- NWS survey team says Johns Island tornado ranked EF-2 (ABC News 4).
- ‘More than a church,’ Riley says as street dedicated to Mother Emanuel (ABC News 4).
- City announces plan to divide Emanuel AME Hope Fund (Post & Courier).
- Trump speaks to half-empty room of white people at black business event in North Charleston (MSNBC).
- Trump lashes out at rivals in half-filled ballroom (ABC News 4).
- Trump rally in North Charleston baffles black entrepreneurs (Post & Courier).
- Watch PBS’s “America After Charleston” Town Hall (HCS).
- Aggressive policing dominates North Charleston mayoral debate (ABC News 4).
- Greater Charleston taking part in Pope’s visit to the U.S.A. (Live 5 News).
- Friend of Charleston shooting suspect seeks evidence in case (News 2).
- Blind Tiger closing at its current location (Charleston City Paper).
- Small Plate Crawl Scheduled for Early November (HCS).
- Only 5 bars have signed up for voluntary 3 a.m. soft closing (Charleston City Paper).
- The Food Film Festival Returns to Charleston this November (HCS).
- Saint Alban Shuts Down Original Location on Sunday (Eater Charleston).
- No buts about it, Smoke BBQ is the business (Charleston City Paper).
- Lotus Vietnamese Cuisine Hiring Staff and Hoisting Signage (Eater Charleston).
- FINAL: Revelry’s Funkmaster Brett vs. Coast’s 32/50 kolsch (Charleston City Paper).
- Rapper and chef Coolio teaches Bully Pulpit’s Rex Stickel how to cook a panty-dropping meal (Charleston City Paper).
- The Macintosh’s Anniversary Deals; Guigal Wine Dinner at Barony Tavern (Eater Charleston).
- UPDATE: Bad Wolf Coffee coming to a new Upper King food hall called Pacific Box & Crate Development (Charleston City Paper).
- 10 Charleston Craft Beer Destinations (Eater Charleston).
- Let Me See You Lobster Roll (Yelp Charleston).
- Upcoming Mash Cocktail Menu Includes St. Cecilia Society Punch (Eater Charleston).
- Lawsuit filed against Hardee’s amid Hepatitis A exposures (Live 5 News).
- Don’t Miss This Epic Five-Course Feast With Eater + Goose Island at The Macintosh (Eater Charleston).
- Park Circle Wine Bar Stems & Skins Trots Out Logo (Eater Charleston).
- Battery sign Cuban star striker — and defector — Ariel Martinez (ABC News 4).
- Who knew a Meeting Street wine bar would make the perfect space for stand-up? (Charleston City Paper).
- 2015 MOJA Arts Festival Began Today (HCS).
- The wildly uncensored Crab Claw aims for a cult classic hit with Pink Eye (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Battery renews rivalry with Richmond Kickers in USL Playoffs (News 2).
- Painter Crosby Jack reminisces on how King Dusko changed his life (Charleston City Paper).
- Georgetown football team wins appeal, remains in Region 6 (ABC News 4).
- She Returns From War drops a cosmic-Americana treasure with Oh, What a Love (Charleston City Paper).
- Candidates: If elected mayor, what legacy would you leave behind? (Charleston City Paper).
- Senate panel advances medical marijuana legislation (Post & Courier).
- Panhandlers adapt to life under new city ordinance (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Paul Tinkler (HCS).
- Transgender students want to be heard (Live 5 News).
- SC State contractor: State trying to abandon school’s debt (ABC News 4).
- How much should access to a park be worth? (Charleston City Paper).
- Mauldin man sentenced for threatening President Obama (ABC News 4).
- Agencies fight to keep waterways free of derelict boats (Charleston City Paper).
- DOT says work on I-26 in Lowcountry substantially complete (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County to Mail Reassessment Notices Starting Today (Charleston County).
- New North Charleston job center opening (ABC News 4).
- Neighborhood program helps N. Charleston officers bond with kids (Live 5 News).
- Death of woman in West Ashley ruled a homicide (ABC News 4).
- Coroner identifies victim; CCSO searching for info (Live 5 News).
- Man pulled from Ashley River pronounced dead (ABC News 4).
- City celebrates new Hyatt hotels as ‘great achievement’ on Upper King (Post & Courier).
- Family searching for man missing since Friday (News 2).
- Wanted: Man uses stolen credit card to buy $300 gift card (Live 5 News).
- El Niño forecasted to bring a cool and wet winter to the Lowcountry (News 2).
- Record year for sea turtle nests at Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge (ABC News 4).
- Carnival Ecstasy coming to Charleston in 2016; Fantasy now leaving for Alabama (News 2).
- Goose Creek police investigating Wednesday morning home invasion (ABC News 4).
- Grandmother earns Habitat Home after difficult summer (News 2).
- Charleston County Sheriff’s deputies charge 2 in Johns Island shooting (ABC News 4).
- WWII Veterans hold reunion in North Charleston (News 2).
- Risk of rip currents along the SC, NC coasts (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: Latchkey-less kids (Charleston City Paper).
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