- Bond court canceled for murder suspect after suicide attempt (ABC News 4).
- Body of 3rd victim found; Suspect captured, returned to SC (ABC News 4).
- Victim’s sister: ‘I want him to suffer for what he did’ (ABC News 4).
- Coroner: Two missing men drowned in Toogoodoo River; no evidence of foul play (Post & Courier).
- Pregnant South Carolina woman opts for ‘dolphin-assisted birth’ (Washington Times).
- Woman charged with murder after argument turns into fatal stabbing (ABC News 4).
- Grad who was injured in ATV wreck never lets go of dreams, graduates from Summerville High (Post & Courier).
- The Charleston “Post And Corruption”(FITSNews).
- First Female Citadel Graduate Still Following Her Passion (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Goose Creek high students charged with neighborhood burglaries (Live 5 News).
- Charleston man accused of hurling bottle of urine, threatening to shoot officers (Post & Courier).
- Bull Street Gourmet will be closing the doors on June 29 (Eater Charleston).
- The Royal Tinfoil posted on their Facebook page on Sunday that they would be calling it quits after their latest album is released, but that post has now been removed. Despite removing the post, the band still intends to break-up towards the end of this year.
- Deputy Shoots Suspect After Chase, SLED Investigating (Charleston Patch).
- Deputies say suspect shot, hit with Taser following car chase (ABC News 4).
- Sand Sculpture Competition (Post & Courier).
- Improved treatment for severe depression studied at MUSC (ABC News 4).
- Second suspect arrested for dragging 84-year-old during theft (Live 5 News).
- Boeing: Airplane programs ‘up for grabs’ (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Washington state loses in Boeing decision to open design center in S.C. (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Guns used more in suicides than homicides in SC (ABC News 4).
- Party in the Park Returns Tuesday (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- In video: Dolphin strand feeding (DigitelCharleston).
- Uncharted territory provides perfect place for harbor disposal (ABC News 4).
- 19th century smuggler ship found off the SC coast (WCBD).
- Charleston Visitor Center parking fees frustrate some tourists (Post & Courier).
- Failing the ocean? Report says South Carolina not doing enough (Post & Courier).
- Charleston RiverDogs pitcher Rafael DePaula made Baseball America’s All-Prospect team for May.
- 12th annual Lowcountry Splash open water swim sets finisher record (Post & Courier).
- Undercover drug investigation nets four arrests, drug seizures (WCBD).
- Charleston ‘Overdue and Vulnerable’ for Hurricane (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Lawsuit leads to sale of Kiawah’s developer (Post & Courier).
- Homicide investigation underway after body found In Berkeley Co. (Live 5 News).
- Cannon Street All-Stars snub in 1955 still haunts youth baseball in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston Police investigate stabbing at Bids Club (WCBD).
- The husband-and-wife duo Johnnyswim steal hearts at the Cistern (Charleston City Paper).
- Bus carrying 55 crashes near Walterboro; Driver dead (ABC News 4).
You want variety? It’s festival musical whiplash (Charleston City Paper).
- North Charleston man arrested after girlfriend said he threatened her with gas can (Post & Courier).
- Attorney general to review state Sen. Ford’s ethics case (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston-area businesses prepare for ‘Obamacare’ rollout in 2014 (Post & Courier).
- Deputies looking for missing teen in Williamsburg County (Live 5 News).
- Cross teen’s strong will helps mom through emergency (Post & Courier).
South Carolina holds off Liberty to win regional (Post & Courier).
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