- Reward at $3000 for arrest of person who threw kitten off I-26 overpass (ABC News 4).
- Thomas Ravenel runs hard for Lindsey Graham's senate seat, but can't outrun demons (Post & Courier).
- Shem Creek boardwalk to allow public access along northern shore (Post & Courier).
- BCSD paying legal fees of employees being investigated by SLED (Live 5 News).
- John 'Badass Brisket Boy' Lewis is opening a Charleston restaurant (Charleston City Paper).
- The Vegetable Bin has a new location (Charleston City Paper).
- Fiddledeedee, that silly old flag argument - again (Post & Courier).
- Voters registered minutes before Saturday's deadline (Live 5 News).
- Ben Affleck, Matt Damon tell Charleston's Taylor Engel he made it to Project Greenlight's Top 10 (Post & Courier).
- Matt Monday releases video for "The Lomax" (YouTube).
- Cover of Afternoon: Album Number Two Fundraiser (FUNDRAZR).
- Boutique MOSA opens on King Street on Saturday (Charleston City Paper).
- Friday Football Frenzy Week 6: Scores, highlights, galleries and more (ABC News 4).
- Wofford and Citadel open with SoCon play (ABC News 4).
- Churches, nonprofits help close the literacy gap among Charleston County students (Post & Courier).
- Illegal seawall means hefty fine for one oceanfront community (ABC News 4).
- Live 5 Investigates: Sheriff's office uses "black box" data to file charges in accidents (Live 5 News).
- Traffic moving along Westmoreland Bridge following dirt spill (Live 5 News).
- Cottageville man sentenced to 7 years in prison on child pornography, firearm charges (Post & Courier).
- Stalled East Side community education center to move forward soon (Post & Courier).
- Holiday hiring means good news for local job market (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston police: Man asks to be arrested after assaulting ex-girlfriend in domestic dispute (Post & Courier).
- See if you can guess which shell your tax money is hiding under (Post & Courier).