- Bond denied for man accused of killing Summerville woman in traffic (ABC News 4).
- Investigation underway following shooting in North Charleston (News 2).
- Woman, 28, reported missing in Dorchester County (Live 5 News).
- SC Supreme Court agrees to hear appeal in Episcopal Church suit (Live 5 News).
- BCSD superintendent on administrative leave after ethics charge (Live 5 News).
- Rev. Jesse Jackson prays for Walter Scott family, calls for body cameras (ABC News 4).
- One-on-one with the passenger’s attorney: ‘Where is Walter?’ (News 2).
- Former training officer on Walter Scott traffic stop: “I have no justification for what has occurred here” (ABC News 4).
- Statewide town hall on Walter Scott case to ask ‘Do black lives matter?’ (ABC News 4).
- Judge Newman has a history with high-profile cases (News 2).
- On the cover: Phillip Hyman’s Walter Scott piece (Charleston City Paper).
- Body cameras an important topic in Berkeley Co. sheriff’s race (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Brew HaHa marries beer and comedy in a festival setting (Post & Courier).
- Bad Bitches launch all-female pop-up dinner series (Charleston City Paper).
- The Man Who Consumed Over 400 Husk Burgers (Eater Charleston).
- Home Team BBQ offers a peek at its Williman Street digs (Charleston City Paper).
- College of Charleston grad wants to take on Charleston’s food deserts with a mobile farmers market (The State).
- Barony Tavern adopts olde English persona (Post & Courier).
- A Notable Revelry at The Granary (Charleston City Paper).
- Lowcountry Strawberry Festival back on Boone Hall Plantation (News 2).
- Smoke and time transform meat at Cumberland Street Smokehouse (Post & Courier).
- Discovering the $4.75 Cheeseburger at H&R Sweet Shop (Eater Charleston).
- Tavern & Table Launches Dockside Menu (HCS).
- Two Boroughs Larder Only Serves 24 Signature Burgers a Week (Eater Charleston).
- Lokal offers a melting pot of international flavors with mixed results (Charleston City Paper).
- Protesters demanding higher wages block entrance to North Charleston McDonald’s (Post & Courier).
- Five Guys is a Favorite for Many Chefs in Town (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston restaurant owner charged with false statement, obstruction of proceedings (Live 5 News).
- Harold’s Cabin construction to start this month (Post & Courier).
- Indaco Hosts Slow Sips Happy Hour on Thursday (HCS).
- Afternoon tea service scarce but possible in Charleston area (Post & Courier).
- Tonight: Revelry Beer Dinner at Bohemian Bull (HCS).
- Spoleto Festival announces new Salon series (Charleston City Paper).
- Warren Haynes on 20 years of Gov’t Mule, life after Allman Brothers (Post & Courier).
- We found the city’s best kept secret — and we’re telling (Charleston City Paper).
- Spring Jam Band Preview #1 (Disco Teepee).
- Preview #2 (Disco Teepee).
- Treat Yourself On Tax Day (Yelp Charleston).
- Rock The Circle! Pop Up Shop Fundraiser Scheduled for 5/2 (HCS).
- Southern Charm: Behind the Scenes at Ms. Patricia’s (Y 102.5).
- Charleston TEDx brings inspiration, performers to Music Hall (Post & Courier).
- Loggerhead’s Celebrates Five Years This Sunday (HCS).
- Deep Discounts Available at Monster During National Record Store Day Celebration (HCS).
- Budweiser Clydesdales prance into town for multiple events next week (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Supported Art reveals second year’s first round of artwork on April 23 (CSA).
- Chas County’s 16th Annual Earth Day Festival is Saturday (HCS).
- Hikers, Others Might Have to Wear Orange in Deer Season in SC (News 2).
- Why is Lindsey Graham considering a presidential run? (Yahoo Politics).
- U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford proposes cuts to public transit (Post & Courier).
- Wife of US Sen. Rand Paul making stop in South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- Haley not satisfied with S.C.’s success (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- First responders plead their case to lawmakers for PTSD coverage bill (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County approves $718K to study roads, intersections (Post & Courier).
- Haley: Unionization can hurt manufacturing recruitment efforts (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Machinists consider withdrawing request for SC Boeing vote (ABC News 4).
- Businesses air concerns over Mount Pleasant plans (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Police release photos of North Charleston bank robbery suspect (Live 5 News).
- Hiring event scheduled in North Charleston (News 2).
- Jay Paterno visits Charleston to discuss child abuse prevention in wake of Sandusky scandal (ABC News 4).
- Study: Charleston among most challenging places to live with spring allergies (ABC News 4).
- TSA collects nearly $2,500 in change at SC airports (Live 5 News).
- CARTA sells North Charleston land that was to be mass-transit hub (Post & Courier).
- SC DMV begins issuing new license plates; lawmakers get 1st (The State).
- Hospitality and Tourism Professor Named Fulbright Ambassador (CofC).
- New Sgt. Jasper plan: Taller, with fewer apartments and no grocery (Charleston City Paper).
- CARTA sees passenger increase, seeks funding for new buses (Live 5 News).
- Permit application says 4,000 could be employed at SC plant (ABC News 4).
- Losing lottery ticket wins Charleston woman $1 million (Post & Courier).
- Registered sex offender gets life for second SC conviction (ABC News 4).
- Construction crane flips over at West Ashley site (Live 5 News).
- Social Primer’s Window Shop Opens Thursday Night (HCS).
- Deputies: Body of missing Hollywood man discovered in Florida (Live 5 News).
- Tattoo Fido? That could become a crime in S.C. (The State).
- Man accused of having sex with puppy (Live 5 News).
- Double-digit growth continues at SC’s ports (ABC News 4).
- Police searching for arsonist who destroyed gazebo at Summerville church (Live 5 News).
- Man Stabbing Woman Shot, Killed By Spartanburg Officer (News 2).
- Blotter: Swinging and swiping, hanky-panky edition (Charleston City Paper).
- SC toddler boy dies, mom and live-in boyfriend charged, police say (News 2).
- University to host Hip Hop Studies Conference (News 2).
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