- How To Help SC Flood Victims (HCS).
- Haley: 15 dead now, possible localized evacuations across the Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- Evacuation announced as some schools, some roads remain closed (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry organization holds collection drive to help Midlands (Live 5 News).
- Ashborough residents: 'You just don't know what's gonna be next' (ABC News 4).
- USC-LSU game will be played in Baton Rouge (The State).
- Events, donation drives aim to bring aid to flood victims (ABC News 4).
- Floods unearth caskets across South Carolina, re-open old wounds for families (Post & Courier).
- Deer hunting, oyster seasons temporarily closed due to floods (ABC News 4).
- Mount Pleasant Waterworks lifts request to limit water use (Live 5 News).
- Summerville tow truck operator arrested, charged with price gouging in state of emergency (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County added to FEMA list, county leaders expect long road forward (ABC News 4).
- “Thankful there was no loss of life,” N. Charleston Officials address flooding recovery (News 2).
- Town of Andrews, nestled between Santee and Black Rivers, prepares for worst (ABC News 4).
- Givhans family flees home as Edisto River expected to rise (ABC News 4).
- Sonny Boy Lane residents positive despite tornado and flood (Post & Courier).
- Army Corps issuing emergency repair permits for flood damage (ABC News 4).
- SC flood, storm victims eligible for tax relief (ABC News 4).
- Graham: South Carolina flood damage could top $1 billion (Post & Courier).
- Bus route changes announced as schools open back up (ABC News 4).
- A Drive to Charleston (Joe Posnanski).
- Cancer fighter Ken Burger still has way with words (The Beaufort Gazette).
- ‘How is Ken Burger?’ The answer will endure (Post & Courier).
- Burger great writer, even better friend (SC Now).
- Aya Cookhouse Hosts DimSumPalooza Dinner on 10/14 (HCS).
- Reading the leaves of One Love Kombucha, there's great promise ahead (Charleston City Paper).
- Cook and customers find salvation at Jubilee Cafe (Post & Courier).
- Forthcoming Wine Well Stems & Skins Installs Bar and Banquette (Eater Charleston).
- Cassoulet is back at Annie’s Bistro (Post & Courier).
- Egg-celent Sandwiches (Yelp Charleston).
- Root Baking Co. is here to play with Southern whole grains (Post & Courier).
- Filling a ravioli hole left by the closing of Il Cortile Del Re (Post & Courier).
- Local community leaders, artists to present big ideas at Pecha Kucha XXII (Post & Courier).
- Under Duggar Baucom, Citadel basketball will ‘embrace the pace’ (Post & Courier).
- Former Goose Creek star Gerald Turner took long road to Charleston Southern (Post & Courier).
- Busting out: Jail Break No. 9, local arts mashup at Old City Jail, last before transformation (Post & Courier).
- SCISA swimming championships set for Saturday, SCHSL event postponed (Post & Courier).
- Migration to Memminger gala to showcase birds of prey, jazz & live auction (Post & Courier).
- ‘Hitchcock’ and ‘Radical Son’: different historical figures revived on local stages (Post & Courier).
- Dorchester District 2 schools closed for students on Thursday, Friday (Live 5 News).
- Quintin's Close-ups: John Singletary (HCS).
- North Charleston to update status of potential Walter Scott lawsuit Thursday (ABC News 4).
- The Rev. Norvel Goff disputes allegations of financial mismanagement (Post & Courier).
- The Center For Women is offering new support groups (C4W).
- Report: Blondie the carriage horse's incident an unfortunate accident, nothing more (ABC News 4).
- Plugs Appliance Center is giving away a Bosch Dishwasher (Plugs).
- Coroner identifies 2 bodies found on Congaree Road (Live 5 News).
- BoomTown Lives Up to its Name with Plans to Expand in a Big Way on Charleston’s Upper Peninsula (Charleston Digital Corridor)