- Authorities capture teen fugitives in Newberry Co. (Live 5 News).
- Video of getaway car, text messages lead to West Ashley murder conviction (Post & Courier).
- Texting while driving could be considered reckless under SC law (Live 5 News).
- Local couple look to crowdfunding website to have child (Live 5 News).
- Haley Receives Gifts Totaling Tens of Thousands of Dollars (The Nerve).
- Eat Local Month: Shake the hands that feed you on a Lowcountry Farm Tour (Charleston City Paper).
- “With Bittersweet Pride,” The Grocery Announces Hallie Arnold’s Departure (Post & Courier).
- Roadside Seafood now has a standalone store (Facebook).
- SNOB Sous Chef Replaces Joe Palma at High Cotton (Post & Courier).
- The Rarebit Hopes to Reopen Quickly After Fire (Eater Charleston).
- First Gullah-Geechee Pop-Up of 2014 Announced (Post & Courier).
- Brasserie Gigi Opened on Market Street (Eater Charleston).
- Why Does North Carolina Insist on Harshin’ the Mellow? (Esquire).
- Southern Charm Mexican Place Coming to King? (Eater Charleston).
- Southern Season Launches Weekly Shopping Trolley (Post & Courier).
- A cicerone explains the ins and outs of certification (Charleston City Paper).
- How Far Do Chillie Bears Roam? (Post & Courier).
- EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: The Ballad of Shovels & Rope (The Blue Indian).
- W. Kamau Bell on when to say the N-word (Charleston City Paper).
- Bill Murray shoots selfie with Lady Gaga on ‘Letterman’ (TODAY).
- New SUSTO album tells tales of religious doubt and Cuban weddings (Charleston City Paper).
- T-Rav: “Major Announcement” Coming (FITS News).
- Stop Light Observations prepare to take on the music industry, 18 megabytes at a time (Charleston City Paper).
- New events expected at this year’s Flowertown festival (Live 5 News).
- Ryan Stasik and Umphrey’s McGee shed their jam band skins (Charleston City Paper).
- Hawaii congresswoman to headline SC Democratic convention (The State).
- Cadets to run Cooper River Bridge in honor of fallen soldier, Citadel alumni (Live 5 News).
- Bill says teacher layoffs can’t be seniority-based (ABC News 4).
- Glenn McConnell Began Selling Segregationist’s Products in Wake of Boycott (SPL Center).
- Candidates for Goose Creek mayor present platforms, take questions (Live 5 News).
- CofC women’s swim team pranks coach for April Fool’s Day (News 2).
- Venus Williams ousted at Family Circle Cup (ABC News 4).
- $35 off Sports Massage for Bridge Runners (InTown).
- 20 years of tennis: 2 volunteers a mainstay of Family Circle Cup (ABC News 4).
- Extreme sailing in Charleston Harbor with Moth Championships and Fort 2 Battery race (Post & Courier).
- City crews hurry to fix hole at Bridge Run finish line (ABC News 4)
- Running, walking, or partying, we’ve got your Cooper River Bridge Run food and drink round-up (Charleston City Paper).
- Bencic making a name for herself at Family Circle Cup (Post & Courier).
- Thousands flock to Bridge Run Expo (ABC News 4).
- Catch the Wienermobile, in town for the bridge run (ABC News 4).
- Blind runner to give Boston Marathon ’13 medal to Stall High (Post & Courier).
- Weather pushes South Carolina-Arkansas to Friday (News 2).
- Look for locals Banks, Atkins among Bridge Run’s elites (Post & Courier).
- Former Porter-Gaud star Stanton Seckinger raises the bar for himself at Clemson (Post & Courier).
- Northwood boys’ soccer hopes to peak again at the right time (Post & Courier).
- S.C. House panel backs off proposed merger, offers newly-expanded University of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- The S.C. Legislature now runs CofC (Charleston City Paper).
- CofC Foundation Board may decline to subsidize McConnell’s salary (Charleston City Paper).
- Relocating? Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Beaufort areas among nation’s most popular (The Digitel).
- Bill would allow some criminal records to be expunged (Live 5 News).
- SC ranks 6th in nation for growth in women-owned businesses (Greenville Online).
- Man sentenced to 36 years in prison for West Ashley murder (Live 5 News).
- Charleston leading the way in PTSD research (News 2).
- Emma’s Law passes third reading, heads to Senate (Live 5 News).
- SC woman guilty in breast feeding overdose death (ABC News 4).
- Changes to sex-ed could become a reality in schools (WMBF).
- Former Citadel camper says encounters with molester ‘Skip’ ReVille were worse than he let on (Post & Courier).
- Three finalists named for Citadel commandant (Charleston Regional Business Journals).
- Truck drives on to Florence playground; none hurt (ABC News 4).
- Breaker box catches on fire at Wells Fargo branch in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Interlock ignition systems costly for DUI offenders (ABC News 4).
- Five major Charleston County Roadwise projects in the works (Post & Courier).
- Diane Straney and the Feline Freedom Coalition are on a quest to save feral cats (Charleston City Paper).
- DD2 officials talk ‘Common Core’ at Wednesday meeting (Live 5 News).
- Abandoned casino ship to be auctioned off Friday in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Organization provides help to people in Lowcountry struggling to pay mortgage (News 2).
- Duke Energy truck erupts in flames (Live 5 News).
- Arrest made after woman robbed in downtown Charleston (Post & Courier).
- 2 Your Health Kohl’s app keeps medical records at your fingertips (News 2).
- Judge awards attorney fees to Conservation League (Post & Courier).
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