- Charleston NAACP starts difficult quest for federal probe into Curnell death, racial profiling (Post & Courier).
An illustrated guide to what happened the night of Denzel Curnell’s death (Charleston City Paper).
We should all be disturbed by the death of Denzel Curnell (Charleston City Paper).
Heat index in the low 100s expected Saturday (Post & Courier).
- Coroner: Missing diver’s remains found (ABC News 4).
Georgean’s Caribbean Soul is a marriage of island and Southern flavors (Charleston City Paper).
Bittermilk launches grapefruit tonic (Post & Courier).
Lobster Roll Call: The best decapod deals in town (Post & Courier).
From Ohio To Charleston, Via Calabria (The Island Connection).
- Hot Dog Days Of Summer (Yelp Charleston).
Incumbent U.S. senators Scott, Graham fare well in Palmetto poll (Post & Courier).
- Ravenel not a factor (ABC News 4).
- The top 12 governor’s races of 2014 – includes SC (Washington Post)
McConnell gives $120k in campaign funds to College of Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Poll: Medical marijuana legalization has support of SC voters (ABC News 4).
Dissatisfied in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
Judge in Episcopal schism trial: It’s a civil matter (Post & Courier).
Only in Charleston: The Top 5 Things You Can’t Find Anywhere Else (Huffington Post).
Charleston destroyed by Skrull attack in latest X-Men comic (The Digitel).
Downtown bike-share program in the works (Post & Courier).
- Photographer captures South Carolina stereotype in LEGO (The Digitel).
- Bill Murray Surprises Host of the ‘Bill Murray Ice Cream Social’ By Actually Showing Up (People).
- Many Charleston County employees could see pay raise (Live 5 News).
- Officer arrested for counterfeit money and speeding (News 2).
- Report: Home invasion suspects put gun to boy’s head, shoot at deputies (Live 5 News).
- Inmates attempt escape by digging hole in detention cell wall (News 2).
- Phone call tip leads to four arrests in Charleston (Live 5 News).
- James Island family returning home to Israel Friday, awaiting FAA to lift ban (Live 5 News).
- Citizens academy: behind scenes at FBI (News 2).
- SC health insurance providers to issue over $13 million in refunds (Live 5 News).
- Rescued Mt. Pleasant fawn transferred to care of wildlife recovery center (Live 5 News).
Theatrics Unlimited moving out, Artist & Craftsman moving in (Charleston City Paper).
- New mission statement for College of Charleston (News 2).
- Groundbreaking set for N. Charleston cold storage facility (Live 5 News).
- Booming tech sector needs workers, infrastructure (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Most Wanted suspect arrested after returning to scene of original crime (Live 5 News).
- Finding loving permanent homes for older children waiting for adoption remains a challenge for the state (News 2).
- West Ashley Circle Project to Begin on July 28 (Charleston County).
- Fatal crash, Hazmat spill shuts down one lane of I-26 in Orangeburg County (Live 5 News).
- Starving horse gets a second chance at life (ABC News 4).
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