- College of Charleston presidential finalists down to 4 (The State).
- Andrew Card withdraws from search (Live 5 News).
- Faxes containing patient data breached from Roper Hospital (News 2).
- S.C. Attorney General denies request for investigation of solicitor's office (Post & Courier).
- Alternative Spring Breakers clean up storm damage in Lincolnville (ABC News 4).
- The Clueless Nikki Haley (USNews).
- Is Jim DeMint the Most Hated Man in Washington? (Politico).
- Newly minted reality TV star Thomas Ravenel may challenge Lindsey Graham for U.S. Senate seat in fall (Post & Courier).
- Vincent Sheheen asks Chris Christie to pull RGA ads (The State).
- Gov. Haley requests major disaster declaration after winter storm (Live 5 News).
- Truthful Tuesday protesters arrested at State House (The State).
- Review: First episode of "Southern Charm" not so charming (Post & Courier).
- Southern Smarm: Bravo’s Latest Offering Falls Flat (The New York Observer).
- Southern Charm. What We Learned. Episode 1 (Charleston Grit).
Liveblog: Southern Charm Series Premiere (Charleston City Paper).
Who is Southern Charm's Whitney Sudler-Smith? (Charleston City Paper).
Southern Charm. What We Learned. Round Table Discussion. (Charleston Grit).
- Hip Hangout Headed to Hanover Street (Eater Charleston).
- The Fat Ninja Food Truck says it is teaming up with The Lechon Food Truck and fans should be on the "look out for Big Belly Beer Garden coming May of 2014" (Facebook).
- Chef Switch at Riso Noodle House (Post & Courier).
- Taco Mamacita on Sullivan's Island will now be serving brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am - 3 pm (Facebook).
- Clemson's Swinney says 4 to miss Georgia game (ABC News 4).
- Citadel steps in to help pay employees from inaugural Medal of Honor Bowl (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina postpones start of spring football (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Southern shooting for big finish in Big South Tournament (Post & Courier).
- Mark Byington returns to Lowcountry as GSU head coach (ABC News 4).
- Citadel basketball's Brian White makes SoCon's all-freshman team (Post & Courier).
Cougars Baseball cracks National Rankings (Cistern Yard).
- Shrimp boat taking on water in Shem Creek (News 2).
- Thousands of students prepare to walk to school Wednesday (Live 5 News).
- Coats and umbrellas needed the next few days (ABC News 4).
- Authorities capture fugitive wanted for shooting man in the head (Live 5 News).
Sea Turtle Rescuer Kelly Thorvalson (Palmetto Scene).
- The James Island Family Fun Day will return on 3/22 with free admission for anyone who attended the first one (Facebook).
- St. Andrews considers "accident service fee" ordinance (News 2).
- Crisis Ministries needs donations for bedding replacement after a bedbug outbreak (CM).
- County holds public meeting on new road to the airport (ABC News 4).
- East Cooper Medical Center to host free health event (Live 5 News).
- Medical cannabis bill is giving hope to the sufferers of epilepsy and their families (Post & Courier).
- Residents talk traffic concerns with James Island development (Live 5 News).
- Man pleads guilty to stealing SC doctor's identity (ABC News 4).
- Five behind bars after investigators locate gun, drugs in Orangeburg home (Live 5 News).
- Blackbaud enters into $325M credit facility (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Chief: Officer fatally shoots woman trying to drive off in patrol car (Live 5 News).
- Handicapped man injured after tussle with Dorchester deputies (ABC News 4).
- Berea Middle School teacher found dead at Quality Inn (Live 5 News).
- Coding school sets up in Mount Pleasant (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- South Carolina Connections Academy enrolling students, will host information session (Post & Courier).
- Association: SC Marsh Tacky horse race postponed (ABC News 4).
- Mason Preparatory School to break ground on new classroom building Thursday (Post & Courier).
- 2 teens die in crash involving log truck, car in Marlboro County (News 2).
- Ga. senators: Obama budget snubs Savannah Harbor deepening project (Post & Courier).