- Man developed fear of losing job before police say he threw co-worker off Westmoreland Bridge (Post & Courier).
- Report: DUI suspect’s SUV traveling at 90 mph seconds before crash that killed teen (ABC News 4).
- Truck ends up in Mount Pleasant pool, driver flees scene (Post & Courier).
- Benefit dinner Friday to support family of Deputy Joseph Matuskovic and Deputy Michael Ackerman (News 2).
- This is Bobby Harrell’s mugshot (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Police searching for 2 missing women (Live 5 News).
- The smoky meats are promising, but some of Swig & Swine’s dishes could use improvement (Charleston City Paper).
- The ladies of the Beer Social Club take drinking seriously (Charleston City Paper).
- Tapio will have its soft opening on Saturday with half-priced drinks (Facebook).
Milk Teas, Frozen Teas, and Fruit Teas at Tapio (Eater Charleston).
- How and where to imbibe with your kids in tow (Charleston City Paper).
- Thanks to the Stone Law, Holy City Brewing now has a burrito-slinging kitchen (Charleston City Paper).
- Get In My (Pork) Belly (Yelp Charleston).
- Thanks to Revelry and Tradesman, the Lowcountry’s brewery boom continues to, well, boom (Charleston City Paper).
- You’ll fall for these fall beers (Charleston City Paper).
- Coleman Public House opening second location on James Island (Charleston City Paper).
- New Poll in SC Governor’s Race: Lots Undecided Despite Rematch (News 2).
- South Carolina capitol’s Confederate flag is campaign issue (Post & Courier).
- SC panel looking at medical marijuana set to meet (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce and area leaders announce Yes 4 Schools Campaign (News 2).
- Stegelin: Welcome to Joehibition (Charleston City Paper).
- Awkward News 2 Clip Ends up on Comedy Central’s “Tosh.0″ (HCS).
- Charleston Greek Festival Back for the Fall (HCS).
- Clemson’s Gore out after appendectomy (News 2).
- TEDxCharleston Happy Hour at the Alley (HCS).
- Pulitzer/Tony Award Winning Fences to open (South of Broadway).
- Revival Entertainment Returns with Four Concerts at Redux (HCS).
- King Street Designated as One of 10 Great Streets in America by the American Planning Association (Susan Lucas).
- England in 1819 creates electric-orchestral sounds influenced by books and travel (Charleston City Paper).
- SCDOT: New Cypress Gardens Road bridge expected to open by Friday (Live 5 News).
- Cops: Video shows fathers fighting at school following road rage incident (Live 5 News).
- 911 dispatchers trained by domestic violence (ABC News 4).
- Couple says gunmen tied them up with shirts, socks during North Charleston home invasion (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant police PSA tackles domestic violence issue (ABC News 4).
- N. Charleston Police investigate shooting outside apartment (Live 5 News).
- DD2 parents complaining about Durham School Services, issues with buses (News 2).
- Victim’s family issues statement after sentencing in fatal James Island hit-and-run (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Included in “America’s Ugliest Accent” Tournament (HCS).
- Judge issues gag order in case of 5 slain SC kids (ABC News 4).
- Neighbor spots, kills 5-foot rattlesnake in West Ashley neighborhood (Live 5 News).
- Civil proceedings underway in former Cottageville mayor’s slaying (Post & Courier).
- Gander Mountain to open North Charleston store next week (Post & Courier).
- CCSO inmate van involved in wreck, backs up I-26 (ABC News 4).
- According to an e-mail from the charity, Chase After a Cure recently donated $130,000 to MUSC for childhood cancer research.
- Isle of Palms Connector lanes re-open following accident (Live 5 News).
- Deep-sixing Uber’s libertarian doublespeak (Charleston City Paper).
- SC gets $450,000 for homeless vets (ABC News 4).
- Grimke sisters need to be bigger part of Charleston’s rich history (Post & Courier).
- Mustang drivers raising concerns on Grand Strand (ABC News 4).
- Fairfield County student suspended following discovery of ‘kill list’ (Live 5 News).
- ‘Emma’s Law’ to fight DUIs goes into effect in SC (ABC News 4).
- 6 accused of taking $550K from Anderson children’s home (Live 5 News).
- SC football coach accused of sexual misconduct (News 2).
- Senior Week event being planned in SC next year (News 2).
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