- Police see positive civil use in military surplus equipment (Post & Courier).
- Goose Creek firefighter and 9/11 first responder Steve Skipton loses cancer battle (ABC News 4).
- Preliminary Services announced (SC On Fire).
- Lawmaker suggests all S.C. cops need body cameras (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston police still looking for missing 58-year-old man (ABC News 4).
- Wando Grad and Current Clemson Student Suddley Passes Away (Clemson).
- Zeus Grill & Seafood closes, upscale spa to move in (Post & Courier).
- Ballpark Festival of Beers Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Grape Stomping Festival (Post & Courier).
- Chive On Charleston’s 8th Meet-Up Scheduled for Friday at The Alley (HCS).
- Wild Blue Ropes Back To School Bash Photo Gallery (Facebook).
- The Owner of Bert’s Market Emarks on Cross-Country Scooter Trip for Charity (HCS).
- “Bottom of Love” by Atlas Road Crew can be heard on an episode of MTV’s Finding Carter (Facebook).
- Park Circle Film’s Throws an Endless Summer Party (HCS).
- Wild Pitch Ends Wild Walk-Off Win for Rome (Charleston RiverDogs).
- Cam Newton has hairline fracture in rib, won’t play this week (Pro Football Talk).
- South Carolina’s Spurrier ready for kickoff (ABC News 4).
- Spurrier stands tall as Gamecocks near potential “banner” season (Post & Courier).
- The Gamecocks can win a Mike Davis chess match vs. Texas A&M, and beyond (Post & Courier).
- Hall of Fame Commemorative Coins Now Available at Riley Park (Charleston RiverDogs).
- First Take: No. 16 Clemson at No. 12 Georgia (Post & Courier).
- Election race for SC education chief underway (News 2).
- Rank Charleston school needs before sales tax vote (Post & Courier).
- New SC identity theft unit handles 3,000 calls (ABC News 4).
- Great white shark Katharine tracked heading toward Charleston coast (Post & Courier).
- Capt. James “Buster” Denney passes away at age 93 (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston gun shop owner releases surveillance video burglary (ABC News 4).
- No arrests made after armed suspect reported on USC campus (Live 5 News).
- Video Spurs Questions Of Arresting Methods After Deputies Tase Man Inside Walmart (News 2).
- Tropical Storm Cristobal forms near Bahamas (ABC News 4).
- Makes slight change towards north (Live 5 News).
- Chaplaincy program teaches students to assist hospital patients facing illness and death (Post & Courier).
- Self-Defense Class will “Support The Girls” (HCS).
- SCHP investigating fatal accident in Williamsburg County (Live 5 News).
- Charleston’s CresCom Bank downsizes newest branch (Post & Courier).
- Ice Bucket Challenge accelerating donations for ALS research (News 2).
- DuPont wants to sell 305 acres at Berkeley plant site (Post & Courier).
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