- Lindsey Graham enters 2016 presidential race (Al Jazeera America).
- Graham launches 2016 presidential bid in hometown (Live 5 News).
- Sen. Lindsey Graham’s full remarks on his bid for president (ABC News 4).
- BCSO Lt. Will Rogers discharged from MUSC; Sent to rehab center (Live 5 News).
- Don’t miss the P&C’s ‘Shots Fired’ series on officer-involved shootings (Charleston City Paper).
- Fundraiser to help 5-year-old shooting victim (Live 5 News).
- Ariel Morgan’s mother speaks out nearly 1 year later after her murder (News 2).
- Caitlyn’s IVs removed, resting comfortably after laser therapy, says CAS (ABC News 4).
- For officer arrested in Walter Scott death, documents show rising use of Taser (Post & Courier).
- Critic Declares Ruth’s Chris ‘Doesn’t Enhance Downtown Charleston’s Dining Scene’ (Eater Charleston).
- Here’s the review (Post & Courier).
- Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream is back in action (Charleston City Paper).
- Barony Tavern Introduces Sunday Supper Menu (HCS).
- Walmart opens first of four Neighborhood Markets, still hiring for two others (Live 5 News).
- It’s Negroni Week! Drink for Charity! (HCS).
- Spend $40 or more at Tabbuli West Ashley and get $20 off with this coupon. Expires June 7th, 2015 (Facebook).
- Honey and Herbs Sing in 492’s Saint Basil Cocktail (Eater Charleston).
- 3rd Annual “Tomayto Tomahto” Event Set for 6/27 (HCS).
- Seminoles beat College of Charleston 8-1, advance to Super Regionals (ABC News 4).
- Mark Cuban’s Yacht is Docked in the City Marina (HCS).
- Spoleto overview: Laughing and sighing our way through the Globe’s Romeo and Juliet (Charleston City Paper).
- Stingrays’ Scott Ford savoring Kelly Cup playoff run (Post & Courier).
- Soil work underway at county skatepark site — finally (Charleston City Paper).
- Shepard Fairey talks Terrace donations, Obama disappointment (Post & Courier).
- Spoleto overview: What Moves You sort of moved us (Charleston City Paper).
- Snapchat flirts with Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Sunless Sea releases ‘No Ghost’ (Charleston City Paper).
- During the month of June, you can get $10 off all South Carolina Aquarium Membership Packages (SC Aquarium).
- Leah Suarez steps down as director of Jazz Artists of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Jordan Montgomery Gets Call to Tampa Yankees (RiverDogs).
- RiverDogs to Host Youth Baseball Camp June 17-19 (Riley Park Events).
- Videos from 2015 TEDxCharleston Now Available (HCS).
- ‘Southern Charm’ Season 3 Needs To Answer These Questions, Because We Want To Know If Craig Is Coming Back (Bustle).
- Dads Climb FREE at Wild Blue Ropes this Father’s Day (HCS).
- Savage Souls debut new single (Charleston City Paper).
- Brad and Jennifer Moranz to Debut “Get On Your Feet!” in July (HCS).
- Cam Newton will finally get his mega-deal from the Carolina Panthers (Yahoo Sports).
- Joy Vandervort-Cobb tackles a dozen characters and owns them all (Charleston City Paper).
- Duane Lewis calls diploma questions a ‘non-issue’ during news conference (ABC News 4).
- Lindsey Graham’s eye roll seen round the world (Post & Courier).
- Haley urges businesses to review emergency plans for hurricane season (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Senate has 72 hours to decide Uber’s fate in S.C. (ABC News 4).
- SC DOT director resigns after 1 year on the job (Live 5 News).
- Applicants needed for vacancies on Charleston County boards and commissions (Post & Courier).
- Rick Santorum talks jobs to residents of Florence County (Live 5 News).
- School districts seeking tax hikes to catch up, accommodate growth (Post & Courier).
- Police investigating after 3-year-old found Monday morning (Live 5 News).
- Parks Conservancy proposes Hampton Park facelift to add cafe and venue space (Charleston City Paper).
- 5 alligators found dead on Ashley River, DNR investigates possible poaching (ABC News 4).
- Man charged with attempted murder in N. Charleston stabbing (Live 5 News).
- Cops: $12,000 worth of jewelry stolen from Mt. Pleasant home (ABC News 4).
- Center for Women launches “Founder’s Lab” for female entrepreneurs (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Deputies: Surveillance video stills not of suspect in credit card theft case (Live 5 News).
- Video shows impaled dog Louis playing with new foster family (ABC News 4).
- Community gathers to honor murder victim Hari Singleton (Live 5 News).
- Palliative Care Forum will explore removing barriers for cancer patients (Moultrie News).
- Ravenel Bridge view changed by Wounded Nature – Working Veterans, Boeing Volunteers (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Dredging of Savannah Harbor won’t start until December (Post & Courier).
- Outreach Center for Deaf and Blind opens in Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Retired Vice Admiral Joseph Baciocco Jr., former commander of the Charleston Naval Base, dies (Post & Courier).
- “Sunday Morning” Looks into the Historic Preservation Philosophies of Charleston & Savannah (HCS).
- Red Cross volunteers from S.C. help out in Texas flooding (Post & Courier).
- Report: Woman wields sword during argument with boyfriend (Live 5 News).
- Man suspected of wielding knife in assault at Berkeley County bar (Post & Courier).
- Major General Kurt F Neubauer visits JB Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Phased approach to completing I-526 raises concerns about impact on Johns Island (Post & Courier).
- Burying power lines a slow slog (Post & Courier).
- Wando High School setting record graduation for Class of ’15 (Live 5 News).
- 2 bidders make offers on Port Royal site (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- One person rescued in Moncks Corner mobile home fire (Live 5 News).
- Mount Pleasant reconsiders senior center age limit (Post & Courier).
- Police: Man shot in groin outside mobile home park (ABC News 4).
- SCE&G, Duke Energy propose new incentives for solar power (Post & Courier).
- Car hits 3 pedestrians, kills 1 on US-17 in Horry County (News 2).
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