- North Charleston police looking for missing 58-year-old man (ABC News 4).
- CPD Investigating Shots Fired Near Crosstown (HCS).
- 'Pay It Forward' lasts nearly two hours at Lowcountry Starbucks (Live 5 News).
Charleston. It’s So Hot Right Now (Buzzfeed).
- Goose Creek is one of the hottest areas in the Lowcountry (Live 5 News).
- 3rd day of sweltering temperatures along SC coast (ABC News 4).
- Carriage companies keep watchful eye on horses as temps climb (Live 5 News).
- Heat bears down on kids fashion day at Tanger Outlets (Post & Courier).
- Pulled pork, fried cornbread and buttermilk biscuits: Top US chef Sean Brock reveals how Deep South food is taking Britain by storm (and gives his tips on how to make it at home) [This Is Money].
- Chef Bacon and wife Liz like a lean kitchen when cooking at home (Post & Courier).
- Poogan’s Porch Chef Returns to James Beard House (HCS).
- Democrats to vote on 2016 primary calendar plan (ABC News 4).
- Citadel professor discusses Isis threat to Americans (News 2).
- Landmark Abbeville rural schools court case ripe for decision, proponents say (Post & Courier).
- James Island team, fans honor fallen family with No. 41 (ABC News 4).
- Gamecocks' season opener is 'Super Bowl' for SEC Network (Post & Courier).
- Are the New York Giants 4-0, or is (North Charleston's) Corey Washington 4-O? (G-Men HQ).
- On Sunday, Dusty Slay Starts “Makin’ That Fudge” (HCS).
- Charleston County Sheriff's Office takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (Post & Courier).
- Beach Babylon Tomorrow at King Dusko (HCS).
- Loretta Lynn at Boone Hall Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Beer School Returns to Edmund’s in September (HCS).
- Saddle Up for a Showdown with Cancer this Thursday (HCS).
- Charleston Concert Association Adds Venues and Variety (HCS).
- Cops: 15-year-old in custody after getting rid of gun at Citadel football center (Live 5 News).
- Just Coincidence? Mount Pleasant Officer's Wife Arrested (Charleston Thug Life).
- Cops: Man realizes roommates are fugitives after watching news report (Live 5 News).
- Revenue now pays 90 percent of SC state park costs (ABC News 4).
- Chaplaincy program teaches students to assist hospital patients facing illness and death (Post & Courier).