- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans: 8/29 – 8/31/14 (HCS).
- Police ID suspect in Thursday’s North Charleston shooting (ABC News 4).
- Wife of Mount Pleasant police sergeant accused of prescription drug fraud (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Chosen as the 4th Most ‘American’ City (HCS).
- Lowcountry students, lawmakers consider guns on campus after USC petition (ABC News 4).
- Political season kicks off with candidates for SC governor trading barbs (The State).
- Candidate Thomas Ravenel says nothing improper in TV show payments (Post & Courier).
- Governors will exchange trophy of Alamo hero in USC-Texas A&M series (The State).
- FEC Wants Answers From Lindsey Graham (FITS News).
- Lt. governor candidate holds press conference on Gov’s race (Post & Courier).
- Fact Check: Sheheen Ad Says Haley “Hid” Computer Hacking Scandal (News 2).
- Haley: DSS caseworkers need support, team approach for children in their care (Post & Courier).
- Chipotle opening downtown location by year’s end (Post & Courier).
- Oktoberfest Returns to the Holy City on September 19th (HCS).
- Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. releases elderflower tonic (Post & Courier).
Freddo, an Argentine ice cream shop, opens on King Street tomorrow (Charleston City Paper).
- The Americano is hiring (Facebook).
- College of Charleston becomes national punching bag over botched men’s basketball coaching situation (Cistern Yard).
- For Gamecocks, season opener brought an imperfect storm (Post & Courier).
- Kenny Football: Hill surpasses Manziel’s mark (ABC News 4).
- Pregame Pep Talk: X-Factors, Picks and Prediction for Clemson-Georgia (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Southern swamps NAIA Point 61-9 (ABC News 4).
- D.J. Swearinger (former USC DB) not fined for hit that concussed Welker (Pro Football Talk).
- Football’s start means big bucks for small businesses (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Battery on verge of USL Pro playoff spot (Post & Courier).
- The Citadel’s “Spike” looking to score big in mascot challenge (ABC News 4).
- Upstate Ponzi scheme leader arraigned on new charges (Post & Courier).
- Former Clemson Club prez accused of DUI, driving wrong way on Ravenel Bridge (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina woman pleads guilty in North Carolina kidnapping plot (Post & Courier).
- Drones on the radar for Berkeley County rescue squad (Live 5 News).
- Raptors slaughtered to protect Jasper County plantation game quail (Post & Courier).
- High-density development gathering steam, enemies (Post & Courier).
- College Grads Working at Charleston’s Fastest Growing Tech Companies (CofC Today).
- Music Scene: The Dunder Chiefs, The Pour House 12th anniversary, Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant woman says she has West Nile (ABC News 4).
- Charleston-area medical office buildings selling for top dollar (Post & Courier).
- Tagging turtles for the sake of research (ABC News 4).
- Upstate woman accused of exposing child to meth (Post & Courier).
- Trident Technical College back on schedule after Thursday power outage (Live 5 News).
- Fort Mill woman says boyfriend hit her with watermelon (Post & Courier).
- Twenty years of secular humanism in Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Manhunt linked to missing person underway in Florence County (News 2).
- Cross dealership replaces stolen vehicle for disabled veteran (Live 5 News).
- Upstate man, 84, charged with attempted murder in crash (Post & Courier).
- Victim identified in Lake Murray drowning (Live 5 News).
- College of Charleston student creates city guide app (News 2).
- Boeing land clears rezoning hurdle in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Charleston International Airport prepares for big numbers despite redevelopment construction (Live 5 News).
- Sheriff: 2 dead near Greenville textile plant (Post & Courier).
- 3 men sentenced for killing protected hawks, owls (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston home destroyed by fire Friday (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Police Department to hold town hall meeting at library (Live 5 News).
- Stalled Long Savannah development revived (Post & Courier).
- SCDNR offering Labor Day boat safety inspections (ABC News 4).
- What can be done about fixing South Carolina’s aging roads? (Live 5 News).
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