- One taken to hospital after North Charleston shooting (News 2).
- After Curnell death, lawmaker requests Senate review of Charleston police ‘stop-and-frisk’ (Post & Courier).
- Operation Move Out picks up nearly 40 tons of trash (ABC News 4).
- Market Street Flooding Photos (Post & Courier).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans: 8/1 – 8/3/14 (HCS).
Brock’s Mexican-Inspired Eatery Will be Named Minero (Eater Charleston).
- Mushy Peas fish and chips shop to open at 363 King Street (Charleston City Paper).
Lokal opening on Johns Island in August (Post & Courier).
- 9th Annual “Taste of the World” Set for November (HCS).
Chicken Salad Chick changes course; selects Summerville roost (Post & Courier).
- Happy Belated Cheesecake Day (Yelp Charleston).
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- Teacher’s supply closet in need of donations during tax-free holiday (ABC News 4).
- SC’s tax-free weekend might not bring savings shoppers hoped for (Live 5 News).
- Vandalism of turtle nest reported on Folly Beach (Post & Courier).
- Helping the sea turtle population one egg at a time (ABC News 4).
South Carolina’s candidates for governor differ on gay marriage ban (Post & Courier).
- Haley surgery evokes lieutenant governor power struggle, Sanford-era angst (Post & Courier).
- Charleston city planners discuss Upper Peninsula developments (News 2).
- Invites public input (Live 5 News).
- SC will not ignore Common Core when writing new school standards (WBTW).
Issues with Common Core persist (Post & Courier).
- Advocates against domestic violence push for tougher federal gun law (News 2).
- WATCH: Jadeveon Clowney’s Monster Training Camp Tackle (Yahoo Sports).
- Tigers report for preseason practice (News 2).
- Focus again on quarterbacks (ABC News 4).
- Thirteen high school senior recruits sign financial aid agreements with Clemson football (Post & Courier).
- S Carolina opens practice with high expectations (News 2).
- Spurrier: Chemistry apparent on the field (Post & Courier).
- Rivera: Panthers give undrafted players equal shot (ABC News 4).
- 44th Annual Sertoma Football Classic Kicks-Off in August (HCS).
- Wade, RiverDogs too much for Suns (Post & Courier).
- Giolito, Hebert highlight pitcher’s duel as Suns win series opener (ABC News 4).
- MUSC doctor discusses unlikely threat of Ebola outbreak in US (ABC News 4).
- Nason, Blue Cross reach agreement to stay in network (ABC News 4).
Wal-Mart launches new primary care clinics in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- RiverDogs GM Agrees to Prostate Exam During Saturday’s Game (HCS).
- Charleston ranks in bottom of public transport users (The Digitel).
- The 2nd Annual GOODBusiness Summit is Scheduled for August 21st (HCS).
- 787-10 S.C.: Not surprising, very exciting (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
McDonald’s workers stage a soggy protest for $15/hour wage (Charleston City Paper).
- ‘Shrimp and Bits’ among suggestions to replace ‘Silicon Harbor’ name (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Blackbaud revenue up 11.1% in Q2 (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- S.C. hospitals trim Medicare readmissions by 15% (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Gullah festival hits Charleston this weekend (Live 5 News).
- David Gray Stops in North Charleston During 1st U.S. Tour in 4 Years (HCS).
- Dark Blue: The Official Shark Week Kickoff Party Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Reptiles Invade Holy City (HCS).
- Are ‘Southern Charm’ stars Thomas Ravenel and Kathryn Dennis getting married? (The Examiner).
- Firefighters investigating North Charleston mobile home fire (Live 5 News).
- Charleston police searching for suspect in West Ashley bank robbery (Live 5 News).
- Surveillance pictures released of North Charleston bank robbery suspect (Live 5 News).
- Episcopal fight over half-billion worth of property now in judge’s hands (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Firefighters: Early-morning James Island fires possibly weather-related (Live 5 News).
- 17 cars stolen in Mt. Pleasant in past two months (News 2).
- Charleston teen’s first lottery ticket nets $200K (ABC News 4).
- Deputies: Parents of malnourished child arrested in Florida (Live 5 News).
- Police: Man robs Goose Creek Rite-Aid (ABC News 4).
- What are options available in the Lowcountry for parents who can’t afford daycare? (News 2).
- NCPD: All lanes on University Boulevard open following fatal accident (Live 5 News).
- Tropical Storm Bertha still forecast to stay offshore of Southeast (Post & Courier).
- SCE&G moves almost a half million tons of ash (ABC News 4).
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