- Cocaine, pills … and textbooks: How a college drug ring hid in plain sight (Post & Courier).
- Search for missing inmates stalled until new leads point to their location (ABC News 4).
- High tides concerns prompt cancellation of Folly Beach July 4th fireworks (Live 5 News).
- Housing secured for last of Tent City residents (Post & Courier).
- Ports CEO say new system running smoother, but truckers say lost money needs to be repaid (ABC News 4).
- City plotting new ways to reinvigorate former Charleston Naval Base (Post & Courier).
- Jury selection process in the case of Dylann Roof remains undecided (Charleston City Paper).
- Molly Darcy's will close its doors on Sunday (Charleston City Paper).
- After a decade with Fish Restaurant, Chef Nico Romo moving on (Charleston City Paper).
- SLED crackdown forces beer festivals to rethink format (Post & Courier).
- Charleston pitmaster reflects on N.C. festival he founded (Post & Courier).
- Southern Charm Custody Case Won’t Be Sealed (FITS News).
- The Charleston Arts Festival Debuts in October (HCS).
- Coastal Carolina beats TCU to advance to the College World Series championship series (Post & Courier).
- Camp Happy Days Hosts Week Long Summer Camp for Kids Kickin’ Cancer (HCS).
- All American Independence Day Party Debuts at Brick House Kitchen (HCS).
- Charleston Native Returns to Host FYI's "Waterfront House Hunting" (HCS).
- Miss South Carolina Pageant about more than beauty (ABC News 4).
- Learn About July's "Happy Days" heART Show (HCS).
- Ohm Radio to Host Live Anniversary Show at the Music Hall (HCS).
- From Columbia celebrity to face of women’s basketball? Spotlight only shines brighter on USC’s A’ja Wilson (Post & Courier).
- Gavalas Kolanko Foundation Hosts Golf Tournament Fundraiser (HCS).
- Same-sex marriage ‘routine’ in South Carolina a year after U.S. Supreme Court decision (Post & Courier).
- School board routinely handles major business in last-minute ‘special’ meetings (Post & Courier).
- SC GOP is changing, says state’s first openly gay legislator (The State).
- DHEC confirms first sexually-transmitted Zika case in S.C. (Live 5 News).
- Charleston schools will feel the burn after $18 million in cuts (Post & Courier).
- Activists, parents of man killed want AG's office to review Goose Creek double-murder case (ABC News 4).
- Officials work to prevent repeat of dueling hate rallies (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County asks residents and business owners to reduce recycling contamination (Charleston County).
- Quintin's Close-Ups: Tim Mallard (HCS).
- No ‘Southern Charm’ in ‘Days of Jasper’s Lives’ (Post & Courier).
- Moncks Corner native freed after serving time for killing Iraqis during raid (Post & Courier).
- Summer is the Perfect Time to Join the "I Will Reflect" Melanoma Initiative (HCS).
- Local company trying to help cyclists combat bike thefts in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- PeopleMatter acquired by Virginia tech firm (Charleston City Paper).
- Two people die after being struck by car near Hollywood; vehicle found (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston man jailed after police say he got 13-year-old pregnant (Post & Courier).
- SLED investigating officer-involved shooting in Pickens Co. (Live 5 News).
- Paid in full: Charleston hotel loan to be recycled (Post & Courier).
- 28-year-old man lying in road struck, killed in Berkeley County (News 2).
- Coroner: 1 killed after driver shoots ATV rider after crashing car, getting into argument (Live 5 News).