- 4-year-old who accidentally shot himself has died, officials say (Live 5 News).
- Coroner: Body found on Friday is missing woman Julia Ann Mudgett (Live 5 News).
- Friend on woman’s murder: “It’s beyond comprehension” (News 2).
- Memorial service set (Live 5 News).
- More charges filed (ABC News 4).
- Brother of Falcons WR Roddy White killed outside James Island nightclub (News 2).
- McConnell signs College of Charleston president contract (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Suit filed against CSX Transportation over bridge collapse and detour (Post & Courier).
- Graze to Open Second Location in Summerville This Fall (Post & Courier).
- Creation Story of FIG, The Ordinary, and Leon’s (Eater Charleston).
- Holy City Holiday With Glazed (Charleston Culinary Tours).
- Geoff Rhyne Leaving The Ordinary for Leon’s; Mike Lata to Step In UPDATED (Post & Courier).
- Jason Stanhope Named Executive Chef at FIG (Charleston City Paper).
- Back to school: Eat, don’t throw, food (Post & Courier).
- Wadmalaw Island Hog Farmer Gives British Critic a Mouthful (Post & Courier).
- 5 Around Town: West Ashley spots for a quick easy lunch (Live 5 News).
- Wando High School Culinary Team Wins National Honors (Post & Courier).
- LIDI Ristorante on a mission to bring the Italian culinary soul to Daniel Island (Charleston Scene).
- The Drawing Room Opens Tomorrow (Post & Courier).
- SC attorney general to appeal Harrell ruling (ABC News 4).
- Palmetto Sunrise: Ethics bill, seawall effort to drive Statehouse discussion (Post & Courier).
- Law school founder offers alternative to InfiLaw (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston police to crack down on seatbelt violations (Post & Courier).
- As Berkeley County completes reassessment, the property tax disconnect arrives (Post & Courier).
- Charter schools defining the ‘business of education’ (ABC News 4).
- Bill could waive make-up days for Dorchester 2 (Post & Courier).
- Shepard Fairey appeared on Marc Maron’s WTF Podcast (WTF).
- Oyster shell artwork by Martha Jackson Jarvis moved to Spoleto Festival headquarters (Post & Courier).
- Local visitors have power to boost ticket sales, donate to Charleston attractions (Post & Courier).
- CofC’s ‘Natural’ makes his own bats (CofC).
- Seven Tigers named all-ACC baseball; Norton one of many centers of attention (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston Playmakers basketball team Making a Difference (News 2).
- Brandon Murray’s return gives College of Charleston timely baseball boost (Post & Courier).
- Report: Man drives SUV with parking boot on downtown Charleston street (Live 5 News).
- Retired Marine from South Carolina receiving Medal of Honor next month (Post & Courier).
- Several suspects sought for downtown Charleston assault (Live 5 News).
- Reward increased again for info on teen’s murder (ABC News 4).
- Animal control working to catch, care for dog that escaped pipe (Live 5 News).
- Twin girls defy odds of their premature birth (Post & Courier).
- Texas man accused of vandalizing, urinating on Charleston police cruiser (Live 5 News).
Furniture store ads riff on Donald Sterling’s racism, Marvin Gaye’s ‘sectional healing’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Officials: Man jumps from balcony to escape apartment fire (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Waterkeeper wins back nonprofit status (Post & Courier).
- Summerville geography whiz advances to finals (ABC News 4).
- Researchers report on modern New Zealand quake similar to 1886 Charleston (Post & Courier).
- East side residents of Folly Beach may have to pay for sand (News 2).
- Locally-created device helps drivers track, maintain cars (Live 5 News).
- Mother vows to fight against gun violence, creates foundation to honor murdered son (Live 5 News).
- More than 157,000 push-ups done for charity in Marion Square (Post & Courier).
- Charleston investigators searching for possible witnesses in King Street homicide (Live 5 News).
- Goose Creek leads Charleston region in home affordability report (Post & Courier).
- Man charged with attempted murder after downtown stabbing (Live 5 News).
- Gander Mountain gets jump on Bass Pro, opens this fall in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Alligator Shot on Folly, Causes Controversy (Folly Beach).
- NAACP names new president (Live 5 News).
- Police make arrest in May 14 bank robbery (ABC News 4).
- Convicted child molester Skip ReVille talks about his inner demons in a deposition (Post & Courier).
- Husband, wife surrender to police for Northwoods Mall armed robbery (Live 5 News).
- SC’s new state symbol is the Columbian mammoth (ABC News 4).
- SC can report inmate profiles online (News 2).
- Widening of 17A complete from Summerville to Moncks Corner (Post & Courier).
- Witnesses help track driver accused of hitting car, then fleeing (Live 5 News).
- The end of the road for 9 miles of construction in Berkeley County (News 2).
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