- Dorchester EMS: 4-year-old shot in head, taken to MUSC (ABC News 4).
- Judge dismisses case against SC Speaker Harrell (Live 5 News).
- Former College of Charleston professor files counterclaim against student who alleged sexual misconduct (Post & Courier).
- Charleston man describes escape from house fire (ABC News 4).
- Sen. Tim Scott urges CofC graduates to never quit (ABC News 4).
Biden urges grads to embrace change (Greenville Online).
- Winery: Despite chemical similarities, ocean-aged wine tastes different (ABC News 4).
- Openings and Closing (Post & Courier).
Possible Planter shipwreck to be detailed today (Post & Courier).
- 1500 without power in downtown Charleston (ABC News 4).
- CCSO: Angry ex-girlfriend leads deputies on car chase, head-on collision (ABC News 4).
New map highlights gay history in Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
Gas leak closes two northbound lanes on Savannah Highway in West Ashley (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry sky home to sprites, ELVES, pixies and other storm creatures (Post & Courier).
Adventures in the Charleston Lowcountry (Huffington Post).
Look for the famous and aspiring artists in town this week (Post & Courier).
- Officials: Few leads surrounding wild dogs on James Island (ABC News 4).
- Goose Creek man sentenced to 3 years in online theft conspiracy (Live 5 News).
Union sets up meeting for Boeing employees (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Ms. Wheelchair South Carolina gets ready to compete (ABC News 4).
- Gov. Haley meets with state agencies for upcoming hurricane season (Live 5 News).
- 18 swimmers rescued from riptides at Isle of Palms County Park (Live 5 News).
All-cash residential property sales on the rise in S.C. (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Officials deciding custody of slain mom’s sons (ABC News 4).
- Emergency crews clear scene of Moncks Corner accident on Cooper Store Rd. (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Southern’s Tomasovich named Big South baseball player of the week (Points & Courier).
Palmetto Carriage Works Announces 11th Annual “Locals Ride Free Day”
Press Release On Sunday, January 23rd, Palmetto Carriage Works will host its 11th annual “Locals Ride Free Day” after pausing...