- Coroner: Body found in woods is missing hunter; two people charged (Live 5 News).
- 4 arrests made in Goose Creek party murder (ABC News 4).
- DHEC releases map of Zika cases in South Carolina (Charleston City Paper).
- TD9 expected to strengthen to tropical storm, bring inches of rain to Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- Slager's civil rights trial won't start before New Year (ABC News 4).
- If hearing is public, Roof lawyers may consider moving trial from Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Blind Tiger Reopening with Hot Chicken and Avocado Toast (Eater Charleston).
- Bi-Lo closing downtown Charleston supermarket (Post & Courier).
- Tickets on sale now for Charleston Brown Water Society's 3rd annual BBQ invitational (Charleston City Paper).
- Parlor Deluxe pop-up to return on regular basis (Post & Courier).
- Charleston diners, stop asking servers this question (Charleston City Paper).
- The Most Anticipated Charleston Restaurant Openings, Fall 2016 (Eater Charleston).
- Palmetto Crescent Parlour and Le Farfalle Now Offering Dinner & Show (HCS).
- “In Search of Israeli Cuisine” coming to the Terrace (Post & Courier).
- Local African American Book Festival Debuts on 9/17 (HCS).
- Stop Light Observations Interview (DiscoTeepee).
- Runaway Gin prepare for phun-philled tour (Charleston City Paper).
- Follypalooza Returns in October (HCS).
- Charleston Fashion Week Announces New Title Sponsor; Launches Model Search (Charleston fashion Week).
- The Drum Lesson (Skirt!).
- "America's Most Offensive Country Singer" Coming to the Music Farm (HCS).
- RiverDogs First Baseman Chris Gittens, Pitching Coach Justin Pope among SAL Postseason All-Star Honorees (Charleston RiverDogs).
- The SC Aquarium's Inaugural Turtle Trek 5K will be held on September 10th (HCS).
- Review: Village Rep's '1984' remains relevant today (Charleston City Paper).
- Officials: Crossing guard at Moultrie Middle hit by car (Live 5 News).
- Biden coming to South Carolina to stump for former aide’s House bid (Post & Courier).
- Quintin's Close-Ups: Priscilla Jeffery (HCS).
- SCDNR to conduct courtesy boat inspections for Labor Day weekend (News 2).
- S.C. lawmakers tackle ballooning pension problem (Post & Courier).
- 64-year-old man drowns off the Isle of Palms (News 2).
- Drugs found, 3 suspects sought in Berkeley home invasion (ABC News 4).
- New federal rules on drones clear way for industry to grow in Lowcountry (Post & Courier).
- Summerville beekeeper says her colony was wiped out by insecticide spray (ABC News 4).
- Dorchester apologizes for bee kill-off (Post & Courier).
- Report: Naked man resisted arrest, got stunned on butt (ABC News 4).
- Fugitives arriving in Charleston on cruise ship arrested on drug charges (Live 5 News).
- Tip leads to Ladson drugs, guns raid; Man facing 9 charges (ABC News 4).