- North Charleston police find bomb-making materials in home, 9 arrested (ABC News 4).
- Missing woman’s vehicle found in Ridgeland, foul play suspected (News 2).
- Felony charge dropped against man accused of fatal ‘sucker punch’ (Live 5 News).
- Charges then filed against another man (ABC News 4).
- Authorities arrest suspects in international cocaine trafficking network (News 2).
- O’Malleys on upper King Street closes… (Post & Courier).
- …will become King Street Public House (Eater Charleston).
- Edmund’s Oast Expanding Outdoor Dining (Eater Charleston).
- Five Chefs to Cook Unpopular Fish (Post & Courier).
Butcher & Bee brings on Emily Cookson (Charleston City Paper).
- Meet Chris Hathcock, Semifinalist for Young Guns (Eater Charleston).
- Chef Frank McMahon Prepares Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes! (Eater Charleston via Vimeo).
- Charleston Museum Acquires 18th-Century Feeding Device (Post & Courier).
- Extra Spoleto Hours at Circa 1886 (Post & Courier).
- The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen Nominated for SIBA Award (Post & Courier).
- Attorney General Alan Wilson says he will go forward with investigation of House Speaker Bobby Harrell (Post & Courier).
- Sanford attending offshore energy tour in Gulf (Island Packet).
- Charleston County Republicans censure U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham (Post & Courier).
- Senate to disapprove of college books in budget (ABC News 4).
- Congressman Clyburn Reflects On A Life Of ‘Blessed Experiences’ (NPR).
- Can an ex-con get elected in a statewide race in South Carolina? (Post & Courier).
- S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley to implement additional changes at Richland County DSS office (Post & Courier).
- Former S.C. State attorney pleads guilty to failing to report kickback scheme (Post & Courier).
- Several inducted into SC Athletic Hall of Fame (News 2).
ACC basketball tournament returns to Saturday night championship format (Post & Courier).
Summerville High School names Banks Faulkner as new baseball coach (Post & Courier).
- School districts make decisions on snow days (Live 5 News).
Dead 27s “VanPaign” (Dead 27s).
Early peek at Shepard Fairey’s first mural for Halsey Institute Spoleto show (Charleston City Paper).
- CCSO: 80-year-old man charged with attempted murder after firing shots at son (ABC News 4).
- David Boatwright paints the town in good taste (Charleston Magazine).
Freeloaders: You Get Sprung (Charleston City Paper).
- OCSO searching for man after finding stolen property (ABC News 4).
North Charleston business owner faces 3 years in prison (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Crisis Ministries awarded $20K to launch children’s program (ABC News 4).
- Scout Boats expanding in Summerville, adding 300 jobs (Live 5 News).
- 6th guilty plea in SC State University probe (ABC News 4).
- S.C. moves up to No. 5 in CEO ratings (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Dorchester District 2 considers bell schedule change for 2014-2015 school year (News 2).
- Lowcountry Deadbeat Parents (Live 5 News).
Boeing workers catch up on 787 backlog, get bonuses (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Goose Creek man sentenced to prison for transporting stolen goods (ABC News 4).
- Keeping kids safe with guns in your home (News 2).
- SC group aims to help seniors live independently (ABC News 4).
- Nine high school students become certified victim’s advocates (News 2).
- Allman drops Ga. lawsuit against film producers (ABC News 4).
- Charleston police searching for owner of DJ turntable (Live 5 News).
Miranda Lambert & Little Big Town to Play Credit One Stadium with The Cadillac Three
Country superstars Miranda Lambert & Little Big Town will perform at the newly-renovated Credit One Stadium, formerly the Volvo Car...