- Official: Friend of Charleston church shooter arrested (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina again tops list of nation’s deadliest states for women (Post & Courier).
- Michael Slager: ‘I’m afraid now, is he going to take my weapon and shoot me?’ (Live 5 News).
- Illinois delegation nominates Emanuel AME for the Nobel Peace Prize (ABC News 4).
- Thomas Ravenel says he was assaulted in bar, threatens to sue city after waffling on arrest (Post & Courier).
- Ravenel releases photo of injury from attack (Charleston City Paper).
- Thomas Ravenel regrets threatening suit against Charleston, wanted police to do more (Post & Courier).
- Southern Charm’s Kathryn C. Dennis and Thomas Ravenel Expecting Baby No. 2 (Bravo).
- Pregnant Kathryn Dennis spotted filming in downtown Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Another bomb threat reported at Timberland High, Crime Stoppers offering $500 reward to catch perp (Post & Courier).
- Southern Foodways Alliance releases oral histories from 14 culinary leaders (Charleston City Paper).
- Two Unique Pop-Ups to Explore in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Can dozens of Yelp contributors be wrong? (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Beer Week in Full Swing until September 19th (News 2).
- Where to Drink Cocktails in Charleston Right Now (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston’s brewers go for gold at the Great American Beer Festival (Charleston City Paper).
- Break Down a Hog, Chef Fuyuhiko Ito at O-Ku (Eater Charleston).
- Bad Bitches winds down first season with market, dinner (Post & Courier).
- Check Out the Stunning Restoration at The Westendorff (Eater Charleston).
- The Westendorff Does Daily Brunch Starting on Saturday (Eater Charleston).
- The Brewster series encourages women to get into the brewhouse (Charleston City Paper).
- Where to Find Lowcountry Oysters in Local Restaurants (Eater Charleston).
- For Saturday’s Talk Like a Pirate Day, try eating like one (Charleston City Paper).
- Mira Winery Tasting Room, SIP Charleston, and Sweet Lulu’s Open (Eater Charleston).
- Jewish cooks break from tradition by using Lowcountry fish in holiday gefilte dish (Post & Courier).
- Brewers embrace cask ale and thousands of years of beer history (Charleston City Paper).
- Hanna Raskin wins top national award for blog (Post & Courier).
- This is the droid you’re looking for: R2-D2 Dreamliner to land in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Check out this Charleston tattoo on Russ Thames of the Charleston MINI Club. Ink done by Chuck at Pepper Shade Tattoo.
- Carolina Green Fair Returns to James Island this Sunday (HCS).
- Shovels, rope & baby: Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent welcome new baby girl to family (Post & Courier).
- 44th Annual Scottish Games return to Boone Hall Saturday (Live 5 News).
- Sorry, Miss South Carolina, the murder of the Emanuel 9 wasn’t an ‘accident’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Burke High to play out 2015 season at Citadel’s stadium (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Jazz Orchestra Latin-ize the Music of Thelonious Monk (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police: Enforcement on panhandling ban to begin Friday (Post & Courier).
- Lawmakers discuss state of care for disabled patients in group homes (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Senator Tim Scott (HCS).
- Hull of first sub in history to sink enemy warship revealed (ABC News 4).
- Charleston man pleads guilty to sexting minor, meeting for sex (ABC News 4).
- Downtown store owner assaulted in armed robbery (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Attorney Mark Peper (HCS).
- Guns, a sword, and booze among items confiscated by TSA (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County to Celebrate National Customer Service Week Oct 6-10 (Charleston County).
- The Iron Yard preps adults for coding jobs (Live 5 News).
- Cyclist hit, killed Tuesday night on Wadmalaw Island (ABC News 4).
- Plans filed for new hotel near Charleston’s S.C. Aquarium (Post & Courier).
- Lost Civil War sword returns to The Citadel (Live 5 News).
- ‘I’m awake’ – Mother wins fight to keep children in South Carolina after leaving religious group (ABC News 4).
- 4th grader asks for gifts for soldiers for her birthday (Live 5 News).
- Eastside nonprofit helps carry the load with neighborhood laundromat (Charleston City Paper).
- Sheriff: Driver ran over deputy before fatal crash in ‘wild’ chase (Live 5 News).
- Google pays lip service to Charleston’s black community (Charleston City Paper).
- Office building eyed for 1970s-era bank at busy Charleston corner (Post & Courier).
- Driver charged after hitting motorcyclist (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: A superhero’s exit (Charleston City Paper).
- Trial continues in case of two brothers accused of brutally murdering landlord, burning his body (Live 5 News).
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