- Wando family mourns daughter who died on first weekend at Clemson (ABC News 4).
- CofC gets initial OK to pursue doctoral programs (ABC News 4).
- More Charleston City Parks get WiFi, thanks to the funding from one couple (Live 5 News).
- Kenya's first female Dreamliner pilot planning to pick up 787 in Charleston for airline (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- 10 Charleston Wine + Food Tickets to Grab Tomorrow (Eater Charleston).
- Join the fun and find the D'Allesandro's spelling errors and get up to 30% off (Charleston City Paper).
- Wong's Asian Bistro is now open (Eater Charleston).
- Restaurant Week Ditches Tiered Menus, But Few Abandon Popular Model (HCS).
- Charleston Wine + Food festival releases 2015 schedule (Post & Courier).
- One-day S.C. House session stirs question on its necessity (Post & Coureir).
- Mount Pleasant Council updates plan for population growth, more seniors (ABC News 4).
- Paul Tinkler joins race for mayor of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- County sues over run-down West Ashley strip mall (Live 5 News).
- House Speaker Harrell appoints domestic violence committee (Post & Courier).
- Public workshop planned for Stony River Park ideas (ABC News 4).
- State commission dismisses complaints against solicitor (Live 5 News).
- Haley touts anti-bullying tour in latest campaign ad (Post & Courier).
- CCSD board sets priority in construction projects (ABC News 4).
- Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley sending staff to South Carolina to assist Vincent Sheheen, Bakari Sellers (Post & Courier).
- The Replacements: Gamecocks, Tigers begin life after Clowney, Watkins, Shaw and Boyd (Post & Courier).
- Swinney: Suspended Clemson players out vs Georgia (ABC News 4).
- Niners place Lattimore on NFI (Pro Football Talk).
CB Charles James 'shocked' by release (NY Daily News).
- Citadel coach Mike Houston confident Division II success can translate to D-I (Post & Courier).
- Test Your Southern Football IQ (Southern Living).
- Sertoma Classic faces challenges with increasing number of 'Week Zero' games (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Art Project Shows People Getting Tased (HCS).
- Shovels & Rope: In Marriage And Music, A 'Psychic' Bond (NPR).
- Rucker Releases New Single: “Homegrown Honey” (HCS).
- Party at The Point Returns on September 5th (HCS).
- Late Summer on Folly (Folly Beach).
- Innovative Machining Technology expands to Dorchester County (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Rivers Avenue gets a little sweeter with Ragamuffin Sugarshop (Charleston City Paper).
- Entrepreneurs talk about risks, challenges at GoodBusiness Summit (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Computer Problem Leads to Longer Wait at SCDMV Offices (News 2).
- Free job fair happening in North Charleston on Wednesday (Post & Courier).
- Photos released of dollar store armed robbery, stabbing suspect (Live 5 News).
- Perception and reality on police and race (Post & Courier).
- 2 couples safe after being stranded on sandbar near Beaufort (Post & Courier).
- Aiken DPS investigating after 3-year-old killed by golf cart (Live 5 News),
- Number of physicians statewide up nearly 12% since 2009, report says (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Congaree Park looks into new controls of wild hogs (ABC News 4).
- Suspects sought for stealing shelf from Mt. Pleasant restaurant (Live 5 News).
- Police: Clerk stabbed in chest in Dollar Store robbery (ABC News 4).
- Theft of $40,000 tractor caught on surveillance cameras (Live 5 News).
- Rip tide risk increases heading into September (News 2).
- Goodwill class to focus on renters' rights (ABC News 4).
- Cypress Gardens feeling financial pinch of bridge outage (Live 5 News).
- Autistic student stranded at Summerville bus stop (ABC News 4).
- SCHP: Biker killed after swerving to miss birds (ABC News 4).
- Cops: Man drives golf cart into tractor, shoots at estranged wife's roommate (Live 5 News).
Winthrop foundation may pay for president search (Post & Courier).