TROPICAL STORM HERMINE
- Hurricane Hermine to make landfall late Thursday in Florida, churn toward SC on Friday (ABC News 4).
- Florida braces for 'life-threatening' Hurricane Hermine (Live 5 News).
- City Update on Sandbags, Parking for Tropical Storm Hermine (City of Charleston).
- List of School Closings Due to Tropical Storm Hermine (ABC News 4).
- MUSC University will be closed tomorrow. Hospitals and clinics will be open.
- Patriots Point will be closed on Friday.
- South Carolina Aquarium will be closed.
- Nitro Circus at The Joe has been postponed to Sunday.
- Theatre 99 has canceled all Friday performances.
- The Charleston Night Market will be closed Friday.
- Friday's Charleston Jam Cruise has been postponed.
- Officials warn of deadly rip currents during Hermine (News 2).
- Charleston offering parking for city residents in flood-prone areas (ABC News 4).
- Gallery: Lowcountry prepares for Hermine (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry flood victims prep for Hurricane Hermine (News 2).
- North Charleston residents recall October flooding, brace for Hermine (Post & Courier).
- Dam owners issued heavy rain alert warning ahead of Hurricane Hermine (Post & Courier).
- Tropical storm threat nicks Charleston’s tourism business (Post & Courier).
- Judge sides with North Charleston, quashes Slager push for Walter Scott settlement info (ABC News 4).
- S.C. senators coming to Charleston and crossing the state to hear from residents on gun laws (Post & Courier).
- IHOP Lands on East Bay Street This December (Eater Charleston).
- Senor Tequila owner going to prison for deceiving Department of Labor (Post & Courier).
- Blind Tiger Unleashes the Beast Tonight (Eater Charleston).
- "Brunch & Bachelorettes" to Benefit Children’s Tumor Foundation (HCS).
- Deals for diners using CARTA wheels (Post & Courier).
- Mex 1 Coastal Cantina Almost Ready For Beach Debut (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston Stage and High Cotton Offering Dinner & a Show Package (HCS).
- Buffalo Wild Wings, Summerville sports bar pay $2M to end fatal hit-and-run suit (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry Food Bank Asks Lowcountry To Help End Hunger (HCS).
- Basketball Tourney Returns to the USS Yorktown's Deck (HCS).
- The 2016-2017 college football starts tonight — here's where to watch your team (Charleston City Paper).
- TEDxCharleston is sold out, but you can still watch the live stream (TEDxCharleston).
- Gene Sapakoff prediction (and Gene Wilder angle) for the Gamecocks at Vanderbilt (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry Orphan Relief's Gatsby Gala Set for September (HCS).
- Eighth festival a sign of how far jazz awareness has come in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Blitz On 2 – Week 2 Schedule (News 2).
- Brent Venables’ ‘attention to detail’ secret to success for Clemson defense (Post & Courier).
- RiverDogs Outfielder Alex Palma Sidelined, Florial Joins Charleston for Final Stretch (Charleston RiverDogs).
- Charleston Music Hall launches new live, local band shows (Post & Courier).
- Lawmakers can’t use campaign cash for their dry cleaning, House panel says (Post & Courier).
- Interviews for new Summerville Chief of Police underway (Live 5 News).
- ‘Pokemon Go’ returns to S.C. Statehouse (Post & Courier).