- DSS chief Lillian Koller resigns (The State).
- CofC advances to Super Regional with 4-2 win over Dirtbags (ABC News 4).
- SC asked to cut carbon emissions more than half (ABC News 4).
- SC utility: Emissions reduction will hurt economy (Live 5 News).
- 14-foot gator found on Kiawah Island (ABC News 4).
Is Downtown Ready For Home Team BBQ? (Eater Charleston).
Staff roster adjustments at local restaurants (Post & Courier).
S.C. Supreme Court won't consider Harrell grand jury documents in secret (Post & Courier).
- High court won't review Certificate of Need ruling (ABC News 4).
Five issues to watch when Legislature begins final week (Post & Courier).
- Jenny Sanford endorses Childs for schools chief (ABC News 4).
S.C. Ethics Commission won't punish 2010 candidates for quirk (Post & Courier).
- SC's top legal office weighs in on law school sale (ABC News 4).
Sen. Lindsey Graham calls for hearing on Taliban release (Post & Courier).
- Behind the scenes with Spoleto's set builders (Post & Courier).
- A local screenwriter/filmmaker needs help getting her movie funded (IndieGoGo).
- According to a source close to one of the cast members, it sounds like the cast of Southern Charm is currently negotiating contracts for a second season. Not a done deal, but it appears another season is on the way.
- A Gritworthy Event (Charleston Grit).
- Bark for your Brew Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Winestock Music Festival Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Bars host World Cup parties (Post & Courier).
- Officer shoots at car that sped toward him in downtown Charleston, but suspect gets away (Post & Courier).
- Former CSU professor presents donation to women's charity (Live 5 News).
- Firefighters extinguish fire at King Street building (Live 5 News).
- Belk earnings take a dip; candle shop to open in downtown Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant Police are looking for two persons of interest from a burglary that occurred on April 13th on Cliffwood Drive. There are multiple videos showing the suspects (YouTube).
- Berkeley deputies search for missing woman, name boyfriend 'person of interest' (Live 5 News).
- A weak and brief tornado moved onto the south central part of Kiawah Island on Saturday, tossing beach chairs and umbrellas. It possibly starting as a waterspout (NWS).
- Interstate 526 corridor study, three years in the making, to be presented Tuesday (Post & Courier).
Woman's family search leads to Mark Twain (USA Today).
- Mount Pleasant residents protest 75-foot 'high rises' on Coleman Boulevard (Post & Courier).
- BCSO Roundup (Charleston Thug Life).
- Beach Safety: How to Handle Rip Currents (Folly Beach).
- Corporate boards in S.C. lack gender diversity (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- "All-In-One" recycling has positive impact on trash collection (Post & Courier).
- Police investigating theft of classic Camaro (Live 5 News).
- Charleston schools budget moves forward with no comments (Post & Courier).
- Pet Helpers Takes on 2014 ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge (News 2).
- Komen hands out life-saving grants to area nonprofits (ABC News 4).
- My Father's Mustache announced their World Cup specials.
- Jaron Long named SAL Pitcher of the Week (ABC News 4).
- Median S.C. home sales price rises 12% (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Project Cool Breeze holds it's kick off meeting in Charleston (News 2).
- Study: People fear male-named hurricanes more (ABC News 4).
- SC gas prices fall nearly 2 cents (ABC News 4).