Co. school board to vote Monday on middle school merger (Live 5 News).
- Container volumes up 7% at the port (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- New sharks moved into Great Ocean Tank at S.C. Aquarium (Post & Courier).
- Study: Clemson University created 350 jobs in the Lowcountry (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Police release video surveillance images of stabbing in North Charleston (News 2).
- Darius Rucker helps fellow country music star after tour bus crash (Live 5 News).
- Dorchester Co. yard debris sites open every day (ABC News 4).
- Malcolm Jefferson Murder still unsolved, reward up to $4,000 (News 2).
Gibbes' Society 1858 announces prize for regional artists (Charleston City Paper).
- West Ashley senior center likely will open in 2016 (Post & Courier).
- Four CCSD school nurses win Palmetto Gold Award (ABC News 4).
- FCC says it will not monitor newsroom operations (Post & Courier).
- CCSO: Drive by shooting suspects crash into daycare (ABC News 4).
- BoomTown’s new application to help agents with leads (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Pro bike group makes pitch for Ashley River Bridge bike lane (Live 5 News).
- James lsland boy with chronic illness gets trip to Disney World (News 2).
- North Charleston plans to board up Garco mill building while planning arts center (Post & Courier).
- Goose Creek to build 2 new fire stations (News 2).
- North Charleston to buy toilet trailer to provide public with proper potties (Post & Courier).
- Since opening in August 2013, The School for Asperger’s/HFA at Trident Academy has reached its classroom capacity and now has a waiting list for admission. The school currently serves students in kindergarten through third grade. Next year, fourth and fifth grade classes will be added.
- News 2 Investigation Update: Fire Inspection changes (News 2).
- College to Host Lecture About Conflicts During the Late Bronze Age (CofC).
- Charleston County school leaders scaling back budget requests, likely won't see new Mount Pleasant magnet school in 2014 (Post & Courier).
- Police arrest suspect in Friday morning gas station robbery (News 2).
- Union still wants to organize Boeing's North Charleston workers, official says (Post & Courier).
This Week In #CHS Tweets (Charleston Grit).