- Report: TV news crew slaying triggered by Charleston church shooting (Live 5 News).
- Mother Emanuel bible study members react to Virginia shooting (News 2).
- Local leader: ‘I don’t want him to use Emanuel 9 as a cop-out’ (ABC News 4).
- Gov. Haley reacts to report (Live 5 News).
- Life sentence for one, 40 years for other man in Alex Apps killing (ABC News 4).
- NCPD: Woman found dead on Cosgrove after apparent hit and run (ABC News 4).
- Judge postpones bond hearing for ex-North Charleston police officer Michael Slager (Post & Courier).
- Grill 225 threatens to sue those who criticize reservations policy on social media (Post & Courier).
- The Most Anticipated Charleston New Restaurants, Fall 2015 (Eater Charleston).
- Your guide to tracking down the best Gullah eats (Charleston City Paper).
- From conch to oxtail, BJ Dennis teaches us how to make a true home-cooked Gullah meal (Charleston City Paper).
- Four sisters recall Charleston’s food scene, before and after segregation (Charleston City Paper).
- Fish sandwich cabarets shaped Charleston’s culinary history (Charleston City Paper).
- First Look Inside Élevé at the Grand Bohemian Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Ellis Creek Fish Camp rises from the ashes of burned Harbor View Road restaurant (Post & Courier).
- Java for your thoughts? – Some of the Top Coffeehouse spots in Charleston (Charleston Daily).
- Jerk Festival returns to Magnolia this weekend (Post & Courier).
- Burger Week at Butcher & Bee (Eater Charleston).
- The skewers are the stars at Myles & Jun Yakitori (Charleston City Paper).
- Barbecue pitmaster is never to bed and early to rise (Post & Courier).
- Darius Rucker rocks his Southern Style at exclusive concert on IOP (Live 5 News).
- Darius Rucker Concert Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Keb’ Mo’ makes a break from the norm with BluesAmericana (Charleston City Paper).
- Elise Testone’s “Whole Lotta Zeppelin” Returns to the PoHo Next Month (HCS).
- Through MAG Art, Maribel Acosta Gonzalez unites Charleston’s Hispanic community (Charleston City Paper).
- Fresh Fest I with Jodeci, Salt N Peppa, & more at the Coliseum on 10/9 (HCS).
- CSU’s QB coach talks about life in the game, wife’s death pulling him away (ABC News 4).
- The Mavericks are still charting their own course after 25 years (Charleston City Paper).
- Drive Away Childhood Cancer Golf Tournament Scheduled for 9/25 (HCS).
- Fletcher Williams III creates work that asks questions — but is Charleston listening? (Charleston City Paper).
- Gallop to the 22nd Charleston Cup on 11/8 (HCS).
- Summer’s waning weekends offer trail runs, night bike rides and special yoga offers (Post & Courier).
- Woolfe Street continues partnerships with NYC theater heavyweights (Charleston City Paper).
- Ment Nelson creates unique illustrations of Lowcountry living (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Holy City Sinner (HCS).
- Greenville’s Edwin McCain to play The Windjammer on Friday (Post & Courier).
- With the concerts and unity walks behind us, it’s time to address our racial woes (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston County Needs More Poll Managers for Charleston, North Charleston and Mount Pleasant Elections (Charleston County).
- Park Circle residents rally to support local schools (Post & Courier).
- Sen. Tim Scott hosting Rick Perry at town hall in Columbia (News 2).
- State releases 2015 ACT scores, Academic Magnet shines (ABC News 4).
- Deadline nears for middle schoolers needing vaccine (Live 5 News).
- Islanders turn out for proposed Folly Road improvement plan (Post & Courier).
- GOP Candidate Marco Rubio to discuss foreign policy in N. Charleston (Live 5 News).
- DNR holding public meetings on new deer hunting proposal (ABC News 4).
- Donald Trump to speak at packed event in Greenville (Live 5 News).
- SC State agrees to $312,500 settlement with ex-president Thomas Elzey (ABC News 4).
- Kudos to the P&C for writing about school choice, but I wish it had been sooner (Charleston City Paper).
- Berkeley Co. deputy shot in head, back home after surgery to reattach skull (Live 5 News).
- SCE&G seeks yet another rate hike to fund a struggling nuclear project (Charleston City Paper).
- Slavery in Charleston: A chronicle of human bondage in the Holy City (Post & Courier).
- Coroner: Body found in Charleston from natural death (Live 5 News).
- Two Charleston County EMS employees recognized for saving boy from choking (ABC News 4).
- Study: Ashley River bike lane won’t slow cars (Post & Courier).
- Embassy Suites in North Charleston evacuated for possible fire (Live 5 News).
- One person killed in fatal Goose Creek accident (News 2).
- Charge against Summerville woman after nightclub shootings dropped (Post & Courier).
- Police: Missing Surfside teen found safe in Mount Pleasant (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: Covered in waffle fries and chicken (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina National Guard conducts exercises near coast (News 2).
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