- Did mounting 'tensions' in marriage, worsening dementia lead North Charleston jeweler Ivo Colucci to kill wife? (Post & Coureir).
- City of Charleston report finds several structural flaws with 1912 Read Brothers building, but store can stay open (Post & Courier).
- Flu claimed life of Hanahan student honored at baseball game (ABC News 4).
- Woman shot on I-26 in Summerville (News 2).
- Suspects sought (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston police responding to shooting on Burton Lane (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston proposing a $500K rent subsidy to woo grocery store to city's 'food desert' (Post & Courier).
- Here's what you can eat at High Water Fest (Charleston City Paper).
- Edmund’s Oast Exchange to Host Rosé Tasting and Pop-Up Shop (HCS).
- The Best Burgers in Charleston (Thrillist).
- Michigan Takeover at Artisan Meat Share (Eater Charleston).
- The New Yorker visits Piggie Park in its feature 'America's Most Political Food' (Charleston City Paper).
- Here's where to sate your 4/20 munchies in Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- 2017 Party at the Point Schedule Announced (HCS).
- Tickets for Yonder Field's First Concert On Sale Now (HCS).
- BAZINGA! Free Comic Book Day is May 6th (HCS).
- Columbia, Greenville selected as host sites for future NCAA men's basketball regionals (Post & Courier).
- Cannon Green hosts Local Makers + Shakers on the Mezzanine, Round Two (Charleston City Paper).
- Countdown to Summer: Spots available in Charelston-area summer camps (News 2).
- Local Gullah group Ranky Tanky opens for Lucinda Williams on Friday before heading to Europe (Charleston City Paper).
- Confessions of a Southern Charm Newbie: Talking Points (Charleston City Paper).
- What the ‘Southern Charm’ Cast Really Thinks of Thomas Ravenel and Landon Clements' Budding Romance (Entertainment Tonight).
- Craig Conover *Finally* Took the Bar Exam — So What's Next for His Law Career? (Bravo).
- Patricia Altschul to Chat New Book THE ART OF SOUTHERN CHARM and More at NBC Experience Store (Broadway World).
- Controversial piece of art raising eyebrows in Lake City (News 2).
- Here are this year's Record Store Day highlights (Charleston City Paper).
- Speaker: Senate inaction costing S Carolinians more than $1B (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry animal shelter reacts to proposal to lower hold on strays (Live 5 News).
- McMaster names 25-year FBI veteran SC’s inspector general (News 2).
- South Carolina House members call out Senate, Gov. Henry McMaster to get on board with gas tax (Post & Courier).
- Middle school teacher charged with assaulting student (ABC News 4).
- Lanes along the Ravenel Bridge to be closed this week (Live 5 News).
- Designs for apartments set to replace James Island movie theater up for board approval (Charleston City Paper).
- Social media post threatens to shoot up SC middle school; authorities on scene (News 2).
- Charleston's Holocaust Remembrance Day takes place Sun. April 23 (Charleston City Paper).
- PHOTOS: Deputies say woman broke into, vandalized Philip Simmons Middle School (ABC News 4).
- Officers arrest second suspect in Boeing SC bomb threat (Live 5 News).
- Caught on camera: Homeowners say suspects with guns attempt to break into cars (Live 5 News).
- Drivers cautioned about 'large hole' in Highway 17 (ABC News 4).
- Sheriff: Child reported missing in Moncks Corner found safe (ABC News 4).
- Man found shot to death in driveway of North Charleston home (News 2).
- Suspect in Stay Over Lodge stabbing, responsible for other crimes, reports state (ABC News 4).
- One person injured following home invasion in North Charleston (News 2).