- College of Charleston students take to Cistern Yard to protest McConnell hire (Post & Courier).
- CofC student resolution calls for occupation, Trustees’ resignation (ABC News 4).
- CofC releases presidential finalist feedback (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Witnesses offer little information in shooting that wounded four at North Charleston nightclub (Post & Courier).
- Police: Man hit by car, sent over bridge railing into water (ABC News 4).
- Medical emergency forces unscheduled landing (ABC News 4).
- Husk’s Fried Chicken Featured on The Chew (Post & Courier).
- Stars Names Nathan Thurston’s Replacement (Eater Charleston).
- Sushi Dogs, Frog Legs and Sangria on RiverDogs’ Menu This Season (Post & Courier).
- Jack’s Cosmic Dogs featured on Alton Brown podcast (ABC News 4).
- Mixing Up the Menu at Basico (Post & Courier).
- Fish Opens Early for Runners (And Their Cheering Fans) [Post & Courier]
- Gamecocks coach Dawn Staley joins Pope Francis on list of world’s 50 greatest leaders (Post & Courier).
- Mt. Pleasant Police release tips for 2014 CRBR (ABC News 4).
- Virginia climbs into lead at Hootie golf; USC, College of Charleston tied for second (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Baseball suffers first series loss of season against #23 Houston (Cistern Yard).
- Gamecocks offensive lineman Na’Ty Rodgers arrested (Post & Courier).
- Gamecocks’ tennis coach has Lowcountry pedigree (ABC News 4).
- Offensive lineman Lemieux commits to South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Monday’s High School Results (Post & Courier).
- Police: 15-year-old shot in North Charleston neighborhood (Live 5 News).
- Crash victims, former North Charleston police adviser see missteps after officers target wrong car in high-speed chase (Post & Courier).
- More bond testimony in Fla. ocean driving case (ABC News 4).
- North Bridge closed because of person in the water (Post & Courier).
- Flood premiums may affect historic district (Post & Courier).
- Aerial mosquito spraying to continue this week in Charleston Co. (Live 5 News).
- According to a source at the hospital, a scene for Identity will be filmed at MUSC’s Ashley River Tower on March 27 between 11am – 5pm.
- Authorities searching for woman accused of injuring Mt. Pleasant officer (Post & Courier).
- Attorney General reviewing domestic violence statute for man who killed dad (ABC News 4).
- Influential Women in Business nominations are now open (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- SC gas prices tick up 1.6 cents per gallon (ABC News 4).
- School bus involved in wreck in Ladson (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry Proud: GWIG App provides word-of-mouth referrals (News 2).
- FREE Women-Only Self-Defense Four-Week Session (InTown).
- Downtown Charleston house fire under investigation (News 2).
- Man accused of sexual abuse found dead in jail (ABC News 4).
- Battle of Charleston Remembered on Johns Island (News 2).
- Charleston County deputy shot dog that bit him, sheriff’s office says (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County sheriff asks for more jail funding (ABC News 4).
- School bus driver: “Durham needs to be out of here.” (News 2).
- School bus company, drivers’ union square off at board meeting (Post & Courier).
- Ordinance to ban roadside solicitors moves forward in county council (Live 5 News).
- GED program in Berkeley County helping people in the community better themselves (News 2).
- Search for plane off Ga. coast to resume Wednesday (Live 5 News).
- Coroner: Second family member dies following Cherokee Co. drunk driving crash (Live 5 News).
- Klyde Robinson, 92, retired judge and U.S. attorney died Monday (Post & Courier).
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