- Police: Man dies after playing with gun in North Charleston apartment (ABC News 4).
- Coast Guard lieutenant will be demoted, retire after pleading guilty for conduct on cutter Gallatin (Post & Courier).
- Pilot OK after landing gear collapsed at Charleston airport (Live 5 News).
- Cessna towed from runway (News 2).
- Outdoor Pizza Now an Option at Indaco (Eater Charleston).
- BLU Introduces Weekend Brunches (Post & Courier).
- The Americano: Another John Adamson Production (Eater Charleston).
- The Cadillac of Calzones (Eater Charleston).
- Bistro Toulouse Coming to Mount Pleasant (Eater Charleston).
- Amelia Claire’s Selling Tea Sugars (Post & Courier).
- Home of the Pork Trifecta, EVO, by the Numbers (Eater Charleston).
- A Short Story About Calzones With Brian Wolter (Eater Charleston).
- The Starter Model of Charleston Calzones (Eater Charleston).
- Calzone Convo With the Men of Mellow (Eater Charleston).
- Avondale's art scene is off the charts (ABC News 4).
- Eclectic small biz approach means a boom for Avondale (ABC News 4).
- Past champ, Charleston native get wild card bids to FCC 2014 (ABC News 4).
- Famous Jameis back in Clemson as FSU's closer for baseball series (Post & Courier).
- Steve Smith surprises 7-year-old fan (ESPN).
- Riley Park making baseball games bigger, brighter experience (Post & Courier).
- Hearing Friday in House Speaker Bobby Harrell-Attorney General Alan Wilson case (Post & Courier).
- Attorney wants Harrell ethics hearings public (ABC News 4).
- Bill allowing limited use of cannabis oil advances (ABC News 4).
- Folly Beach wall that led to legislation must come down, S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control rules (Post & Courier).
- Anti-abortion bill advanced to SC Senate floor (ABC News 4).
- Former Husk assistant manager sentenced to 10 years after pleading guilty to reckless homicide (Post & Courier).
- Two upcoming events to benefit Ethen Richardson, 8-year-old battling brain tumor (Post & Courier).
- Midtown Productions partners with Duvall Catering to open dinner theater (Charleston City Paper).
- Woman accused of robbing man who called her seeking sex (Post & Courier).
- SC student apparently left on bus 6 hours (ABC News 4).
- Highway workers hope higher speeding fines in work zones will become law in South Carolina (WBTW).
- Moonlight Mixers suspended during Folly Beach Pier repairs (Live 5 News).
- Mother hopes witnesses will come forward in son's murder (Live 5 News).
- Charleston airport vendors to invest $10 million in new facilities (Post & Courier).
- CARTA moving forward with $14.5 million Intermodal Center (Live 5 News).
- Colleton County School board elects acting superintendent (news 2).
- Federal agency settles with SC charter schools (ABC News 4).
- Judge denies bond for woman charged in toddler's death (Live 5 News).
- USCG: Oil spill in Sampit still being monitored (ABC News 4).
- Kiawah firm that owned Irish resort lists up to $50M in debt (Post & Courier).
- An interactive tour teaching smart choices on a budget (Live 5 News).
- Ports authority could sell site to town of Port Royal (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Man sentenced to life in prison in SC island death (ABC News 4).
- Emma's Law passes subcommittee, heads to Judiciary Committee (Live 5 News).
- Colleton man sentenced to 35 years for robbing elderly couple (ABC News 4).