- North Charleston police taking new look at first complaint against officer charged in in Scott shooting (Post & Courier).
- EXCLUSIVE: Michael Slager’s Attorney Dropped Him After Video Emerged (The Daily Beast).
- Video: Walter Scott's mom: I feel forgiveness in my heart (CNN).
- Video: Scott's brother: I never believed there was a struggle (CNN).
- Video: Did officers perform CPR on Walter Scott? (CNN).
- Meet the man who shot the iconic video (MSN).
- SLED awaiting approval to release Walter Scott dash cam footage (Charleston City Paper).
- Videos have put South Carolina law enforcement officers in the spotlight before. What did they show? (Post & Courier).
- Video: Would SC officer have been charged without shooting video? (MSNBC).
- North Charleston Shooting: Updates (FITS News).
- Report: Protesters not planning to shut down Ravenel Bridge this afternoon (ABC News 4).
- Charleston NAACP, SC Black Caucus hold pressers on Walter Scott shooting (Live 5 News).
- The Rev. Al Sharpton expected in North Charleston on Sunday (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police officer takes own life after barricading self in house (ABC News 4).
- Spartanburg Co. deputies investigating fatal officer-involved shooting (Live 5 News).
- SCE&G on scene of cut gas line along Old Trolley Rd. (Live 5 News).
- R. Kitchen Brings Back the School Lunch Schedule (Eater Charleston).
- The Happiest Of Hours (Yelp Charleston).
- James Island Eatery Screen Door Hiring Back of House Staff (Eater Charleston).
- CHS Wine + Food announces staff changes (Charleston City Paper).
- The Spring Jam Music Festival has released their schedule (Spring Jam Music Fest).
- The Maze featuring Frankie Beverly concert originally scheduled for May 1 at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center has been rescheduled for Friday, June 12 (North Charleston Coliseum).
- Registration underway for 2016 Cooper River Bridge Run (Live 5 News).
- In South Carolina, Rand Paul doesn't mention police shooting (ABC News 4).
- SC cities trying to figure out how to govern Uber (Live 5 News).
- Furniture chain eyes Mount Pleasant; another furnishings store closing there (Post & Courier).
- International teams test humanoid robots at SPAWAR (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Lockheed opens research and technology center in North Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).