- Suspect in North Charleston officer's shooting now dead (ABC News 4).
- CPD seeking help in finding missing 13-year-old girl (ABC News 4).
- Fort Sumter coming apart as more visitors press in (Post & Courier).
- Feds motion for statewide jury pool to protect from late venue change in Dylann Roof trial (ABC News 4).
- Cut out figures bring new perspective to homeless in the Lowcountry (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston violence fuels dizzying homicide rate in year’s first half (Post & Courier).
- Bay Street Biergarten Takes on Y2K For Latest Brunch Party (HCS).
- Forthcoming Le Farfalle Sets Out Bar Seats (Eater Charleston).
- What Is South Carolina Hash? (Food Republic).
- The Mills House Brings The Best Friend Lounge Back (Eater Charleston).
- Publix to anchor new WestEdge building on Charleston peninsula (Post & Courier).
- YALLFest Announces Authors for 2016 Festival (HCS).
- Video: Colbert on Meeting His Wife at Spoleto (HCS).
- Drone-powered live stream of Patriots Point fireworks show draws more than 15,000 viewers (Post & Courier).
- Vive la Fête!: Celebrate Bastille Day at Fish (HCS).
- Sister Hazel Joins Hootie & The Blowfish for August Shows (HCS).
- Charleston County aims to reduce contaminants in recycling program (Post & Courier).
- Quintin's Close-Ups: Gibbs Knotts (HCS).
- Berkeley Co. coroners receive professional certification (Live 5 News).
- Corrections department to begin notifying inmates of proposed mental health lawsuit settlement (Post & Courier).
- SCHP: City sanitation worker struck, killed by truck (ABC News 4).
- Charleston’s Charm Is Undeniable at These Design Hot Spots (Architectural Digest).
- CPD: Care.com users targeted by scam (ABC News 4).
- ‘Somebody designed it’: Fig Island’s fragile mystery (Post & Courier).
- Missing teen swimmer in Pawleys Island identified; DNR search to continue Wednesday (Live 5 News).
- Charleston-area nonprofit changing its name (Post & Courier).
- Effort to create habitat for nesting least terns on old Navy base has early success (Post & Courier).
- Take a look at Charleston as seen from the Space Station on July 4th (Charleston City Paper).