- James Island man dies in deputy-involved shooting (News 2).
- Myrtle Beach body is unidentified after 5 months (News 2).
- Tiremaker passes on South Carolina, picks Tennessee for 1,800-worker plant (Post & Courier).
- CARTA releases statement on shutdown effects (ABC News 4).
- Halls to Take Over La Fourchette Space? (Eater Charleston).
- La Fourchette to Close Tomorrow (Eater Charleston).
- Chicken Salad Chick Claims Andolini’s Old Address (Post & Courier).
- Author of Food Network History to Speak in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Crave, Mosaic and New Moon Take Home Mac-Off’s Prizes (Post & Courier).
- Patrick Owens Next Local Chef on James Beard House Schedule (Post & Courier).
- Report: Victim hangs onto stolen vehicle, attacks thief on James Island (Live 5 News).
- Bond denied for man accused in Five Points stray-bullet shooting (Live 5 News).
- Man arrested after shooting, fight at Walterboro inn (ABC News 4).
- Teenager accused of shooting man multiple times following argument (Live 5 News).
- Police arrest man for downtown armed robbery (ABC News 4).
- Crowd meets at Sullivan’s Island for Alex Apps vigil (Post & Courier).
- Upstate deputy finds her horses shot to death (Live 5 News).
- Report: Man uses prior job with jail to get out of traffic ticket (ABC News 4).
- Suspects sought in McDonald’s armed robbery (Live 5 News).
- Newberry woman gets 50 years for killing boyfriend (News 2).
- Late Citadel Rally Falls Short in 28-21 Loss to No. 22 Georgia Southern (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Southern edges VMI in 25-17 win (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina Baseball Announces 2014 Schedule (ABC News 4).
- Pictures from Half-Moon Outfitters 4th Annual Golden Nugget SUP Race (Facebook).
- 4th annual Avondale 5K Results (Post & Courier).
- Where will Charleston be ranked in this year’s Conde Nast travel report? (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry leaders hope to change lowcountry by changing lives (News 2).
- North Charleston works on plan to create homeless shelter in former school (Post & Courier).
- Chris Cox’s Memorial Militia swells to 200 on Saturday (ABC News 4).
- Reverend Michael Dowd Presides over Unlikely Marriage (CofC).
- Charleston developer announces Lt. Gov. bid (Post & Courier).
- SC schools get chance to buy Charleston law school (ABC News 4).
- Dorchester Co. voters to decide on possible sales tax bump (Live 5 News).
- New development nabs Blue Acorn as tenant (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Gov. Haley wants list of state-owned buildings (ABC News 4).
- Cainhoy development could be bigger than Daniel Island (Post & Courier).
- Boat sinks in Shem Creek near Geechee pier (Post & Courier).
- Georgetown hero to the rescue for second time (ABC News 4).
- County OKs demolition of W. Ashley vegetable shed (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- One of Sumter’s first black deputies retires (Post & Courier).
- MUSC Children’s Hospital changes name — again (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry Kid-Friendly Halloween Events (Charleston With Kids).
Second installment of Undead America trilogy to be released later this month (Charleston City Paper).
Memorial Service for Medal of Honor Recipient Hershel “Woody” Williams to be Held Friday at Patriots Point
Press Release On Friday, July 1st at 10:30 am, Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum and the Congressional Medal of...