- Bizarre twists and turns in plot to kill: Key question remains why? (Post & Courier).
- Patriots Point bans electronic concerts following noise complaints (Live 5 News).
- Digital festival kicks off in downtown Charleston (WCBD).
95SX’s Two Girls gets a new girl and a new guy (Charleston City Paper).
- Spoleto Festival holds 2 day sale for locals (ABC News 4).
- Reservists return home after 6 months in Middle East (Live 5 News).
- US Attorney: Charleston man, 65, indicted on sex trafficking charges (ABC News 4).
- Sunday Events Celebrate USS Yorktown’s 70th Birthday (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- State looks foolish in denying global warming (Post & Courier).
- MUSC board breaks state law by starting public meeting early (Post & Courier).
- Sanford and Colbert Busch Continue to Squabble Over Debates (Charleston Patch).
- Colbert Busch opens up about politics and her differences with the President (Live 5 News).
- Leyla to bring Lebanese food to King Street (Digitel Charleston).
- Regional Pool Opens Today in North Charleston (Mount Pleasant Patch).
Area taxi drivers planning “One Night Strike” (Charleston City Paper).
- Another busy hurricane season expected (Carolina Live).
- Charleston County School Superintendent Nancy McGinley apologizes to first students to desegregate district (Post & Courier).
- Spray-Paint Art Provides Neighborhood Makeovers (Charleston Patch).
- Cops: Man sliced the face of his child’s mother with a razor blade (Live 5 News).
- Charleston harbor deepening funds in President Obama’s budget (Digitel Charleston).
- NCPD investigate assault at Spruill and Chicora (ABC News 4).
- AT&T, Verizon roll out 4G coverage to rural areas (ABC News 4).
Charleston Weekend Events
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