- Mt. Pleasant runaway teen located, police say (Live 5 News).
Enrique Graf responds to CofC sexual misconduct accusations (Charleston City Paper).
- North Charleston police investigate murder (WCBD).
- Walterboro march to end the violence (ABC News 4).
Mark Sanford reportedly wasn’t initially wanted on House committees (Charleston City Paper).
- Crafting Up Delicious Confections (The Concierge of Charleston).
Former editor of Rand Paul’s Neo-Confederate staffer talks about the Southern Avenger (Charleston City Paper).
- Veteran fights for his life after burning 65% of body (ABC News 4).
- Commemoration of charge in “Glory” continues (ABC News 4).
- As Charleston murder case weakens, investigators say they know who killed Brian Holmes, but need evidence (Post & Courier).
- Nick’s Weird Adventures: The East Cooper Disco.
- NOAA live streams images from the ocean floor at the S.C. Aquarium (Post & Courier).
- New SC law limits liability for police dogs (Live 5 News).
- Tim Scott, Mark Sanford wade into offshore drilling debate in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Theater review: Annapurna is sweet, simple, heartbreaking (Charleston City Paper).
Big Crowds Turn Out for Outdoor Movie (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Michelin announces voluntary recall of 100K tires (Live 5 News).
- Authorities investigating Myrtle Beach killing (ABC News 4).
Myrtle Beach attempting birthday cake record (Live 5 News).
- Fired employee: ‘I’m going home to get my gun and I’ll be back’ (Live 5 News).
Charleston Animal Society’s “Vax-a-palooza” Aims to Set First World Record
Charleston Animal Society (CAS) says they are aiming to set the first world record for most pet vaccine pledges in...