- For authorities in recent Charleston-area shootings, safety comes first in ‘suicide-by-cop’ situations (Post & Courier).
- Comcast introduces new data-capping plan to Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Week 9 High School Football Scores and Videos (Live 5 News).
- Student athletes give back to local community (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Southern rolls over Charlotte 36-14 (ABC News 4).
- Gamecocks’ magic at Mizzou might be Sugar Bowl sweet (Post & Courier).
- Connor Shaw battles knee sprain, flu in legendary performance (Post & Courier).
- Citadel falls in another close game to Chattanooga (ABC News 4).
- Run game revs up for Clemson with Roderick McDowell’s resurgence (Post & Courier).
- Cougars upset bid falls apart late (Cistern Yard).
- S.C. spends plenty to educate doctors, but doesn’t have enough of them (Post & Courier).
- Best Friend locomotive replica to be unwrapped in Summerville on way home to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Wando High School band of Mount Pleasant takes third in regional competition (Post & Courier).
S.C. Ranks in Top Ten for Boat Theft (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- No place to go: Seriously mentally ill often discharged from hospitals, prisons, jails to the streets (Post & Courier).
- Family remembers murder victim Malcolm Jefferson (Live 5 News).
- Two victims, two responses (Post & Courier).
- Skinful Gallery (Charleston Scene).
- Fall Food Truck Rodeo Gallery (Charleston Scene).
- Red Party Gallery (Charleston Scene).
- Kiosks may replace tourist brochures from SC to NY (ABC News 4).
- Under Jim DeMint, the Heritage Foundation goes from think-tank to conservatives’ weapon (Post & Courier).
- Great white shark returns to Carolinas coast (ABC News 4).
- Boeing, Charleston and the 777X: It’s like 2009 all over again (Post & Courier).
Would you please take two minutes to help Wando? (Mount Pleasant Patch).
- Author and neurocriminologist Adrian Raine to visit College of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Students go on scavenger hunt for trash (ABC News 4).
- Detention center officer charged with DUI (ABC News 4).
- Review: Colour of Music concert a treat and a challenge (Post & Courier).
- P&C Book and Author Luncheon set for Friday (Post & Courier).
- Beaufort County sheriff taking over 911 services (ABC News 4).
- Part of Ladson Road closed after traffic accident (Post & Courier).
- Confederate flags no longer flying at family’s barbecue restaurants in Midlands (Post & Courier).
- Many insured SC residents must buy new health plan (ABC News 4).
- Interfaith author and priest to discuss Muslim-Christian relations (Post & Courier).
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