Denzel Curnell shooting: Read the officer’s full account (Charleston City Paper).
- Curnell’s attorney questions police culture (ABC News 4).
- Coast Guard calls off search for James Island teen (Post & Courier).
- Charleston City Council acted too hastily on midnight ordinance, chairman says (Post & Courier).
- After 3 fires in 1 day, NCFD releases tips on keeping your family safe (ABC News 4).
- Union Provisions opens tomorrow (Post & Courier).
- Holy City Brewing Celebrates 3rd Anniversary this Saturday (HCS).
- Chefs Aaron Siegel & Taylor Garrigan from Home Team BBQ will be the featured chefs this Sunday at the Joe. They will serve smoked pastrami pork belly to fans of the Charleston RiverDogs.
- Roadside Seafood’s Sean Mendes comforts snackers with chopped shrimp dip (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Beer Works Offering Limited-Time MLB-inspired Menu (HCS).
- 5 Around Town serves up lunchtime gold for James Island (Live 5 News).
- Indaco Chosen as One of the Country’s Best New Restaurants (HCS).
- Mama Chef food trailer keeps it simple with small menu (Post & Courier).
- Success on Folly Beach, 2 years after booze ban’s introduction (Live 5 News).
- ‘T-Rav’ enters U.S. Senate race (Post & Courier).
- A look at state regulations changed after review (ABC News 4).
- Tim Scott’s New Opponent: Senator Is A “Tea Party Tool” (FITS News).
- Former New York mayor Bloomberg gives to pro-Lindsey Graham PAC (Post & Courier).
- James Island Candidate Forum Scheduled for Tomorrow (HCS).
- Summerville Town Councilman Terry Jenkins clarifies comments regarding the Flowertown Players performance of “Rent” (Summerville Journal Scene).
- German POW camp chimney denied protected status (Post & Courier).
- Haley touts work of regulatory task force (ABC News 4).
- New Mount Pleasant schools top draft project list for vote on sales tax extension (Post & Courier).
- Backtrack: T-Rav Now Says He Will Be Back on “Southern Charm” (HCS).
- Chimps Attend ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ Screening in Myrtle Beach (ABC News).
- Great Urban Weekend Escapes: Charleston, SC (Forbes).
- Bastille Day Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- State report reveals CBS spent big bucks filming Reckless in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Comedian Nick Swardson Makes PAC Debut on Oct 3 (HCS).
- Watch North Charleston’s 4th of July Festivities from High Above Riverfront Park (HCS).
- Sea turtle saved from blindness being released at IOP (Live 5 News).
- “Mr. Holland’s Oates: A Tribute to Hall & Oates” Photo Gallery (Facebook).
- Carolina Coliseum to be converted for use by USC hoops teams (The State).
- “Disco Demolition 2: You Better Belieb It” Set for Saturday at The Joe (HCS).
- Former Goose Creek star Alston aims for world championship (Post & Courier).
- Final vote on controversial stadium loan set for Tuesday (The State).
- East Coast Baseball Academy Bombers baseball team claims 12-and-under national title (Post & Courier).
- Spurrier, South Carolina trying to take next step (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Jermel President (HCS).
- Gamecocks’ Dylan Thompson ready for his time in the spotlight (Post & Courier).
- Black history museum to be sited on historic wharf (ABC News 4).
- 3 DJJ employees suspended after teen commits suicide (Live 5 News).
- Two Charleston facilities rank high in ‘Best Hospitals’ rankings (ABC News 4).
- Cottageville couple creates product to help parents remember their kids in car (Live 5 News).
- Sea Turtle Hospital Expansion (SC Aquarium).
- FBI: Kidnapping of St. Matthews man was part of elaborate crime ring (Live 5 News).
- Charleston’s First Day Festival is coming up, and you can help (News 2).
- Report: Fugitive leads police on wrong way chase on North Bridge (Live 5 News).
- 9-Year-Old SC girl Finds Diamond Ring In Goldfish Snack Bag (Huffington Post).
- No end in sight for Dorchester Rd. project (News 2).
- Boeing preserves thousands of acres of wetlands (News 2).
- DD2 closing in on new student cell phone policy (Live 5 News).
- Aviation Authority adds board members (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Investigators: Downtown Charleston stabbing suspect in custody (Live 5 News).
- Ravenel woman killed in home invasion had just lost dad (News 2).
- Snake cuts power to hundreds in Horry County (Post & Courier).
- Columbia PD: Three women arrested for hiding brothers charged with murder (The State).
- Berkeley agrees to settle OT suit brought by sheriff’s deputies (Post & Courier).
- New educational facility completed in North Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Ladson man charged with felony bigamy (Live 5 News).
- Body in Holly Hill cornfield remains a mystery (Post & Courier).
- May Lee a mom? Great white shark’s track raises researcher’s suspicions (Post & Courier).
- Big alligator wanders out of surf on Hilton Head (ABC News 4).
- SC man gets 10 years in dog abuse case (Live 5 News).
- KKK drops recruitment candy bags in Oconee Co. neighborhood (Live 5 News).
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