- Authorities: Berkeley County woman drives van with her children into ocean near Daytona Beach (Post & Courier).
- District says knife tool taken from 3rd grader on bus (ABC News 4).
- Summerville no longer pursuing own ban on texting while driving (Live 5 News).
- Southern Charm debut draws fewer than 1 million viewers (Post & Courier).
- Not Another Southern Charm Piece (Charleston Grit).
- Charleston's collective palate has expanded far and wide (Charleston City Paper).
Eat This Tonight: The Flowchart (Charleston City Paper)
- OMG, BB&T CHSW+FF is Soon: Drink & Eat Guides (Eater Charleston).
- His name may be French, but his food is Italian and his empire is expanding (Charleston City Paper).
- A Quartet of Unofficial Events (Post & Courier).
- Self-taught Jeff Butler has fun with food at the 'Wich Doctor (Eater Charleston).
- Chefs New to the W+F Festival (Post & Courier).
- Mike Lata returns to defend his title as Master Blaster (Charleston City Paper).
- Alligator meat may soon be coming from SC farms (WBTW).
- Bohemian Bull: 'Rhapsody' for beer lovers on James Island (Charleston Scene).
- How expensive are expensive tacos anyway? (Charleston City Paper).
- Old St. Andrew’s Announces Tearoom Dates (Post & Courier).
- From Apathy to Elation: 5 Years In at Wild Olive (Eater Charleston).
- Rodney in Exile tour raises money for stricken Hemingway pit (Post & Courier).
- The New Southern Table isn't about cornbread and fried chicken (Charleston City Paper).
- With aid of private QB coach, Clemson's Tajh Boyd adopts pro-style passing motion (Post & Courier).
- Gamecocks stay perfect, Bulldogs avoid shutout (News 2).
- Sapakoff: College of Charleston must make a CAA Tournament statement (Post & Courier).
- The Citadel's Turtogtokh Luvsandorj named SoCon wrestler of the year (Post & Courier).
- Rep. Sanford to speak about tax incentives for Bass Pro Shops (Post & Courier).
- Bill discussed by SC State House would make it easier to get divorced (WMBF).
- Charleston port-deepening study can be finished under Obama's budget, Army Corps says (Post & Courier).
- SC House committee formed to study MUSC-C of C merger (Post & Courier).
- SC Hospital Association against bill for nullification of 'Obamacare' (The Digitel).
- City, Palmetto Project to host health insurance enrollment event on Saturday (Post & Courier).
- SC attorney sentenced to 5 years for stealing (ABC News 4).
- 3 dead in shooting in Anderson County home (News 2).
- Medal of Honor for South Carolina Marine (Post & Courier).
- SC State president asks for $13.6M direct payment (ABC News 4).
- Family pushes to legalize form of marijuana for epilepsy relief (Live 5 News).
- Survivor of fatal train accident that killed CofC grad talks about deadly ordeal (Live 5 News).
- The renovated Vendue will be the city's first art hotel (Charleston City Paper).
- Circus comes to town, brings protests to coliseum (News 2)
- Cops: Fire chief's killer said 'Now you're mine' (ABC News 4).
- 3 killed, 6 injured in wreck on I-95 (ABC News 4).
- $30,000 a year for flood insurance possible, Capitol Hill votes to ease crippling payments (News 2).
- RiverDogs postpone national anthem auditions (ABC News 4).
- Roper confirms personal data of four patients compromised (News 2).
- Groups to pay ports authority in cruise terminal lawsuit (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Report: Caretaker charged with taking elderly woman's money (ABC News 4).
- Ashley Landing Mall on Sam Rittenberg changes hands for $19 million (Charleston Regional Business Journal).