- Few specific details on investigation, manhunt emerge after largely redacted report released in Emanuel AME shooting (ABC News 4).
- Jenny Horne will run for Congress, spokesman says (Post & Courier).
- Agency responsible for dock inspection on Folly Beach still unclear (ABC News 4).
- Weather-battered docks need extra scrutiny, officials say (Post & Courier).
- Charleston’s 2015 Halloween Events, Parties, & Plans (HCS).
- Pharrell Williams could be singing with the Emanuel AME Gospel Choir on Sunday (Post & Courier).
- A first taste of Mercantile and Mash’s chef’s counter (Charleston City Paper).
- Tomorrow is Shuckin’ on the Yorktown (HCS).
- Fish Brings Back the Predator and Prey Dinner (HCS).
- Prepping their hive for the winter, Larry Haigh’s bees are busy (Charleston City Paper).
- Barony Taverns Hosts Inaugural Coast Beer Dinner on 11/3 (HCS).
- Frothy Beard Brewing gets a big investment from long-time S.C. politico Wesley Donehue (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston’s Best Cocktail Bars (Localeur).
- #PinkRibbonRolls Makes Its Last Stop this Saturday (HCS).
- Literary festival celebrates Pat Conroy’s 70th birthday (ABC News 4).
- Jump Little Children announces two Charleston artists as support for sold-out reunion tour (Post & Courier).
- Southern Charm Producer Embroiled In CDV Drama (FITS News).
- Charleston area players making impact for Coastal Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Tyler Boone launched a crowd sourcing campaign for his new record (Kickstarter).
- Wando senior Bailey Imbus qualifies for top national junior equestrian event (Post & Courier).
- Fact check: Mayoral candidates Stavrinakis’ and Deerin’s transportation claims (Post & Courier).
- Lindsey Graham vows to engage in tough diplomacy: ‘Make me commander in chief and this crap stops!’ (Yahoo).
- South Carolina congressman wants SROs out of classrooms (Live 5 News).
- Hillary Clinton isn’t taking S.C. black voters for granted this time around (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley, Dorchester included in Department of Agriculture’s disaster areas (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Maurice Washington (HCS).
- Profiling Charleston’s mayoral candidates: Toby Smith (ABC News 4).
- New law school president to pay off $6M InfiLaw loan (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Thomas Legare Jr. faces fine for late campaign filing (Charleston City Paper).
- Dorchester County Council hosting community meeting with FEMA (News 2).
- 1,000-strong petition has Charleston rethinking gathering place zoning (Post & Courier).
- Main Road Improvements Project Underway (Charleston County).
- 5 Charleston women linked to Emanuel shooting among those honored by Glamour (Post & Courier).
- Super heroes delight patients while leaping MUSC in single bound (ABC News 4).
- Hurricane sent Summerville family to Mexican hideout (Summerville Journal Scene).
- Dumpster rides tide to Bird Key (Post & Courier).
- Halloween curfew for some SC sex offenders (ABC News 4).
- USS YORKTOWN Foundation Launches New Text-to-Give Donation Initiative (Patriots Point).
- Sheriff’s department seeks missing 16-year-old last seen two days ago (Live 5 News).
- Authorities searching for missing Cottageville woman (Live 5 News).
- Crews secure gas leak in downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Wreck on I-526 eastbound cleared (ABC News 4).
- Accident in North Charleston involving motorcycle, truck (Live 5 News).
- Mayor Summey given MUSC Healthy Communities Award (Live 5 News).
- Truck company bringing more than 300 jobs to Dorchester Co. (Live 5 News).
- Student takes to social media after dress code violation (ABC News 4).
- Wanted: Burglars caught on camera breaking into Orangeburg Co. home (Live 5 News).
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