- Deputies searching for five suspects after man killed, woman shot in Huger home invasion (ABC News 4).
- Motion to bar evidence from Dylann Roof trial centers on videos, documents (Post & Courier).
- Coroner won't pursue charges against 2 found guilty after inquest (ABC News 4).
- VIDEO: BLM protest interrupts North Charleston city council meeting (ABC News 4).
- More motorists claim they were shot at on I-526 (News 2).
- New Market Street Sports Pub Opened Today (HCS).
- It’s a brave and confident world at Butcher & Bee (Post & Courier).
- Lamb ribs and tagliatelle shine at Butcher & Bee's dinner service (Charleston City Paper).
- Poogan's Porch Introduces Lighter Fare for Lunch and Brunch (HCS).
- Johns Island gardener aims to heal racial divisions with food (Post & Courier).
- After 15 years in business, MiBek Farms announces closure (Charleston City Paper).
- Ghost Monkey Brewery lurks east of the Cooper (Post & Courier).
- The Best Friend Lounge Officially Starts Pouring This Week (Eater Charleston).
- Event blends heritage pig supper with hard rock show as a new form of ‘eatertainment’ (Post & Courier).
- Mimosas Are A Must (Yelp Charleston).
- Home movie from the 1940s captures traditional reaping methods at Willtown Bluff (Post & Courier).
- Star of 1967 Post-Courier Cookbook ad has her cake, eats it too (Post & Courier).
- Burke High grad turned Olympic athlete's family raising money for Rio 2016 (ABC News 4).
- Squirrel Nut Zippers Play the Music Hall in September (HCS).
- Sarah Jarosz & Parker Millsap Play the Music Hall in October (HCS).
- Joseph Coker is a jiu jitsu coach by day, a comedian by night (Charleston City Paper).
- "Breathe. A True Story" Arrives at CofC (HCS).
- Gamecocks great Marcus Lattimore featured in upcoming Christian film (Post & Courier).
- Holy City Salsa Combines Salsa with Sweets! (HCS).
- Limited Edition RiverDogs Hat Now Available for Pre-Order (HCS).
- Listen to the Very Hypnotic Soul Band's first single off upcoming debut EP (Charleston City Paper).
- The 15th Taking Flight Comic Book Show is this Saturday (HCS).
- Seminal alternative hip-hop trio Digable Planets reunite, for now (Charleston City Paper).
- NBA releases statement, moving All-Star Game from Charlotte over HB2 (Live 5 News).
- A few tribute acts to see soon in Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Lowcountry police receive outpouring of community support in wake of Dallas, Baton Rouge (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County Council offers little explanation about why I-526 removed from referendum (Post & Courier).
- Ethics board: Governor gets luxury box only for business (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina Democrats picked to speak at party convention next week (Post & Courier).
- S.C. delegates help boo Cruz off convention stage for not endorsing Trump, live from Cleveland (Post & Courier).
- S.C. GOP delegates prepare to leave Cleveland more unified behind Trump (Post & Courier).
- Marchers gather at Marion Square to speak out against police violence (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin's Close-Ups: Muhiyyidin D' Baha (HCS).
- Haley attends to RGA business, addresses Republican Jewish Coalition in Cleveland (Post & Courier).
- Zoning decision makes way for more residential units, affordable housing at Sgt. Jasper site (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina awarded nearly $4.5 million from CDC to combat Zika virus (Post & Courier).
- This is Charleston's opportunity to lead by example — once again (Charleston City Paper).