- 3rd arrest made in Jan. 1 murders (ABC News 4).
- Couple convicted in murder-for-hire plot set to be sentenced in June (Live 5 News).
- Proposal for Bars/Restaurants to Halt Booze Early (Eater Charleston).
- South Carolina lawmakers: Craft beer bill compromise reached (Post & Courier).
- Leon's Menu Makes an Online Appearance (Eater Charleston).
- A Helping of Gravy: Sean Brock’s Favorite Ingredients (Southern Foodways Alliance).
- Ruth's Chris Steak House to open in hotel near Charleston City Market (Post & Courier).
- R. Kitchen is Open for Business (Eater Charleston).
Spamalot is satisfyingly nonsensical (Charleston City Paper).
- Review of Tyler Boone's Familiar Faces (South Carolina Music Guide).
City of Charleston's Northbridge Park now open (Post & Courier).
Mayor Riley, Chief Mullen want to close bars, restaurants at midnight (Charleston City Paper).
- A lot on line for College of Charleston as Legislature winds down (Post & Courier).
- Prosecutor wants some Harrell documents sealed (ABC News 4).
- Graham could win nomination without runoff, new poll suggests (Post & Courier).
- Senate leader wants to expedite University of Charleston bill (Charleston City Paper).
- GOP candidates for schools chief to debate on ETV (ABC News 4).
- Faces of S.C. GOP not ‘one-dimensional’ (The State).
- Gov. Haley signs State Fossil Bill (Live 5 News).
- Wade scores twice as Drew, Drive win opener (Post & Courier).
- Charleston baseball hall of fame releases 2014 candidates (ABC News 4).
Taylor Clarke to start against Florida in Gainesville Regional (Post & Courier).
- Local teen remembered: Friends gather to launch written memories (News 2).
- Members of Myrtle Beach community call for end to Bike Fest (WBTW).
- Charleston getting new park on Ashley River (ABC News 4).
Warning signs designed to make deadly Crosstown intersection safer (Post & Courier).
- Drivers, cyclists give new IOP Connector a thumbs up (ABC News 4).
- VA working with MUSC on stroke study (ABC News 4).
- Crews respond to structure fire on Otranto Road (News 2).
- Bravo issues recall for raw pet food sold in Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- N. Charleston man accused of three armed robberies throughout the Lowcountry (Live 5 News).
- Suspect in Summerville homicide arrested by Marshals in Charlotte (ABC News 4).
- DD2 asks for feedback on bell schedule in online survey (ABC News 4).
- Five arrested for manufacture of meth in Ladson (News 2).
- Berkeley man accused in child sex assault case (ABC News 4).
- Highway Patrol investigating fatal crash in Dorchester County (ABC News 4).