- Surgeon: Caitlyn’s pre-surgery recovery ‘really amazing,’ expected to make full recovery (Live 5 News).
- Police asking for help in locating missing West Ashley man (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police make arrest in shooting of Tyreik Gadsden (ABC News 4).
- Emotional 911 calls released from night Lt. Will Rogers was shot (Live 5 News).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans: 6/5 – 6/7/15 (HCS).
- Weekend plans with the Holy City Sinner (ABC News 4).
- Small Brew Act could mean craft beers for less in South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- Husk Sommelier and Bull Street Gourmet Owner Pair to Open Wine Bar (Eater Charleston).
- The Hottest Restaurants in Charleston Right Now (Eater Charleston).
- Getting the flavor of two important new food books (Post & Courier).
- King Street Sushi Stop O-Ku Adds Lunch on June 15 (Eater Charleston).
- First Look: Dinner service at Saint Alban (Post & Courier).
- Eater Young Guns: Where Are They Now? (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston restaurants provide food for Ronald McDonald House families during renovations (ABC News 4).
- Date Night at Persimmon Cafe; Guest Chefs at Basico; Horses at The Alley (Eater Charleston).
- Stingrays win Game 3 of Kelly Cup Finals, headed back to N. Chs for Game 4 (News 2).
- $2 Beer and Free Parking For Game 4 and 5 (Stingrays).
- The Dude Abides – 3rd Annual Downtown Lebowski Bash Set for July 9th (HCS).
- $15 million a year? Charleston’s Khris Middleton about to cash in on breakout NBA season (Post & Courier).
- First “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” Promo Video Released; Enjoy “The Colebeard” (HCS).
- Calling All Southern Charm Addicts! Here’s the Dirt Straight From Shep Rose (Pop Sugar).
- Sip craft beer, bring dogs to Riley Park for Bark for Your Brew event prior to RiverDogs’ game (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina plans nearly $106 million in athlete revenues (News 2).
- Bohicket leaderboard the same with My Three Sons hanging onto top spot (Post & Courier).
- 9th Annual Charleston Duck Race Set for Saturday (HCS).
- Rockin’ the River in North Charleston Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina Stingrays’ Top 10 goals in playoff history (Post & Courier).
- Few answers from sheriff’s candidate Lewis in one-on-one interview (ABC News 4).
- Light turnout for Berk. Co. Sheriff candidate debate (News 2).
- Legislators OK Haley’s request to borrow $123M for Volvo (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Clay Middleton (HCS).
- NAACP calls CCSD superintendent search flawed, calls for it to start over (ABC News 4).
- Board denies President Street proposal, approves hotel project on upper Meeting (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Gov. Haley to appear Friday night on Edwin McCain’s TV show, ‘Flipping Ships’ (Post & Courier).
- Blood donors to get free admission to Magnolia Plantation (Live 5 News).
- Joint Base says jets are flying over Lowcountry, but unclear if linked to boom (ABC News 4).
- Firefighters investigating early morning blaze in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- If Tyreik can grin, why can’t you? (Post & Courier).
- DD4 teacher charged with assault and battery at school (Live 5 News).
- Sheriff: ‘A significant step’ made as 4 people named in Allison Griffor murder case (ABC News 4).
- Boy, 5, honored for making food to deliver to investigators working the Will Rogers shooting case (ABC News 4).
- Judge sets bond for man facing obstruction charge in 5-year-old’s murder (Live 5 News).
- Summerville WWII vet recalls top secret mission before D-Day (ABC News 4).
- NCFD pull man shocked by power line from cherry picker (ABC News 4).
- Patriots Point board OKs $13M budget for Charleston area naval museum (Post & Courier).
- Charleston School of Law names new interim president (ABC News 4).
- Meeting Street Academy celebrates major milestone (Post & Courier).
- Bulldozer, dump truck submerged in water near Captain Sam’s Spit (ABC News 4).
- Report: Driver stabbed multiple times during domestic dispute in car (Live 5 News).
- Police say man scammed Children’s Museum employee out of $146 (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Fire Department regains top rating (Post & Courier).
- Deputies: Boy’s head sliced with sickle, stepfather charged with attempted murder (ABC News 4).
- Chaplain comes to terms with cancer and her own end of life (Post & Courier).
- First Refugees Arrive In Spartanburg Co. (News 2).
- Tourism indicators continue to climb in South Carolina (ABC News 4).
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