- Officials: Boy bitten by shark on Folly Beach (ABC News 4).
- Woman in murder-for-hire plot sentenced to 15 years in prison (Live 5 News).
- Goose Creek man charged with attempted murder in bowling alley hostage incident (Live 5 News).
- College of Charleston forms search committee to find coach to replace Doug Wojcik (Post & Courier).
- Chez Nous might be tiny, but the plates deliver big flavor (Charleston City Paper).
- Try Some Limited Edition Drunken Sailor Cupcakes Tomorrow (HCS).
- Gullah Cuisine’s Charlotte Jenkins adds Gullah flavor to boiled peanuts (Post & Courier).
- Gimme S’more! (Yelp Charleston).
- Healthier nutrition guidelines mean new snacks for new school year (Live 5 News).
- Cauliflower steak stars in Charleston Grill dinner (Post & Courier).
- Stegelin: Candidates for governor weigh in on gay marriage (Charleston City Paper).
- Unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children welcomed by Columbia’s City Council (News 2).
- NCAA’s cookie infraction case against USC crumbles (Post & Courier).
- Gamecocks practice in full pads Tuesday (News 2).
- Clemson to go in full pads Wednesday (News 2).
- Cougars To Open Puerto Rico Tip-Off With Defending National Champion UConn (Lowcountry Today).
- Citadel: New AD to begin in time for football season (ABC News 4).
- Sand Gnats sweep RiverDogs (Post & Courier).
- Athlete of the Week: Fort Dorchester’s Dakereon Joyner (ABC News 4).
- Carolina camaraderie: Hootie & the Blowfish reconnect at the 12th annual Homegrown Concert (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston has plans for arts center in old asbestos plant (Charleston City Paper).
- TV productions bringing S.C. money, jobs (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
The Ballad of Shovels and Rope heads to the Terrace for a night (Charleston City Paper).
- SUSTO Hosts Amigo & Dear Blanca at The Royal American (HCS).
Greer Farrell tells tales from the other side of the bar in Standing Up Together (Charleston City Paper).
- Test scores fall in all grades, in most subjects (News 2).
- Lighthouse Day observed on Sullivan’s Island (ABC News 4).
- Police Chief fired for being gay speaks for Charleston Pride Week (Live 5 News).
- City plans to redevelop upper peninsula (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Future office building, parking garage along Shem Creek sparks grassroots effort (Live 5 News).
- Woman charged with murder after man falls on knife, stabbing himself (News 2).
- Shark! Just another seaside critter (Post & Courier).
- Suspect arrested in deadly Columbia shooting (ABC News 4).
- Adoption official pleads guilty to fraud in SC (ABC News 4).
- DOT meeting set for pedestrian crosswalk on Crosstown (ABC News 4).
- CPD arrests one for armed robbery, seek another (ABC News 4).
- Murder suspect in custody after shooting at Myrtle Beach motel (Live 5 News).
- Tragedy turns into triumph for new Berkeley County teacher (ABC News 4).
- School bus cameras can be used to write tickets (Live 5 News).
- Deputies: Victim thinks Hollywood shooting was retaliation for earlier crime (ABC News 4).
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