- Rescue crews pull out submerged vehicle in Penny Creek, 3 dead (ABC News 4).
- Biden cancels Panama trip to focus on Syria, still coming to Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Baby Desirai- New South Carolina-Oklahoma adoption battle (Live 5 News).
- New attendance lines don’t sit well with many parents (ABC News 4).
- 13 people report throat irritation, coughing at James Island Walmart (Live 5 News).
- Without visas, crew confined to disabled tanker in North Charleston shipyard (Post & Courier).
- 7 Must-See Events at CHS Wine + Food Festival (Eater CHS).
- Piggly Wiggly to sell several stores (Post & Courier).
- State Senator asks Attorney General Alan Wilson to weigh in on Daniel Island secession (News 2).
- 2 dead following high speed chase, crash in Summerville (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry Food Bank celebrates 30 years of service (ABC News 4).
- McCrady’s Chef Changup; Meet Heinze (Eater CHS).
- Judge tosses federal permit for SC cruise terminal (ABC News 4).
Gov. Haley has neglected to appoint nearly 600 positions on state boards and commissions (Charleston City Paper).
- High Wire Distilling opens on King Street (News 2).
4 Juveniles Arrested in Armed Robbery (Charleston Patch).
- Council approves new cruisers for Summerville cops (Live 5 News).
- Mount Pleasant residents drove to North Charleston apartments to break into cars, police say (Post & Courier).
- Rice being harvested at Middleton Place (Live 5 News).
- SLED investigating public funds embezzlement from Charleston County (ABC News 4).
- Guinness World Records: World’s largest cat resides in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
Study: On-shore power would dramatically reduce cruise ship emissions (Charleston City Paper).
- Cops: 63-year-old fires multiple shots outside Mt. Pleasant hotel (Live 5 News).
- New Program Helps Charleston Entrepreneurs Make Their Startup a Reality (Digitel Charleston).
- Downtown traffic stop leads to pills, gun & alcohol (Live 5 News).
- Cause of massive Florence plant fire unknown (ABC News 4).
Tarlatans to play free show at Monster on Sat. Sept. 14 (Charleston City Paper).
- CofC students moved out due to water leak (Post & Courier).
- Final C-17 produced arrives at Joint Base Charleston (News 2).
- Goose Creek’s Kevin Glears catching on with Charleston Southern’s offense (Post & Courier).
- 3 prison dorms on lockdown for flu outbreak (ABC News 4).
- SC in another contract dispute on overdue system (Post & Courier).
Mark Sanford won, so why didn’t Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer? (Charleston City Paper).
- Daimler Van to invest $4.6M into Charleston Co. plant expansion (Live 5 News).
15th Annual Captain’s Comic Expo Scheduled for February 25th & 26th
On both February 25th and 26th, the Captain’s Comic Expo returns to Charleston to celebrate comic book culture. The 15th...