- Charleston Police Department issues body cameras to all patrol officers and supervisors (ABC News 4).
- Judge sets jury selection, trial date in Dylann Roof state trial (Live 5 News).
- Next bad drought could cripple state, region (Post & Courier).
- SC Officer Who Killed Unarmed Teen Fired 13 Months Later (ABC News).
- Charleston mayor announces plan for soon-to-close Meeting Street Bi-Lo site (ABC News 4).
- New video shows pack of coyotes on Sullivan’s Island Saturday morning (ABC News 4).
- Holy City Sinner Featured in USA TODAY (USA TODAY).
- Upcoming Charleston Restaurant Openings (HCS).
- IN: Rodney Scott, Pizza King, Nacha Mama; OUT: Dell’z Deli, Menkoi Ramen (HCS).
- Charleston losing more than a store with Bi-Lo’s departure (Post & Courier).
- Sean Brock and Revelry Brewing Release Heritage Grain Malt Liquor (Eater Charleston).
- Mike Lata Leads Charleston’s Seafood Revolution (Gear Patrol).
- Macintosh Celebrates 5th Anniversary with Trio of Events (HCS).
- Farmers & Exchange Looking More Like a Restaurant (Eater Charleston).
- The Glass Onion to Raise Money for Local Charity “Birthdays for All” (HCS).
- Who else is obsessed with Short Grain’s signature rice bowl? (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Tabbed as 3rd Best U.S. City for Shopping (HCS).
- Local Running Group Trots to “Beer Runners” at the Music Hall (HCS).
- Sixth Party for the Parks Fundraiser Goes Under the Big Top (HCS).
- TEDxCharleston To Offer Live Stream of 2016 Event (HCS).
- Meet the Southern Christian Comic Making a Living Playing Muslim Festivals (Vice).
- Former Clemson QB Tajh Boyd arrested for assault and battery (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Southern ground game overpowers Kentucky St 57-7 (ABC News 4).
- Stephane Wrembel, jazz guitarist, to play two Charleston gigs (Post & Courier).
- No. 2 Clemson, Watson survive 19-13 scare against Auburn (ABC News 4).
- Citadel: Johnson Hagood Stadium visitors’ side will remain up, for now (Post & Courier).
- Folly poised to be first to ban polystyrene coolers, cups from beach (Post & Courier).
- 2018 governor’s race starts to loom large after November. So who’s going to run? (Post & Courier).
- Welcome center sales pitch raising complaints from Charleston visitors (Post & Courier).
- Son slain in drug deal, Elizabeth Moffly turns to campaigning (Post & Courier).
- As nation ponders community policing, Scott and Gowdy hope S.C. can engage in the debate (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County looking for storm shelter for people and pets (Post & Courier).
- Mosquito control spraying throughout Charleston Co. starting Wednesday (Live 5 News).
- Abroad or at home, members of S.C. congressional delegation stay busy this summer (Post & Courier).
- Underprivileged’s access to care tops list of tri-county area’s biggest health issues (Post & Courier).
- Trump leads in South Carolina, according to two new polls (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant eyes cruise ship passengers as an economic boost to town (Post & Courier).
- Meet Roads, the donkey born out of the Statehouse roads debate (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Dr. Barbara Holmes (HCS).
- Mount Pleasant Town Hall complex on track for mid-2017 opening (Post & Courier).
- S.C. Apprenticeship Initiative workshop June 29 at Trident Tech (CRBJ BizWire).
- Family hopes to honor good Samaritan killed in storm through hockey scholarship (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County teen dies in ATV accident (Live 5 News).
- Folly Beach restaurants, bars thank Hermine for business boom on Labor Day weekend (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley Co. Sheriff’s Office investigation after 1 person shot in Goose Creek (Live 5 News).
- VIDEO: Juvenile ‘severely injured’ in shooting at Carowinds (ABC News 4).
- Parents file suit claiming Johns Island day care negligence led to child’s injuries (Post & Courier).
- Teen killed in Johns Island crash identified (ABC News 4).
- Police search for suspect in convenience store armed robbery (News 2).
- Goose Creek officials warn of telephone scams (Live 5 News).
- Business under fire for “clown free homes” Facebook post (News 2).
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