- Tropical Storm Andrea forms in the Gulf of Mexico (Live 5 News).
- NWS confirms tornado in Orangeburg County (Live 5 News).
- Patriots Point to welcome 9 millionth visitor Thursday (Post & Courier).
- Alert dog is lifesaving companion for Charleston girl (Live 5 News).
- Murder-for-hire target Nancy Latham tells judge she is terrified for her life (Post & Courier).
- Mosquito spraying beginning along SC coast (ABC News 4).
- Bar owners don’t have the best record when it comes to fighting City Hall (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Area Hurricane Readiness Guide (Charleston Patch).
- Folly park to reopen; beach crowds still expected to overrun parking (Post & Courier).
- New web app lets diners find Certified SC Grown foods at restaurants (DigitelCharleston).
- Vandals destroy $20,000 fountain, reward offered (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Fashion Week boosted local economy by $2.6 million (Post & Courier).
- James Isl. man who shot wife 20+ times up for parole again (Live 5 News).
- S.C. Senate to debate proposed state law challenging constitutionality of Obama national health care plan (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County School District sues Clemson, North Charleston over old Academic Magnet campus (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Harbor Fish House to open on Patriots Point Thursday (Live 5 News).
- New local restaurant offers rooftop view (ABC News 4).
- Outage leaves over 1,000 without power, closes school (ABC News 4).
- Store owner recounts being held hostage with gun to his head (ABC News 4).
- Police ID suspect in Goose Creek hostage situation (ABC News 4).
- Medicare patients could be looking for new home health care providers (ABC News 4).
- Town Considers 119-Home Residential Development (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Police: Fugitive crashes SUV after robbing woman at gunpoint (Live 5 News).
- Bond refinancing to save Dorchester County millions (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- 3rd hearing for disputed development on Kiawah Island (ABC News 4).
- New Uses Sought for Pier Gift Shop (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Crust’s wood-fired oven turns out a great pepperoni pie (Charleston City Paper).
- Police Searching for Sexual Assault Suspect (Charleston Patch).
- Council approves funding for road projects (Live 5 News).
- Joint Base Charleston gets its 52nd Boeing C-17 Globemaster, with one more to come (Post & Courier).
- Horizon Project names CEO (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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