- Berkeley County Sheriff’s Deputy Shot (Live 5 News).
- Suspect surrenders in attempted home invasion which led to deputy-involved shooting (Live 5 News).
- Bond set at $1 million.
- Two homes struck by early morning gunfire in N. Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry Marine among those missing in Nepal (ABC News 4).
- Local CEO donates $25 million for new MUSC Children’s Hospital (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina House passes body camera legislation (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston police charge 15-year-old with murder in death of Kedena Brown (ABC News 4).
- Surveillance video shows moments after deadly drive-by shooting (Live 5 News).
- Office of Civil Rights ramps up investigation into diversity in Charleston County magnet schools (Post & Courier).
- 6 sea turtles released at Isle of Palms (ABC News 4).
- Darius Rucker Surprises Veteran From Mt. Pleasant with a New House (HCS).
- Swig & Swine is Giving Away Free Ribs to Celebrate its Anniversary (HCS).
- Signage Goes Up at Chick’s Fry House (Eater Charleston).
- Robert Moss gives a sneak peek inside his new book, Barbecue Lover’s The Carolinas (Charleston City Paper).
- Saint Alban releases dinner menu (Post & Courier).
- 492’s plates are too precious for their own good (Charleston City Paper).
- Mind Your Manners With Chef Bob Waggoner’s Restaurant Etiquette Classes (Eater Charleston).
- Tricera Coffee installs more dino bones for May 20 grand opening (Charleston City Paper).
- Old Village Post House hosts heirloom grain benefit (Post & Courier).
- A liver-testing tribute to the Battle of Puebla (Charleston City Paper).
- 25 Oldest Restaurants in Charleston Worth a Visit (Eater Charleston).
- The Florence’s bread baker opening wholesale operation to serve Charleston (Post & Courier).
- John St. John to Lead Ruth’s Chris Charleston as General Manager (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Where to Drink Cocktails in Charleston Right Now (Eater Charleston).
- Stingrays face Toledo in 2015 Eastern Conference Finals (News 2).
- First-Look at Bill Murray in ‘Rock the Kasbah’ (The Hollywood Reporter).
- Bill Murray’s son rising up college hoops coaching ranks (Yahoo! Sports).
- A screaming success: Horror film festival returns to Charleston for second year (Post & Courier).
- Ride into the Danger Zone at the Yorktown’s “Top Gun” Party (HCS).
- Sapakoff: Warming up to an NCAA baseball Charleston Regional (Post & Courier).
- No. 15 CofC Baseball Downs CSU, 12-5 (Live 5 News).
- Bishop England edges Waccamaw for Lower State boys tennis title (Post & Courier).
- Montreal gets first win against Battery (News 2).
- Straight No Chaser Returns to North Charleston PAC on Nov 15 (HCS).
- The Lowcountry’s A Bit Bike-Curious (Yelp Charleston).
- Charleston Pride Parade organizers to host sunset boat cruise on Saturday (Post & Courier).
- Craig Conover Infuriated Everyone, Says Cameran Eubanks On ‘Southern Charm’ (The Inquisitor).
- M.o.M Event: Big Work Fitness Factory Athletic Competition on 5/16 (HCS).
- Shooter Jennings discusses the tumultuous genre that is country music (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston’s Favorite Sons Celebrated B-Days on Wednesday (HCS).
- Blackbeard’s Cove to Celebrate the 100 Days of Summer (HCS).
- Scaled-down Park West apartment plan faces boos, then denied (Post & Courier).
- Agency hopes to replace SC voting machines by 2017 (Live 5 News).
- I support the Cooper River 4 (Charleston City Paper).
- Meeting scheduled to discuss future of Sgt. Jasper (ABC News 4).
- Lisa Herring passed over as Birmingham, Ala. superintendent (Post & Courier).
- BAR defers vote on Sgt. Jasper plans (Live 5 News).
- Safe walking, biking are priorities for Folly Road improvements (Post & Courier).
- NBC’s ‘Meet the Press’ Moderator Chuck Todd speaks in HHI on Election 2016 (News 2).
- Lawsuit filed against Berkeley County to refund $10 million in unspent impact fees (Live 5 News).
- Charleston, State Ports Authority scuttles talk of alternate terminal to Union Pier as council adopts tourism plan (Post & Courier).
- SC House bill banning Sharia Law turns into long debate (News 2).
- Missing Summerville man found safe following neighborhood search (Live 5 News).
- 10 foot gator strolls through Goose Creek subdivision (ABC News 4).
- Charleston police using Facebook to help find fugitives (Live 5 News).
- Crews set to begin next phase of Colonial Lake Improvement Project (Live 5 News).
- New trustees appointed at S.C. State (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Summerville man accused of trafficking 14-year-old girl (ABC News 4).
- City of Charleston set to celebrate Gaillard Center completion in October (Live 5 News).
- Thieves steal Charleston Salvation Army trailer (ABC News 4).
- Veterans of bloody WWII battle honored at Patriots Point (ABC News 4).
- Authorities investigating fatal shooting of Summerville teenager (Live 5 News).
- College presidents form coalition to address Lowcountry workforce demand (Post & Courier).
- Post and Courier wins Silver Gavel Award for domestic violence series (Post & Courier).
- ABC News 4 nominated for four Emmys (ABC News 4).
- Fire destroys Cane Bay home, sends one to hospital (Live 5 News).
- Free wi-fi in downtown Summerville expanded (News 2).
- Employees expected scale back, not closure of Georgetown steel mill (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: Row, row, row, you dope (Charleston City Paper).
- St. Johns firefighters extinguish playground fire on Johns Island (ABC News 4).
- Charleston’s Housing Authority host annual Community Resources Day (News 2).
- Second suspect in Demetre Jewelers robbery denied bail (ABC News 4).
- Crews repairing damaged water main near Summerville neighborhood (Live 5 News).
- Cops talking seat belt safety at ‘Click’n 4 Chicken’ (Live 5 News).
- Trident Tech student picked for French garden internship (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- York school reverses American flag decision after residents protest (ABC News 4).
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