- Charleston woman killed in hit and run alive for hours before EMS called (ABC News 4).
- Accusations of witness intimidation emerge in Slager case (Live 5 News).
- Baltimore police discuss potential of DOJ review of NCPD (ABC News 4).
- Jury convicts leader of major heroin ring exposed after series of Charleston overdoses (Post & Courier).
- Former coroner pleads ‘no contest’ to breach of peace (ABC News 4).
- CDC confirms SC patient with ‘brain-eating’ amoeba (Live 5 News).
- Short Grain Food Truck named to Bon Appetit’s list of 50 best new restaurants (Post & Courier).
- Today’s South Carolina barbecue is chef-inspired, upscale — and the future (Washington Post).
- The Mac-Off is back with longer, less crowded event (Post & Courier).
- Everything to Know About Cane Rhum Bar & Caribbean Kitchen (Eater Charleston).
- Tex Mex Tuesdays Start at Lewis Barbecue This Week (Eater Charleston).
- 3rd Annual Mushroom Gathering Welcomes Fungis and Gals! (HCS).
- Sermet’s Southernterranean Cuisine-Bar Opens on James Island (Eater Charleston).
- Hankering for a foie gras and black truffle burger? Blues Burger Joint has you covered (Charleston City Paper).
- Normandy Farm Bakery Adds Happy Hour Menus With Chef Alex Lira (Eater Charleston).
- Revelry Brewing and homebrewers team up on hefeweizen (Post & Courier).
- Newest Yankees Tate and Swanson To Join Charleston (RiverDogs).
- New Music Confab announces showcase lineup and panelists (Charleston City Paper).
- Phish Returns to the Coliseum for Two Shows (HCS).
- 2016 Lowcountry Hoedown Tickets Available Now (HCS).
- Violent Femmes Play the Music Hall in September (HCS).
- Local athlete Raven Saunders heads to Rio (News 2).
- Destination: Charleston (GFF Magazine).
- Stadium sign damaged in thunderstorm; ‘typical first day’ for Gamecocks (Post & Courier).
- Quarterback Lorenzo Nunez ‘open-minded’ to receiver role with Gamecocks (Post & Courier).
- Cigarette butts on the beach is the No. 1 litter problem, officials say (Post & Courier).
- City of Charleston Creates Zika Resources Page on Website (City of Charleston).
- South Carolina awarded another $400K to fight Zika (Post & Courier).
- Summerville judge among seven vying for S.C. Supreme Court seat (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Brady Quirk-Garvan (HCS).
- Trump’s comments on Khan family draw more fire from SC lawmakers (Live 5 News).
- Conversion of Spring and Cannon streets to two-way delayed again until early next year (Post & Courier).
- City worker manually runs traffic light for test at busy intersection (Live 5 News).
- Set your alarm: School bell schedules and calendars for 2016-2017 (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley schools superintendent says there’s nothing neater than the first day of school (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley Co. School District hosts school supply drive (News 2).
- Commission increases Patriots Point director’s salary, maintains Citadel president’s (Post & Courier).
- U.S. News & World Report names top hospitals in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Teen says she was called a ‘shoplifter’ in racist incident at Kiawah Island store (ABC News 4).
- Plastic Pollution Threatens Turtle Population (Folly Beach).
- Orangeburg deputies looking for missing 78-year-old woman (ABC News 4).
- Deputies seek help identifying car theft, credit card fraud suspects (Live 5 News).
- Communities celebrate National Night Out to promote good relationships with police (News 2).
- Moncks Corner Police set internet safe zones after recent robberies (Live 5 News).
- SCServes-Lowcountry network launches to help area veterans (Live 5 News).
- Woman found dead at boat landing; search continues for her vehicle (News 2).
- Deputies: Baby on life support after salt poisoning, mother charged (Live 5 News).
- Job security distractions led to safety lapses at Mount Holly (Post & Courier).
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