- Deputies release suspect photos in fatal Orangeburg shooting (ABC News 4).
- SC bills could outlaw abortion, most contraception (ABC News 4).
- SC judge who wrote separate not equal honored (Live 5 News).
- 3 finalists in running for top job at MUSC (Post & Courier).
- Catered Easter Dinner - 50% Off! (InTown).
- Molly Darcy's is the official away game viewing location for all Battery games (Charleston Battery).
- Columbia's Jack Burg was named "The Desperate Chef" by CHARLIE and Le Creuset (CHARLIE).
- Charleston Food Film Festival: dinner and a movie, take two (Charleston City Paper).
- Lowcountry Strawberry Festival starts today (The Digitel).
- Lee Bros. and Duvall Events Take James Beard Dish for Test Ride (Post & Courier).
- What is Charleston's Most Underrated Restaurant? (Eater Charleston).
- Slow Food Columbia Hosts Chefs’ Showcase This Weekend (Post & Courier).
Charleston set to get one of the nation's first Bitcoin ATMs (Charleston City Paper).
Housing, outdoors play roles in attracting tech talent (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- New law aimed at repeat criminal offenders (ABC News 4).
- Haley campaign has $4M available; Sheheen: $1.7M (Live 5 News).
- SC Senate passes 'Read to Succeed' bill (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County School District "Yes for Schools" lawsuit in court (News 2).
- SC lawmakers back out of special prosecutor bill (Live 5 News).
- Sailing through Charleston Race Week (ABC News 4).
- Thursday's High School Results (Post & Courier).
- East Coast Paddlesports event back in Charleston (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina making a habit of walk-off hits this season (Post & Courier).
- Early RiverDogs lead slips to GreenJackets (ABC News 4).
- Sapakoff: Hanging out at the Masters with Arnie, Jack and Gary (Post & Courier).
- Venables disgruntled with defensive line's 'lack of leadership' to close Clemson spring practices (Post & Courier).
- School bus with students hit by car; driver injured (ABC News 4).
- SC students not ready for global success (WMBF).
- North Charleston's annual sculpture exhibition draws national artists (Post & Courier).
- Lanes reopened after school bus accident on Ashley Phosphate Rd. (Live 5 News).
- 3rd Annual Ron Burgundy Media Challenge at James Island County Park (News 2).
- Power restored to Mount Pleasant customers (News 2).
Spoleto Festival unveils 2014 poster image (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Tyler Boone recently released a new song called "Take Aim" (SoundCloud).
- Mighty Mack fights leukemia with help of his little sister (ABC News 4).
- Man shot in knee while trying to help friend (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry teacher remembers Colbert as a student (Live 5 News).
Lowcountry Loop Trolley, a local trolley transportation company, is looking for help renaming their tour of Boone Hall. You can tweet (@LowcountryLoop) or comment on their Facebook status with your suggestion. The winner gets a free ride.
- Hospitality industry expert talks how to balance tourism and Charleston charm (Live 5 News).
Register NOW for Fashion Camp at Mount Pleasant Towne Centre (Mt. P Towne Centre).
- Police accuse man of 2 burglaries in Charleston, James Island (ABC News 4).
- S.C. hospital collaborative on the horizon (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Prom boutique ready for exceptional young adults (ABC News 4).
- Nominations are now being accepted for the state's best performing companies (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- SC gun manufacturer to add 300 jobs with expansion (ABC News 4).