- Fundraiser in works for Charleston hot dog vendor who died suddenly (ABC News 4).
- Officials offer tips on how discard flood-damaged items (ABC News 4).
- HGTV Seeking Charleston Families for Home Renovation Show (HCS).
- The Pen Is Mightier Than Cancer: Exclusive interview with Ken Burger (News 2).
- Bi-Lo cuts prices on 1,000+ items by average 17% (Post & Courier).
- HoM Celebrates Chef Homecoming, New Menu (HCS).
- Long-Standing Upper King Eatery Joe Pasta Up For Sale (Eater Charleston).
- Johns Island’s Loophole frames the familiar with ethnic flavors (Post & Courier).
- Beer School Series is Back at Edmund's Oast (HCS).
- Persimmon Cafe fights staffing crisis with paid vacation (Post & Courier).
- Local restaurants, fisheries worry as DHEC puts oyster season on hold (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry cookbook author Oscar Vick dies at 70 (Post & Courier).
- Fat Rice is first committed tenant at Pacific Box & Crate food hall (Post & Courier).
- Pie expert brings crust-making method to town (Post & Courier).
- Community invited to help paint “Charleston Strong” mural on Rutledge Avenue (Post & Courier).
- The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson Plays the Gaillard on Tuesday (HCS).
- Charleston Southern mascot has special surprise for freshman (ABC News 4).
- Blake Shelton puts on private performance in Charleston on Thursday (News 2).
- Local dancer finds healing in salsa dancing, hopes to bring social salsa to Charleston’s nightlife (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina Stingrays Opening Night is Saturday and will Honor Charleston 12 (Stingrays).
- Charleston Symphony Orchestra to Perform "Frankenstein" Live (HCS).
- Sexbruise? is back with their brand of damn good but ridiculous R&B (Charleston City Paper).
- Bay Street Biergarten Hosts Miss Hot-Tober Competition (HCS).
- University of South Carolina hosts Brad Paisley concert (News 2).
- Former Family Circle Cup champs sign on to play Volvo Open in 2016 (ABC News 4).
- Photos: Jail Break 2015 (Scene SC).
- Trick or Treat Through The Citadel Mall on Halloween (HCS).
- Charleston Blazing Hawks plan practices (Post & Courier).
- That weird question at the Charleston Mayoral Debate…. (Discontent Magazine).
- Federal leaders to honor Mayor Riley Friday (News 2).
- Couple that forced woman to have sex with 30 men a day are first conviction under S.C. human trafficking law (Post & Courier).
- Motorcycle driver charged with felony DUI after fatal crash, passenger identified (ABC News 4).
- Palmetto Goodwill donates $36,000 to Mother Emanuel Hope Fund (ABC News 4).
- Quintin's Close-ups: ABC News 4's Chief Meteorologist Dave Williams (HCS).
- Disaster claims center opens doors in North Charleston for flood victims (ABC News 4).
- Man accused of killing ex-wife appears in bond court (ABC News 4).
- Walmart shoplifter escapes custody after threatening to cut officer with box cutter (Live 5 News).
- Stratford student charged with assault after cafeteria fight Thursday (ABC News 4).
- Bridges around SC quickly coming back online (ABC News 4).
- Prosecutors claim 'one less gang member to fear' after judge hands down sentence (Live 5 News).
- Police: Summerville couple stole $85K from 2 NY stores (ABC News 4).
- Georgetown emergency shelter houses animals displaced by storm (Live 5 News).
- Police charge aunt after toddler shoots grandmother in back (ABC News 4).