- Five inmates, three correctional officers injured in prison disturbance (ABC News 4).
- Drama at Lieber (Charleston Thug Life).
- SC Supreme Court reverses lower court ruling on Bobby Harrell case (Live 5 News).
- Charleston working with consultant to fix downtown traffic (Live 5 News).
- Fitness trainer Katrina Cobb is a fan of whole foods, foods in moderation (Post & Courier).
- Suds Savant (Charleston Magazine).
- Man searching for best baseball park hot dog checks out The Joe (Live 5 News).
- After buying out several Piggly Wigglys, Bi-Lo tries to keep things local (Charleston City Paper).
- Eater Charleston found a Rue de Jean Facebook page for a Savannah location (Facebook).
- Bastille Our Hearts (Yelp Charleston).
- Ristorante LIDI gets it right with housemade delights (Charleston City Paper).
- Documentary asks whether Charleston can support local food (Post & Courier).
- Taste of Summer (Charleston Magazine).
- College of Charleston’s Gunnar Heidt signs with Toronto Blue Jays (Post & Courier).
- Former College of Charleston player Bart Benton kept ‘diary’ of Coach Wojcik’s behavior (Post & Courier).
- Athlete of the Week: Don Holzheimer (ABC News 4).
- RiverDogs sweep Drive to secure Spinx Rivalry Series trophy (ABC News 4).
- Dr. David Geier: MUSC surgeon promotes equestrian helmet safety (Post & Courier).
- Clemson sells out season-ticket allotment for 2014 football season (Post & Courier).
- Summerville trio playing for Costa Rica in lacrosse World Championships (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Chamber of Commerce calls on Rep. Sanford for immigration reform (Post & Courier).
- Haleys report earning more than $280,000 in 2013 (Post & Courier).
- Acting VA Secretary Gibson visits Dorn Center (News 2).
- Study: South Carolina and other state Legislatures passed fewer abortion restrictions in 2014 (Post & Courier).
- ‘Missing’ NC woman and husband wanted for filing false report (News 2).
- Uber launches ride-sharing app in Charleston, across South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- VA opens Veterans Center in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Army Corps: Folly in good shape after Arthur (ABC News 4).
- ‘Reckless’ to return in new time slot for third episode (Post & Courier).
- Sheriff’s office investigating after body found in Holly Hill corn field (Live 5 News).
- Protecting Turtles Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Deputies, mother plead for tips in block party shooting (ABC News 4).
- Panel to discuss pay for interim Winthrop leader (News 2).
- Former schools chief candidate lands temp job in embattled school (Post & Courier).
- Roller bearing firm to create 50 jobs in Walterboro (ABC News 4).
- Report: Convicted sex offender attempted to enter homes at Mt. Pleasant neighborhood (Live 5 News).
- Gunmaker PTR lays off workers, cuts wages in Horry County (News 2).
- Critical habitat designated for loggerhead turtles (ABC News 4).
- 3D laser technology used to survey damage to Folly Beach after brush with Hurricane Arthur (Live 5 News).
- SG Guard flies defense over Hampton, Walterboro (ABC News 4).
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