- Moon, winds, storms to produce more monster high tides, flooding (Post & Courier).
- Worst flooding still to come as tide grows (Charleston City Paper).
- Tornado victims thankful for community support (Live 5 News).
- Lawsuit: Killing of Teen by Officers Not Justified (WLTX).
- After Mother Emanuel, 3 women speak: 'We all have power to make change' (ABC News 4).
- Church shooting suspect's friend seeks bond reduction (ABC News 4).
- 11 Hottest Restaurants in Charleston (Zagat).
- Yes, Charleston might get a cat cafe (Charleston City Paper).
- HALOS Ready to Host Their 4th Annual Oyster Roast (HCS).
- Low Country Fish Camp and Cove Oyster Bar & Grille Open the Doors (Eater Charleston).
- Greek Fall Festival Returns This Weekend (HCS).
- The Latin American Festival is this Sunday (HCS).
- The incredible underdog story of Clemson's Tony Elliott (ESPN).
- Swinney ‘couldn’t get Jesus tickets’ to Notre Dame-Clemson (Post & Courier).
- Air Sex Championship Returns to Tin Roof (HCS).
- Movies & Music Come Together for October's Rockumentary Series (HCS).
- Film Commission set to spend entire $15M budget for first time (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Comedian Dusty Slay Returns to the Holy City This Friday (HCS).
- Pinewood Prep Alum Katelyn Dambaugh Earns Third-Place Finish at ANNIKA Intercollegiate (News 2).
- Burke High School’s Stoney Field to be studied, again (Post & Courier).
- Legislative leaders say they won't follow high court's order (ABC News 4).
- Public meeting on East Cooper Trail to get project off the ground (Live 5 News).
- New US immigration office opening its doors in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Kelley Paul filing husband Rand’s S. Carolina primary papers (News 2).
- The ice cream man, postal carriers, and paperboys can be fined under city's panhandling law (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston County school board approves goals for 2015-2016 year (Post & Courier).
- Sen. Tim Scott talking up US service academies around SC (News 2).
- Quintin's Close-ups: City Councilman James Lewis (HCS).
- Charleston Police Department awarded over $11,000 in grant money (Live 5 News).
- Civil War cannons raised from Pee Dee River (The State).
- Lawsuit filed in SC against Volkswagen (Live 5 News).
- Eastbound lanes of I-26 backed up after tractor trailer fire (ABC News 4).
- Man arrested in connection to Berkeley County home invasion following SWAT situation (News 2).
- Victim’s family attends bond hearing of man charged in fatal nightclub shooting (Post & Courier).
- Swimming advisory issued for parts of Sullivan's Island (ABC News 4).
- Army Corps reviews Palmetto Railways’ new plans (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston police to get better diving lights (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Family Throws Heartwarming Surprise Ceremony for Devoted Caregiver (The Digitel).
- Report: Nurse assaults inmate who discovers drug-laden sandwich (Live 5 News).
- More than 1,000 cadets to volunteer thousands of hours October 21 (The Digitel).
- Indigo Market opens on Morrison Drive next week (Charleston City Paper).
- Lincolnville murder suspect arrested (News 2).
- Sheriff: Man helped brother dispose of businessman's body (ABC News 4).
- Tybee Island's lifeguard season ends tragically (Live 5 News).