- 2 arrested, 2 still sought in North Charleston bartender's shooting death (ABC News 4).
- Ride Easy: A friend remembers local musician and bartender, Eric Brantley (Charleston City Paper).
- Meek to take plea deal, testify against childhood friend Dylann Roof (ABC News 4).
- Friends, law enforcement question why suspect shot by police was not in jail (ABC News 4).
- Gov. Nikki Haley chosen as one of TIME's "100 Most Influential People" (TIME).
- Lawsuit alleges ‘pervasive’ sexual harassment by CofC biology professor (Post & Courier).
- Septima P. Clark Academy official under fire after dress code dispute (ABC News 4).
- SLED asked to investigate incident between Charleston cop, Tommy Condon's cook (ABC News 4).
- Husk to open two new spots in Greenville and Savannah (Charleston City Paper).
- Join Charleston's Food & Bev Community in "Dining Out For Life" this Thursday (HCS).
- The Commodore Takes Over Former Touch of Class Address (Eater Charleston).
- CO celebrates anniversary with $4 laksa (Post & Courier).
- Stereo 8 launches music industry appreciation night (Charleston City Paper).
- Butcher & Bee Flashes New NoMo Interiors to Friends (Eater Charleston).
- Sermet Aslan reveals direction for James Island restaurant (Post & Courier).
- Macintosh Hosts Pig Pickin' with Bluepoint Brewing Tonight (HCS).
- Delish! Bakery & Bistro Cleans Up Former Andolini's Pizza (Eater Charleston).
- Resy creeping into Charleston restaurant booking market (Post & Courier).
- Short Grain and Artisan Meat Share Destroyed the Dumpling Pop-Up (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston's Oak Steakhouse Is Headed for the Westin Nashville Hotel in SoBro (Eater Charleston).
- Ben Folds To Perform with CSO this June (HCS).
- HBO’s new teaser video for ‘Vice Principals’ shows mean side of Danny McBride (Post & Courier).
- The RiverDogs struck out five batters in one inning (Charleston City Paper).
- Registration open for golfers in annual Crimestoppers fundraiser (Live 5 News).
- Ocean paddlers, swimmers urged to know risks, seek safety training (Post & Courier).
- The life builder: Actress Ellen Burstyn discusses her lasting quest (Post & Courier).
- Plan to fund 526 includes temporary toll, half-cent sales tax (ABC News 4).
- Principal hopes to open home for homeless students in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Circuit Judge: BAR erred in last summer’s Jasper hearing (Post & Courier).
- Cane Bay Middle student, 13, carried pistol to school, pointed it at another student (ABC News 4).
- Want Viagra? Come back tomorrow with a note, S.C. lawmaker says (Post & Courier).
- Burns Elementary school to be run by private company through partnership (Live 5 News).
- Citadel cadet punished after leaking hijab story (Post & Courier).
- Pair of Palmetto Primary Care offices shut down -- temporarily, says company (ABC News 4).
- Two suspects facing charges after police shoot attacking pit bulls to execute warrant (Live 5 News).
- Charleston International Airport shows off newly renovated areas (Post & Courier).
- Road closures expected in Summerville as crews replace railroad crossings (Live 5 News).
- Summerville native’s unexpected death shakes community (Summerville Journal Scene).
- 10-year-old girl struck by pick-up truck in Goose Creek (Live 5 News).
- Vigils for missing Brittanee Drexel held in Myrtle Beach, New York (Live 5 News).