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- Story of abused dog in the Lowcountry gains worldwide attention (Live 5 News).
- Volvo incentives package for Charleston area plant could cost $87M more (Post & Courier).
- City police announce body camera testing, implementation (ABC News 4).
- BAR denies revised plan for Sgt. Jasper project, height still an issue (Live 5 News).
- Childrens’ Lives Matter: A rally in honor of Tyreik Gadsden (ABC News 4).
- Senate approves Uber bill, keeping its chances alive (Live 5 News).
- Storm system brings property damage, flooding, record rains (ABC News 4).
- Stupendous food in unexpected place: Short Grain Food Truck (Post & Courier).
- Immortal Lobster is up and truckin’ with a launch party this Saturday (Charleston City Paper).
- Go Nuts For Donuts (Yelp Charleston).
- Thanks to Cameron Read, you won’t find any throwaways on Edmund’s list of signature beers (Charleston City Paper).
- Macaroon-fueled cream fritters all the rage in 1800s Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Accent on Wine opens in Park Circle (Charleston City Paper).
- How the Halls are bringing Maverick Southern Kitchens into their restaurant fold (Post & Courier).
- Finding Lowcountry echoes in Taiwanese food (Post & Courier).
- Stingrays fall to Americans in game 2 of Kelly Cup Finals (News 2).
- Win Big with American Pharaoh & The Alley this Saturday (HCS).
- ‘Southern Charm’ Season 2 Reunion Recap: The 5 Most Shocking Moments from the Southern Charm Reunion (Fashion & Style).
- Spoleto’s going for less craziness and more greatness (Charleston City Paper).
- Seven things every Charleston local needs to add to their bucket list this summer (Post & Courier).
- Reptiles Once Again Ready to Invade Holy City During Repticon (HCS).
- Yankees placing former Citadel slugger Bo Thompson on RiverDogs roster (Post & Courier).
- Former CofC Swimmers fight to revive program (News 2).
- Guster puts new tricks in motion (Post & Courier).
Video Interview: South of Hell’s Mena Suvari (World Screen).
- Jay Leno on life after late-night TV, staying grounded, and finding humor out on the road (Post & Courier).
- MusicScene: Bleachers, Robert Randolph and The Family Band, Kill Paris (Post & Courier).
- Bohicket continues S.C. Governor’s Cup Billfishing Series (Post & Courier).
- House strips rape, incest exceptions from 20-week abortion ban (Post & Courier).
- Gov. Haley expected to sign CDV bill into law Thursday (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina road funding bill appears to be dead for this year (ABC News 4).
- Road solutions are stymied by gasbags (Post & Courier).
- “Post And Corruption” Launches Latest Assault On Taxpayers (FITSNews).
- It’s hard to gauge actual public sentiment against high-profile developments (Charleston City Paper).
- Smalls, Burbage, Bellew attend Berkeley County Sheriff forum, but not Lewis (ABC News 4).
- 1 man arrested, another cut after North Charleston fight (ABC News 4).
- SCE&G files for 2.8% rate hike to cover nuclear construction costs (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- 3-year-old found wandering in Summerville still in DSS custody (Live 5 News).
- Friends of hit-and-run victim Jae Bellamy raise $20K reward (ABC News 4).
- Bishops bring together congregation in North Charleston to address police shootings (Post & Courier).
- Molly finds help and health through the Carolina Children’s Charity (News 2).
- Police look for suspects after Family Dollar fight (ABC News 4).
- What’s next at North Charleston’s Garco site (Charleston City Paper).
- CARTA recommends route elimination, combination & more to better services (Live 5 News).
- Blotter: You’re-a-peein’ expressionism (Charleston City Paper).
- Graduation day for Charleston County High School Seniors (Live 5 News).
- DOL: OSHA cites shipyards for safety hazards; more than $100K in penalties (ABC News 4).
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