- College of Charleston students have "no confidence" in Board of Trustees (Post & Courier).
- DOT: There are options for ice issues on Ravenel Bridge (ABC News 4).
YOU CAN'T MAKE THIS STUFF UP
- Upstate deputies say man hit girlfriend with anger management book (Post & Courier).
- Days after EMS unit used for wedding, Berkeley County EMS director resigns (Post & Courier).
- Tony Page, co-owner of Page's Okra Grill, (and Mt. Pleasant Mayor Linda Page's brother) has passed away.
- Dining Out in Charleston (Huffington Post).
- Anson Restaurant Predicts Summer Reopening (Eater Charleston).
- Sheheen, Haley filing to be on ballot for governor (ABC News 4).
- McConnell deserves support (Post & Courier).
- Top 10 Absurd Quotes by Lindsey Graham (FreedomWorks).
- Bill could require students in SC to learn cursive by fifth grade (Carolina Live).
- Woman to address State House on Crosstown overpass proposal (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina survives the cold, hold off College of Charleston in late innings (Post & Courier).
- Tuesday's high school results (Post & Courier).
- Start Spreadin' The News: Clemson outlasts Belmont in a 73-68 thriller, heads to NIT semis in New York City (Post & Courier).
Steve Madden Surprises Audience at Charleston Fashion Week Day Three (Charleston City Paper).
- Case against Berkeley County man with 200 dead dogs behind house getting national attention (Post & Courier).
- Unclaimed $100,000 lottery ticket sold in Summerville (Post & Courier).
- 'Southern Charm': The one where T-Rav might be a daddy (Post & Courier).
- Treatment for mom accused of driving kids in ocean (ABC News 4).
- Ashley Ridge teacher receives stitches after being assaulted by student, officials say (Post & Courier).
- CofC board seeks approval to offer doctorates (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Freeze watch, warning issued tonight for Lowcountry (Live 5 News).
- SC House Committee passes “Emma’s Law” to reduce DUIs (News 2).
- Cadaver dogs assisting investigation of body found in Summerville (Live 5 News).
- Police, church partner to change West Ashley neighborhood (ABC News 4).
- Her conviction and his desperate need joins 2 at Joint Base Charleston (News 2).
SUSTO, the Lovely Few to release new albums April 1 (Charleston City Paper).
- Citadel Mall signs on another 2 tenants (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Panel advances bill that orders study at deadly Charleston intersection (Post & Courier).
- Trident Technical College is accepting registrations for the Kids’ College 2014 Summer Camps (Trident).
- SC senators to debate allowing card, dice games (ABC News 4).
- A Catalyst in the Chamber (Lowcountry High Tech).
- Multi-million dollar jail wing still empty after years of completion (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Chamber creates space for entrepreneurs (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Tanger Outlets contributes $50,000 to North Area Shuttle (Post & Courier).
- Saving Our Children: The Obesity Epidemic (ABC News 4).
- Landing gear an issue in crashed Hartsville plane (ABC News 4).
- Treasurer Loftis to present Wando student with $1,800 scholarship (Live 5 News).
- Hardesty threatens to file complaint against Berkeley board (Post & Courier).
- Chemical manufacturer looks to bring 700 jobs to Bushy Park (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Six months later: Front Street fire site to be cleaned (ABC News 4).
- Israeli firm opens clinical development center at Roper St. Francis (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- One year later, Durham bus drivers say fleet is still in poor condition (ABC News 4).
- Dr. H. Hugh Fudenberg, former professor of immunology with MUSC, dies at 85 (Post & Courier).