- 3 wounded in drive-by shooting in Moncks Corner (ABC News 4).
- Man dies in Huger Nucor steel plant accident in Berkeley County (Live 5 News).
- Family member of Emanuel victim calls for change after hate crime indictments (ABC News 4).
- The 3rd Annual Food Phone Photo Competition is Underway (HCS).
- Manager: Seafood market fire recovery could take some time (ABC News 4).
- Construction Continues at Charleston Beer Works’ New Address (Eater Charleston).
- Watch the Charleston RiverDogs’ full video tribute to Mayor Joe Riley (YouTube).
- South Carolina in 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games (News 2).
- Charleston Southern’s Cory Peoples and Rod Wilson to join Kansas City Chiefs’ staff with Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship (News 2).
- SC Aquarium’s Shark Week Begins on 8/8 (HCS).
- Where to catch the rest of this summer’s movies (Charleston City Paper).
- Ladybug Release Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Gamecocks moving on from last year’s defensive problems (ABC News 4).
- USC football: A game-by-game breakdown of the 2015 schedule (Post & Courier).
- Clemson football: A game-by-game breakdown of the 2015 schedule (Post & Courier).
- RiverDogs Joe Riley Night Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- ART WORKSHOPS AIM TO AID IN COMMUNITY’S HEALING (HCS).
- CofC Alumnus Earns Prize in National Singing Audition (Lowcountry Today).
- The session that was: Officials, advocates grade how lawmakers did (Post & Courier).
- State treasurer slammed over Confederate flag rally tweet (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Mayor Joe Riley grants independent review of carriage horse incident (ABC News 4).
- QUINTIN’S CLOSE-UPS: LARRY KOBROVSKY & BRADY QUIRK-GARVAN (HCS).
- Democrats to renew push for Medicaid expansion in SC (ABC News 4).
- A new strategy to help heirs keep family lands (Post & Courier).
- U.S. Marshals arrest suspects in Lowcountry (News 2).
- Sssh! Hurricane season forecast to stay quiet (Post & Courier).
- Four charged in attempted burglary of business on Rivers Ave (Live 5 News).
- Spring Street grows as popular place to live, work, shop with spillover from King Street boom (Post & Courier).
- “Christmas in July” Citadel donation drive Sunday (News 2).
- Ever-shifting Lowcountry beaches again in need of sand (Post & Courier).
- 1 dead, another injured after tractor trailer accident near Colleton (Live 5 News).
- Abuse allegations haunt lucrative group homes (Post & Courier).
- LOCAL MARKETING FIRM OFFERING PRO-BONO SERVICES TO AREA NONPROFITS (HCS).
- Fewer deer lead to fewer collisions involving vehicles in SC (ABC News 4).
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