- Joe Biden to give USC commencement speech in May (Live 5 News).
- Charges reduced against North Charleston mom accused of driving minivan with kids into ocean (Post & Courier).
- A tale of three statues (Charleston City Paper).
- Edmund’s Oast is having some serious fun in the playground of history (Post & Courier).
- Don’t try to mix and match the tacos at Sol Southwest (Charleston City Paper).
- Tsukemen-Slurping Time at XBB (Post & Courier).
- Say Grilled Cheese! (Yelp Charleston).
- Candy Maker Sues Local Vodka Outfit Over “Lemon Head” Name (Post & Courier).
- More than 20,000 attended Charleston Wine & Food Festival (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- State of the cheese plate in Charleston restaurants improving (Post & Courier).
- Chefs and culinary historians resurrect the Lowcountry’s antebellum pantry (Charleston City Paper).
- Life after death for Landon Powell (ABC News 4).
- Growing pains: College of Charleston among basketball programs struggling in new conferences (Post & Courier).
- Drive comes from behind to take series finale (ABC News 4).
- RiverDogs win home opener over Greenville, 10-1 (News 2).
- Brownell: Clemson achieved shocking success as a true team, not just individuals (Post & Courier).
- Brian Billett, former Charleston youth hockey player, in Frozen Four with Boston College (Post & Courier).
- In its seventh year, the Charleston International Film Festival mixes the A-list with local pioneers (Charleston City Paper).
- Songwriter Johnny Delaware charms his way from South Dakota to the Holy City (Charleston City Paper).
In The Mix Series. Touring: The Tools Of The Trade (Charleston Grit).
- TEDxCharleston ideas intended to ripple into community (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Solar advocacy groups rail against S.C. energy bill (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- A photographic tour of Charleston’s swankiest offices (Charleston City Paper).
- The Charleston Digital Corridor wants to give Morrison an IT makeover (Charleston City Paper).
- The Lowcountry’s CreateSpace and BiblioLabs are revolutionizing the publishing world (Charleston City Paper).
- Clemson poised to play role in first U.S. offshore wind farm (Post & Courier).
- Haley: All SC agencies need a code of conduct (News 2).
- Small Business Chamber head urges city officials to prepare for rising sea levels (Charleston City Paper).
- Emma’s Law passes Senate, heads to Haley’s desk for signature (Live 5 News).
- Bill would prohibit SC colleges from using lottery money on buildings (WBTW).
- SC court denies motion to delay sex-assignment surgery case (ABC News 4).
- SC Democratic June ballot to ask about marijuana (ABC News 4).
- Shem Creek parking garage plan faces controversy (News 2).
- Restroom demand partially a symptom of too many people downtown (Post & Courier).
- S.C. House passes texting-while-driving ban (Post & Courier).
- School holiday display bill clears SC House panel (Post & Courier).
- Anti-violence rally set for Friday in Hampton Park (Post & Courier).
- CAS showers April with discounts to stave off blooming pet population (ABC News 4).
- Ardmore Community Unity Day planned (Post & Courier).
- Saturday stroll on Johns Island to raise awareness of domestic violence (Post & Courier).
- Over 200 attending homicide survivors picnic in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Gaboon viper antivenom in Columbia, Myrtle Beach, say officials (ABC News 4).
- 2 brothers found dead at home in Andrews (ABC News 4).
- Residents warned to remove cancer fundraising signs from Goose Creek neighborhood (Live 5 News).
- Man accused of strangling and beating woman in 2012 is competent to stand trial, judge rules (Post & Courier).
- Man who sexually assaulted jogger on Summerville trail in January sentenced to 45 years in prison (Post & Courier).
- Orangeburg man wanted for abusing his 4-year-old daughter (News 2).
- Charleston police issue stalking warrant for man pegged as gang member (Post & Courier).
- Students once at-risk honored for making life-changing “turnaround” (Live 5 News).
- Orangeburg man pleads guilty to conspiracy in shooting of prison guard (ABC News 4).
- Attorneys drop lawsuit sparked by Veronica adoption, but say more ICWA challenges could follow (Post & Courier).
- Airmen train for worst-case scenarios (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: The phantom female fighting crew (Charleston City Paper).
- IOP connector camera will help visitors avoid traffic jams (ABC News 4).
- Two Lowcountry men indicted in federal court on child pornography charges (Live 5 News).
- Bank of S.C. 1Q earnings down 4.31% (Charleston Regional business Journal).
- Man sentenced to 33 years in prison for charges in connection to chase and drugs (Post & Courier).
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