- Joan Rivers dies week after procedure (CNN).
- Deputies add new charge to man accused in fatal Folly Beach hit-and-run (Live 5 News).
- Mother behind 1995 kidnapping of baby girl from Isle of Palms to be extradited from Australia to the US (News 2).
- CCSD: Lockdown for Park West schools lifted, police activity continues in Dunes West (Live 5 News).
- Charleston protesters cited during fast food wage protest (Live 5 News).
Hear from the protesters who blocked traffic on the Crosstown for an hour (Charleston City Paper).
- Mayor Riley forming committee for study on bars in parts of peninsula (Post & Courier).
- 2014 Charleston Beer Week Schedule (HCS).
- Updating the Charleston Heatmap, September 2014 (Eater Charleston).
- Step aside burgers and pizzas, a new kind of taco has come to town at the White Duck (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Beer Week’s Brand New Badge (Untappd).
- Mellow Avondale Hosts a Frothy Beard Beer Dinner with Chef Brannon Florie (HCS).
- Upcoming Taco Stop Minero Gets a Sign on East Bay (Eater Charleston).
- Bubble tea shop opening on Spring Street (Post & Courier).
- Haley, Ervin accept debate offer from ABC News 4, Post and Courier (ABC News 4).
- Sanford vs. Sanford still stuck in overtime (Post & Courier).
- Bakari Sellers calls on Henry McMaster to resign membership in whites-only country club (Post & Courier).
- First Goose Creek tax hike in decades to pay for more firefighters (Post & Courier).
- Gov. Haley touts successes in Summerville stump (Post & Courier).
- S.C. Film Commission launches app (Charleston City Paper).
- Kantaicon Invades the Yorktown this Saturday (HCS).
- The Blackwater Ukulele Festival Takes Over Cypress Gardens (HCS).
- ‘Reckless’ Surges As CBS Wins Night (Deadline).
- Metronome Charleston Celebrates Second Anniversary By Rockin Out (HCS).
- Shovels & Rope Play New Single on Conan (HCS).
- Texans OLB Clowney reveals concussion (News 2).
- SI 60 Q&A: Rick Reilly on figuring out what The Citadel really was (Sports Illustrated).
- Mike Williams & Riley Park’s Playing Field Earn Yet Another Citation (Charleston RiverDogs).
- Sandy Eisenhart & Renee Blunt Named RiverDogs Gameday Employees of the Year (Charleston RiverDogs).
- Clemson’s Cole Stoudt recalls last year’s near-perfection vs. S.C. State (Post & Courier).
- Stingrays Launch Countdown to Opening Night Jersey Auction (South Carolina Stingrays).
- Gamecocks’ Dylan Thompson, Nick Jones have ‘special connection’ on and off the field (Post & Courier).
- Earl Grant right man for College of Charleston job, former bosses say (Post & Courier).
- The Huddle Week 2: Breaking down the big games (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Battery’s Colin Falvey is loaned to club for India (Post & Courier).
- John Wilson, 36, thanks fans on his way out the Battery door (Post & Courier).
- Citadel’s Tevin Floyd out to prove a point against hometown team – No. 1 Florida State (Post & Courier).
- Life comes full circle for former Charleston Southern coach David Dowd, now at West Ashley High (Post & Courier).
- New dad Connor Shaw tweets first photo of daughter (Live 5 News).
- For St. John’s Taiwan Green, the secret is getting out (Post & Courier).
- Mom who drove kids into ocean had low blood sugar (ABC News 4).
- SC young people rank second nationally in obesity (ABC News 4).
- Founder shutting down Twitpic (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Mother asks judge for ‘the worst,’ after man charged with abuse of 2-month-old son (Live 5 News).
- Berkeley County man describes seeing bloody neighbor walk up to him with her kids (News 2).
- EPA holds session on Charleston plant cleanup (News 2).
- Charleston C-17s continue humanitarian air drops (Post & Courier).
- BlueKey creating collaborative workspace on Charleston peninsula (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- I-26 interchange plan unveiled, public asked for comments (ABC News 4).
- Iron Yard expands coding school footprint (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Founder of SC Bible college pleads guilty to fraud (ABC News 4).
- 2 gators removed, killed on Hilton Head Island (ABC News 4).
- Contractor wants more time for Savannah River work (ABC News 4).
- College of Charleston’s plan to offer doctoral degrees moves forward (Post & Courier).
- Woman alerts deputies about Cane Bay assault suspect after alert on Live 5 News app (Live 5 News).
- Orangeburg deputies find liquor still in Holly Hill (ABC News 4).
- Trooper involved in shooting at gas station (Live 5 News).
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