- Push for body cameras in domestic violence cases (ABC News 4).
- Update: Body found in golf club pond (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston school’s experiment going to International Space Station (ABC News 4).
- Multiple agencies responding to fire at Nucor Steel Plant (Live 5 News).
- DSS: Former cop arrested on child porn charges was a licensed foster parent (ABC News 4).
- Charge dropped for second local man arrested after Cycle Gear shootings in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Savannah shooting sparks outrage, GBI investigation (Atlanta Journal-Constitution).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans (HCS).
- Artisan Meat Share is Closer to Opening on Spring Street (Eater Charleston).
- The Macintosh’s “Southern Chef Series” Kicks Off On October 21st (HCS).
- Craig Deihl: The Artisan Butcher (Garden & Gun).
- There’s a new kind of CSA in town and it’s all about pie (Charleston City Paper).
- 15 Best Dishes in Charleston (The Daily Meal).
- Southern Slice serving up sweets at Rollin’ South (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry political officials hope new House committee will diversify power (ABC News 4).
- Salary hike for North Charleston mayor, council approved (Post & Courier).
- Debate over corporal punishment renewed in Lowcountry after Adrian Peterson arrest (Live 5 News).
- Mt. Pleasant Planning Commission okays lower building heights on Shem Creek (Post & Courier).
- ‘Southern Charm’ Season 2 Star Thomas Ravenel’s Senate Commercial Kind of Seems Like a Joke (Bustle).
- Thomas Ravenel has a jokey new TV ad to go along with reality TV campaign (Charleston City Paper).
- WEZL’s Evening With The Stars Lineup Announced (HCS).
- BandSwap 2014 (Charleston City Paper).
- Who to see at BandSwap (Charleston City Paper).
- Bombshell Charleston songstress Jordan Igoe is on top of her game (Charleston City Paper).
- “So You Thought You Could Spell Spelling Bee: Part Deux” Photo Gallery (HCS).
- Author of Fun Home memoir protested by S.C. legislature awarded ‘genius’ grant (Charleston City Paper).
- Charlestonians toast Scotland’s spirit of independence (Post & Courier).
- Belk Mt. Pleasant to Celebrate Renovations with Benefit for Lowcountry AIDS Services (HCS).
- Lana updates its interior with artwork by Rick Reinert (Charleston City Paper).
- SC recalls Hurricane Hugo 25 years ago, new threat (ABC News 4).
- Deputies responding to disturbance discover meth lab (Live 5 News).
- Airport renovation project uncovers what appears to be more asbestos (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston airport urges Uber drivers to get permits or be ticketed (Post & Courier).
- No more plea deal for North Charleston man charged in fatal shooting in Michigan (News 2).
- Two new medical facilities opening today (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- The Palmetto Palace opens their hands in comfort to Charleston (Charleston Daily).
- Tajh Boyd signs with Florida team in startup football league (Post & Courier).
- Shaw Air Force Base to honor prisoners, missing (News 2).
- Chasing away childhood cancer one drive at a time (ABC News 4).
- Police: Auction company owner wanted for breach of trust (Live 5 News).
- Bag Sale at Consign Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston police looking for runaway teenager (Live 5 News).
- Clemson suspends mandatory student sex survey (ABC News 4).
- If you can’t beat ’em, children are better off (Post & Courier).
- Engine sounds heard before Alaska plane crash involving South Carolina families (News 2).
- SC pension fund’s worth rises to $30 billion (ABC News 4).
- Cherry Hill Classroom in rural Berkeley County wants to spotlight local African-American history (News 2).
- SC airport bomb-sniffing dog dies in handler’s car (ABC News 4).
- Donna Hardy brings the blue dye plant back to its Lowcountry roots (Charleston City Paper).
- Push is on to confiscate guns from SC domestic abusers (News 2).
- SC port volume still climbing in new fiscal year (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: Jack jumped into the candlestick (Charleston City Paper).
- Recovery of shipwreck gold, treasure done for year (ABC News 4).
- 1 dead in shooting in Orangeburg (ABC News 4).
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