- CCSO: Driver charged with DUI after striking woman on Maybank Hwy. (Live 5 News).
- Divers investigate truck in water in Adams Run, no one inside (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina election season in full swing (ABC News 4).
- Chez Nous Opened Today (Eater Charleston).
- The Obstinate Daughter Opens Tomorrow (HCS).
- New Coffee Shop Coming to Citadel Mall (Post & Courier).
- 3 Minds Behind the Holy City Mellow Expansion (Eater Charleston).
- No Charleston Chefs Nominated for JBF Best Chef Southeast (Post & Courier).
- 5 Things to Know about Tradesman Brewing (Eater Charleston).
- The Food Truck Court Arrives at The Pour House This Weekend (Post & Courier).
- Almost Two Decades Behind the Counter at Gilroy’s (Eater Charleston).
- Gamecocks sophomore Jamari Smith trying to learn how to play cornerback, seize opportunity (Post & Courier).
- Should he stay or should he go (to the pros)? Clock ticking on decision by Clemson’s McDaniels (Post & Courier).
- Top-seeded Gamecocks set for bigger challenge (ABC News 4).
- Flag controversy blocks South Carolina home court advantage (Live 5 News).
- College of Charleston to play USC Upstate in Women’s Basketball Invitational on Thursday (Post & Courier).
- State rep walks back harsh CofC email after it’s made public (ABC News 4).
- The renovated Vendue will be the city’s first art hotel (Charleston City Paper).
- Vigil remembers CofC junior who died on spring break (ABC News 4).
- Man accused of murder in Heather Elvis case lived in Summerville (News 2).
- Live blog: Follow the opening night of Charleston Fashion Week (Post & Courier).
- Per a press release, the Google Data Center Fund of Tides Foundation recently gave a grant totaling $30,000 to the South Carolina Aquarium.
- SC school board member goes on the attack after ethics fines questioned (Live 5 News).
- Child abuse bill moves forward in S.C. Senate (Post & Courier).
- The folks behind Rewined debut a new brand: Produce Candles (Charleston Mag).
- Town of Summerville prepares for summer audit, offers amnesty (News 2).
- South Carolina prison officials believe inmates posted rap video (Post & Courier).
- Week 3: ‘Southern Charm’ still lacks reality (Post & Courier).
- Who Is Whitney Sudler-Smith on Southern Charm? These 8 Facts Will Really Surprise You (Bustle).
- New tip comes in on Berkeley County cold case involving 5 year old Justin Lee Turner (News 2).
- Boeing works to stabilize 787 production (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston passes skateboard regulations (Post & Courier).
- Haley: Rural jobs bonuses working (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston Animal Society: Social media led them to Summerville teen who threw cats in video (Live 5 News).
- S.C. jobless rate falls to 6.4% in January (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Bill increases penalties for speeding in work zone (ABC News 4).
- CSU students Walk for Water (Charleston Southern).
- Bill to require SC students learn cursive advances (Live 5 News).
- President Obama to sign flood insurance relief bill (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Security upgrades coming soon to Berkeley schools (ABC News 4).
- Median home price climbs 5.1% for S.C. residential market (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Plan to manage traffic in West Ashley during rapid growth (Live 5 News).
- Police: Man stuffed wife’s mouth with toilet paper (ABC News 4).
- Special Event Workers Needed (InTown).
- Ice storms blamed for low hotel occupancy on peninsula (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Trident Tech unveils $30 million nursing building (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Hilton Head teen sentenced to 25 years in molestation case (ABC News 4).
- Deputies: 4 siblings in custody after Anderson Co. PAWS puppy theft (Live 5 News).
- Blood Drive Blitz-Wesley Blumenburg (News 2).
- Machinists set up in North Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- SC Statehouse Medicaid protest logs 3rd week (ABC News 4).
- CCSD wants public feedback for next year’s school budget (Live 5 News).
- Coroner: Inmate found stabbed to death at Lieber Correctional Institute (Live 5 News).
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