- Unsealed court documents show the struggle to defend Dylann Roof (Charleston City Paper).
- 'Sad' scene at site of burned dog in Awendaw; investigators follow single lead (Post & Courier).
- Joey Meek withdraws appeal to prison sentence (ABC News 4).
- Charleston church shooting victim to be inducted into S.C. State Hall of Fame (ABC News 4).
- Expect lane closures on Ravenel Bridge next week (Charleston City Paper).
- Get a Discount on Your Charleston Beer Garden Tickets! (HCS).
- MOMO Gastrotruck and Catering Ready to Roll Out (HCS).
- Gentry Bar & Room Easter Sunday Brunch Menu (HCS).
- Fried Chicken, Ceviche, and Uber for Two in Charleston, SC (Huffington Post).
- O-Ku Rolls Out New Spring Menu (HCS).
- Langdon's Restaurant & Wine Bar earns 13th consecutive AAA Four Diamond Award (HCS).
- Nick's Original BBQ closing on King Street because of structural problems with building (ABC News 4).
- Pam Grier to visit Charleston During "Dining Out For Life 2017" (HCS).
- An Evening of Jazz Under the Stars Will Benefit Make-A-Wish South Carolina (HCS).
- MUSC Health Stadium Hosting Solar Eclipse Viewing Party (HCS).
- 'His spirit is right here:' RiverDogs, fans pay tribute to Tony the Peanut Man (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Symphony Orchestra Announces 2017-18 Season (HCS).
- ‘Southern Charm’ recap: How Thomas Ravenel’s $30K rug might be hurting some feelings today (The State).
- Tyler Boone Releases "Paper Wings" Music Video (HCS).
- Charleston Museum and Marcus Amaker team up for Poetry Past and Present: Dave the Potter (Charleston City Paper).
- A New Contemporary Exhibition is Coming to the Gibbes on May 12 (HCS).
- SC Congressional Nominee Calls Transgender People & Other Groups "Mentally Ill" (HCS).
- Debate continues over proposed SC gun bill (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster comes out in support of industry-backed bill to reduce legal challenges against development (Post & Courier).
- Democrat accuses GOP candidate of ‘promoting hate’ with Confederate flag ad (The State).
- A Southern lawmaker this week called Lincoln a 'tyrant' and compared him to Hitler (Post & Courier).
- Girls Rock Charleston is becoming the Carolina Youth Action Project (Girls Rock Charleston).
- Rebel flags flying over I-26 an issue for one lawmaker (New 2).
- Senators put up the stops on easier access to liquor in SC (Live 5 News).
- CCPL’s Village Branch to Close for Maintenance (HCS).
- Charleston mayor seeking state help to avoid rail yard traffic tie-ups (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Mac McQuillin (HCS).
- 5 arrested in shooting death at South Carolina nightclub (News 2).
- Border war: South Carolina manufacturers debate impact of import tax (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Steve Hurd, Cynthia Hurd's husband (HCS).
- Police: North Charleston woman beaten with brick (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Pastor Thomas Dixon (HCS).
- Local startup launches video-commerce app, taps into local music scene (Charleston City Paper).
- Report: Men held gun to Captain D's manager's head, demanded cash from safe (ABC News 4).
- Cruise ship passenger suffers head injury during return trip to Charleston (Live 5 News).