- Charleston banker Latham arrested by ATF agents
(Post & Courier).
- State Sen. Bright opens US Senate campaign website (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Aviation Authority chairman mulling another probe (Post & Courier).
- Security better but personal information still out there (WCBD).
- Police identify serial burglary suspect foiled by iCloud tracking (Live 5 News).
- SLED investigating missing money at Dorchester Co. jail (Live 5 News).
- Meetings to consider setting 750 miles of beach as loggerhead habitat (ABC News 4).
- S.C. ranks last for disciplinary actions in medical profession (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- College of Charleston receives accolades from Princeton Review (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
Town to Establish Temporary Fire Station (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Mixed reactions in Murrells Inlet as reality show begins shooting (WCBD).
- Law school graduates gathering information and preparing for action to prevent sale to InfiLaw (Post & Courier).
Celebrate National Lighthouse Day on Sullivan’s Island (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Burke and Wando marching bands battle the heat during band camp (Live 5 News).
- Woman accused of embezzling from Habitat neighborhood on Johns Island (ABC News 4).
- Ten-year-old’s golf swing attracts attention at AM (Live 5 News).
- Summerville’s Hirai leader in Beth Daniel Junior Azalea (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston man charged with West Ashley burglary while out on bail in previous break-in (Post & Courier).
- Man charged after victim almost robbed during Craigslist rendezvous (Live 5 News).
- 12 private schools cleared for tax credit program (ABC News 4).
- Riders locate motorcycle trailer stolen during benefit ride (Live 5 News).
- Biological family plans to move Veronica custody fight to Oklahoma (Live 5 News).
- ESPN’s College GameDay will open at Clemson (ABC News 4).
- Man sentenced to 33 years in prison for killing downtown gang leader (Live 5 News).
- Kalafatis named CofC head softball coach (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Junior Chamber Jaycees to hold anti-malaria fundraiser (Post & Courier).
- Bucs deliver hits in first full contact practice (ABC News 4).
Charleston County Issues Mosquito Spray Alert (Charleston Partch).
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