- Judge: Patience running out in wait for Feds to decide on death penalty in Roof case (ABC News 4).
- A vacant lot where Walter Scott was killed, a beleaguered community (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Featured on Tonight’s “Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations” (HCS).
- Rumors & Notes: AM Edition (HCS).
- Farmers market season is back (Charleston City Paper).
- Is this the world’s greatest rice? (BBC).
- Ben & Jerry’s FREE CONE DAY is 4/12 (HCS).
- Raul Sanchez brings his Maya Del Sol flavors to lunch service at R. Kitchen (Charleston City Paper).
- The Krispy Kreme Doughnut Dash returns to Charleston (News 2).
- Home Team’s All Americana Crawfish Boil Moves Downtown (HCS).
- Butcher & Bee’s 3rd Night Bazaar is Saturday (HCS).
- Charleston Friends of the Library Host Pop Up $1 Book Sales and “Books for Beer” (HCS).
- Young Delaware’s redemption and the downfall of periwinkle in ‘Southern Charm’ Season 3 premier (Post & Courier).
- Southern Charm S3 E1: Toasted toasts, headbutts, and babies (Charleston City Paper).
- Confessions of a Southern Charm newbie: Ep 1 (Charleston City Paper).
- Biergarten Hosts Las Olas Fashion Show on April 15th (HCS).
- Berkeley County announces plans to re-open Cypress Gardens (ABC News 4).
- Midlands native sinks game-winning shot to give Villanova NCAA Championship (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina runs away with Hootie at Bulls Bay title (Post & Courier).
- Back at The Joe: RiverDogs a perfect fit for former Citadel pitcher James Reeves (Post & Courier).
- Senate Majority Leader Harvey Peeler steps down from his post (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Pastor Thomas Dixon (HCS).
- 6th graders’ experiment uses speed bumps to offset Festival of Lights energy costs (ABC News 4).
- Fired professors set to return to work at Charleston law school (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Audit: DOT should better prioritize state’s road needs (Live 5 News).
- Community leaders try to stop violence by reaching out to black N. Charleston gang members (Post & Courier).
- Three Goose Creek City Council members elected (Live 5 News).
- Disabled veteran paired with service dog after meeting Canine Angels founder (ABC News 4).
- 11 Boeing employees accused of not paying nearly $100K in South Carolina taxes (ABC News 4).
- Cable company to bring 550 jobs to North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Crews deployed for boater in distress (ABC News 4).
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