- Coroner rules death of man police shot as ‘suicide by cop’ (News 2).
- Records: CCSD teacher moonlighting as Uber driver accused of sex assault (ABC News 4).
- Suspect detained in connection to threats on Charleston theaters (Live 5 News).
- Herbert Fielding, first African-American elected to S.C. House since Reconstruction, dies (ABC News 4).
- 3 Dorchester County deputies involved in fatal shooting ID’d by sheriff’s office (ABC News 4).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- Grand Bohemian Charleston to Offer Multiple Options for Drinking and Dining (Eater Charleston).
- The Ballpark Festival of Beers Returns this Saturday (HCS).
- South Carolina shut out at Great American Seafood Cook-off (Post & Courier).
- Walls Up at College of Charleston’s Kosher/Vegan/Vegetarian Dining Hall (Eater Charleston).
- St. John’s High launches area’s first hospitality academy (Post & Courier).
- Antique Roadshow’s stop in Charleston brings thousands from across the country (Live 5 News).
- Third Eye Blind to Play the Family Circle Stadium this October (HCS).
- Bill Murray to Appear in New ‘Ghostbusters’ Reboot (Yahoo).
- Many who helped build new Gaillard Center get first glimpse of auditorium during test-run concert (Post & Courier).
- O.A.R. Returns to Daniel Island with Allen Stone (HCS).
- Local singer-songwriter Ryan Lill on “Two Girls & A Guy” (Mix 96).
- Today, local band Honey Smoke released a full-length album. It’s on iTunes, Spotify, etc. (Facebook).
- A Fragile Tomorrow heads to Tel Aviv (Charleston City Paper).
- The Carolina Brotherhood’s 600 mile ride making final stop in Charleston (News 2).
- Stephen Colbert Offers ‘Late Show’ Preview at TCA: ‘I Want to Do Donald Trump Jokes So Bad’ (Yahoo).
- Fan throws back home run ball, hits Brett Gardner in the head (Yahoo).
- Medal of Honor Bowl to Host “Let Freedom Swing” Golf Tournament (HCS).
- Charleston Southern chasing Big South title (ABC News 4).
- Clemson players blocked from social media during season (Post & Courier).
- Houston, Citadel more comfortable together as season starts (ABC News 4).
- Park Circle Comics and Tin Roof Present the “Tin City” Comic Book Show (HCS).
- 27th Governor’s Cup of Surfing Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina athletes return from Special Olympics World Summer Games (News 2).
- Moms, others turn to yoga for clarity during busy lives (ABC News 4).
- Get Soaked for a Good Cause: Charity Car Wash in Park Circle (HCS).
- Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz talks to Brave Baby’s Keon Masters about Bob Dylan, songwriting, and getting older (Charleston City Paper).
- Haley: More than 10,000 have signed up for GOP forum in SC (Live 5 News).
- Greenville named site of 2016 GOP presidential debate (Live 5 News).
- Donald Trump won’t be appearing at Tim Scott town hall (Post & Courier).
- Question #2 for Mayoral Candidates: How would you work with others to lead a regional conversation? (Charleston City Paper).
- Ted Cruz visits Mount Pleasant supporters, takes jab at Democrats (ABC News 4).
- Some local businesses cashing in on presidential campaign appearances (Live 5 News).
- Hillary Clinton Comes to Charleston (News 2).
- Public meeting to address SCE&G rate hikes (Live 5 News).
- Controversy, accusations of racism continue to hound Charleston County school board (Post & Courier).
- National Action Network makes another demand for Confederate flag emblem to be removed (Live 5 News).
- Mount Pleasant continues debate over growth plan; independent review criticizes leadership (ABC News 4).
- Judge to consider local input on Sergeant Jasper redevelopment (News 2).
- SC attorney general must pay $135,300 in gay marriage case (Live 5 News).
- State lawmakers propose ban on what Planned Parenthood, MUSC don’t do (Post & Courier).
- Outcry continues after clapping kids kicked from council meeting (News 2).
- GOP’s Perry stops paying SC campaign staff (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Rocky D (HCS).
- Graham to announce members of SC national security team (News 2).
- No price on privacy — little monetary relief for consumers in class-action settlement (Post & Courier).
- Myrtle Beach passes resolution opposing offshore drilling (ABC News 4).
- Police investigating shots fired into Moncks Corner home (Live 5 News).
- Many thankful for the quick arrests made following Summerville shooting (Live 5 News).
- Judge awards more than $1 million to club shooting victim (ABC News 4).
- Family attorneys call for federal probe of Seneca police killing (Post & Courier).
- Isle of Palms Police investigating vacation rental scam (Live 5 News).
- Aquarium releases 27th treated turtle of the year (Post & Courier).
- Berk. County 911 Dispatcher helps save elderly woman’s life (News 2).
- Union police searching for missing 5-year-old (Live 5 News).
- Colleton County deputy and woman help save 2-year-old from drowning (ABC News 4).
- West Ashley domestic homicide victim Pamela Burgess a skilled paralegal, devoted mother (Post & Courier).
- Tyreik Gadsden honored at party hosted by Charleston Police Department (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry residents concerned about high electric bills (News 2).
- As water rates continue to rise how do utilities spend the revenue? (News 2).
- Folly gets its big beaks back (Post & Courier).
- Ahead of new school year, North Charleston charter school battling financial challenges (Live 5 News).
- A/C units stolen from North Charleston businesses (News 2).
- Officials at Fort Sumter announce modified historical flag display (Live 5 News).
- Suspect in hospital following car chase in Berkeley County (Live 5 News).
- Judge won’t dismiss discrimination lawsuit against BMW (News 2).
- West Ashley man sentenced to 25 years in girlfriend’s strangling death (Post & Courier).
- Law officers discussing ways to fight gang crime (Live 5 News).
- Summerville parking garage Short Central entrance closed for 2 days, Town Hall entrance open (Post & Courier).
- Charleston ranks No. 50 on list of best U.S. cities to hold meetings (Post & Courier).
- Law Enforcement Suicide Rocks SC (FITS News).
- Coast Guard medevacs 8-month-old with head injury from grounded boat (Live 5 News).
- Two brothers closer than ever after living kidney donation at MUSC (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston to open $42M public works campus (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Child pool drownings in SC highest per capita in July (Live 5 News).
- Crash downs power lines, closes northbound Coleman Boulevard in Mount Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Police arrest N. Charleston man accused of assaulting woman (Live 5 News).
- Traffic Alert: Road Closure and Detour Route for the Harbor View Road Improvements Project (Charleston County).
- LIST: Top 10 ‘most dangerous’ cities in South Carolina (Live 5 News).
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