- Police: Body found in water off Ripley’s Point (Live 5 News).
- USGS upgrades Summerville earthquake to 3.0 magnitude quake (Live 5 News).
- Small plane crashes in Tennessee after leaving Charleston injuring 3 (Live 5 News).
- Three victims rescued (News 2).
- Folly Beach renourishment leaves holes (Post & Courier).
- Why FIG’s Nomination is a Boon For Local Chefs (Post & Courier).
- Frothy Beard Brewing Company reflects on their first year (Frothy Beard).
- High Wire Scores Two Medals in Craft Distilling Competition (Post & Courier).
- First Look at The Obstinate Daughter Menu (Eater Charleston).
- Clemson Pub Gets Crap For Banning Guns, Calling Pistol-Packers “Douchebags” (Gawker).
- Bollywood Wasn’t Closed, After All (Post & Courier).
- Where have we been, where are we going? (Charleston City Paper).
- The South’s original peanut revived in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- D’Allesandro’s Pizza, Saturday at 7:00 p.m. (Eater Charleston).
CHARLESTON FASHION WEEK
- Meet Ashley Brook Perryman, the hair and makeup director for Charleston Fashion Week (Charleston City Paper).
- Neither the heat nor the fog of hairspray can keep the CFW beauty team down (Charleston CIty Paper).
- JONNY Cosmetics preaches self-esteem though blush, gloss, and powder (Charleston City Paper).
- CFW’s team of handlers rustle 200 models — and occasionally rolling tumbleweaves (Charleston City Paper).
- Riley urges legislators to proceed with ‘University of Charleston’ merger (Post & Courier).
- Not expanding Medicaid could cost SC hospitals billions (WBTW).
- Folks are lining up to get beat by Lindsey Graham (Post & Courier).
- “Days of Our (South Carolina) Lawmakers” (FitsNews).
- SC House approves banning abortion beyond 19 weeks (ABC News 4).
- Senator calls for new leadership at DSS in wake of testimony from child welfare officials (Post & Courier).
- Kristin Forbes of the Scotch Bonnets pedals her heart out on Live Ya Life (Charleston City Paper).
- CofC’s music department bounces back after a tough year (Charleston City Paper).
- Cory Branan gives up his dirty dog ways for family life (Charleston City Paper).
- College of Charleston beats Charleston Southern, 9-2, in baseball (Post & Courier).
- Bobby’s profession: Protecting the athlete (CHS Soccer).
- Citadel wrestlers Ugi, Turtog aim to go out on top at NCAA Championships (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston gets another shot at a championship in WBI (Post & Courier).
- Sumter PD says some students arrested were involved in fight day before (Live 5 News).
- Walk for Water brings attention to need for clean water globally (News 2).
- SC hospital expert talks on Affordable Care Act (ABC News 4).
- They Say It’s Your Earth Day! (Yelp Charleston).
- Feds OK CARTA plan for new train and bus station (Post & Courier).
- 2 Georgetown brothers sentenced for SC health care fraud (ABC News 4).
- CPD: Man charged with molesting, taking photos of girlfriend’s daughter (ABC News 4).
- Parents and fraternity brothers remember CofC junior who died in snorkeling accident (Live 5 News).
- Coroners Lower Boom On Embattled SC Welfare Agency (FITSNews).
- Helping people with free tax preparation, and a serving of financial advice (Post & Courier).
- Cops: Assisted living employee steals woman’s medication after delivering bed (Live 5 News).
- 2 Your Health Teenager urges blood donations for life saving treatment (News 2).
- Is Southern Charm’s Kathryn Pregnant? Thomas Ravenel’s Lady Could Be Hiding Something (BUSTLE).
- New machine at mall takes unwanted cell phones for cash (Live 5 News).
- Taxpayers charged $200,000 so far in ‘Yes for Schools’ lawsuit in Berkeley County (News 2).
- NTSB: No definite cause in 2013 fatal McClellanville crash (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: Our (drunken) Palmetto State (Charleston City Paper).
- Clyburn to deliver USC Southern Studies talk (ABC News 4).
- Nicole Goodlett Reported Missing In Spartanburg Co. (News 2).
- Man sentenced to 18 years in armed robbery case (ABC News 4).
- Toxic megacolon, fecal transplants, and the science of preventing Clostridium difficile (Charleston City Paper).
- Missing NC teen girl has Myrtle Beach ties; FBI joins search (News 2).
- Summerville Medical Center names CEO (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Dad pushes legislators to pass Emma’s Law (ABC News 4).
- Pacolet Milliken acquires 1,600-acre Lowcountry industrial park (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Roper St. Francis hosting discussion on health care law Wednesday (ABC News 4).
- All signs point to major expansion at BMW’s South Carolina factory (Post & Courier).
- Nexans, Birdsong firms announced new SC sites (ABC News 4).
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