- Accident involving school bus closes lanes on Rivers Ave. (Live 5 News).
- Charleston says goodbye to former Police Chief Reuben Greenberg (Post & Courier).
- Shooting sends one person to the hospital (ABC News 4).
- Search continues for man accused of pushing coworker off bridge (ABC News 4).
- Wild Olive to Host Ottavia Vistarino for Wine Dinner (HCS).
- Vote for the Lowcountry Food Bank in the Fight Hunger competition (Wal-Mart).
- The Hot Sauces Are Ready For Use at Minero (Eater Charleston).
- SOL Southwest Kitchen & Tequila Bar Presents “Breast Friends Thursdays” (HCS).
- Persimmon Café Tempts Potential Patrons With Cheesy Video (Eater Charleston).
- Suspended SC speaker given $18K bond (ABC News 4).
- Harrell opponent discusses political reform (News 2).
- Harrell remains free on bond amid uncertainty over political future (Post & Courier).
- The only way to beat the 12 a.m. bar ban is to refuse to serve Mayor Riley (Charleston City Paper).
- Rand Paul visiting South Carolina for GOP events (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston agrees to raises for mayor, council (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Summerville requests funds from infrastructure bank for Berlin G. Meyers Parkway (ABC News 4).
- Orangeburg Democrat encourages child advocates to hold lawmakers accountable (Post & Courier).
- The North Charleston Coliseum welcomes back Widespread Panic and their fans (YouTube).
- Orlando Jones Returns to CofC on Saturday (HCS).
- Golf Channel’s Big Break coming to South Carolina (News 2).
- Folly Favorite: McKevlin’s Surf Shop (Folly Beach).
- HuffPo blogger NAILS IT with Charleston travelogue (Charleston City Paper).
- Dogtoberfest Returns To Freshfields Village (HCS).
- Boone Hall Plantation puts final touches on rain-soaked corn maze (Live 5 News).
- City Carriage Industry Hosts Inaugural Carriage Day this Saturday (HCS).
- Report: High school coach transporting athletes to match charged with DUI (Live 5 News).
- Balloon Release Benefits Child Fighting Leukemia (News 2).
- 207 bicycles confiscated on Upper King since November (Charleston City Paper).
- SCE&G to raise electric rates 2.82% (Columbia Regional Business Report).
- James Island run helps students with disabilities (Live 5 News).
- Seeking Savanna: Hearing waived, Barnett pleads not guilty (ABC News 4).
- Be on the look-out for a stolen Hawk’s Towing Truck (Charleston Thug Life).
- Dementia hasn’t sacked NFL patriarch Clay Matthews’ humor (Post & Courier).
- Rainy weather plays havoc for some Lowcountry residents (ABC News 4).
- Wet roads lead to closures, accidents (ABC News 4).
- More than 1,000 attend funeral for Clemson student (ABC News 4).
- Free “Dementia Dialogue” classes being offered on Daniel Island (News 2).
- Victim of shooting arrested when drugs found at his home (Post & Courier).
- Follow-up audit on BabyNet to be released (ABC News 4).
- Lethal virus turns up among S.C.’s resident dolphin population (Post & Courier).
- Rebounding economy boosts Beaufort tourism (ABC News 4).
- DHEC: Coyote bite victim tests positive for rabies (ABC News 4).
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