- NTSB: Pilot in fatal Mt. Pleasant plane crash was not certified instructor (Live 5 News).
- CCSO: Incident at Lincolnville home wasn’t hostage situation (Live 5 News).
- Woman taken for mental evaluation (ABC News 4).
- Deputies investigate whether hit-and-run crash that killed North Carolina groomsman was ‘targeted‘ (Post & Courier).
- Summerville middle school student suspended after writing ‘kill list’ (Live 5 News).
- 20 people named in ‘kill’ list (ABC News 4).
- Police: Johns Island man arrested in connection to bird sanctuary fire on Folly Beach (Live 5 News).
- Deputies: Man posed as vacuum salesman before invading woman’s home (ABC News 4).
- Investigators arrest suspect (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Beer Week returns with 42 glass-raising events (Charleston City Paper).
- Refueler’s Mobile Cafe to close this month (Post & Courier).
- Happenings at In The Kitchen With Bob Waggoner (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston’s Growler Prowl (Yelp Charleston).
- Get in an island state of mind with the Melon Swizzle at the Warehouse (Post & Courier).
- Sol Gives Away a Fully-Stocked Tequila Bar this Thursday (HCS).
- Palace Hotel suffers from consistency problems (Post & Courier).
- Iron Brew Festival Returns on October 18th (HCS).
- Smith & Bull Café Closes to Make Way For Wine (Eater Charleston).
- Smoke serving chef-made sandwiches on James Island (Post & Courier).
- Sanford calls accusations false (ABC News 4).
- Renewed push for hate crime law in South Carolina (Live 5 News).
- Dorchester GOP chairman charged with forgery (Post & Courier).
- Democrats Lauch “Nikki Haley Smoke And Mirrors” Website (FITS News).
- Medical pot committee to meet (Post & Courier).
- Stegelin: Revitalizing Riley’s retirement home (Charleston City Paper).
- Stephen Goldfinch Has a Problem (FITS News).
- Bakari Sellers endorsed by S.C. education group (Post & Courier).
- Earl Grant ready to start job at College of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- The One I Love, Blue Ruin, and Jodorowsky’s Dune prove that Hollywood’s best offerings are ‘on demand’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Gamecocks’ defense seeks redemption after ’embarrassing’ season opener (Post & Courier).
- Holy City Goes Green During the Sept. 21st Carolina Green Fair (HCS).
- Jenkins (ankle) out Saturday; Priester dismissed by Clemson (Post & Courier).
- Local Musicians Band Together for Brad Cooper’s Vision (HCS).
- Dabo Swinney: ‘Cole Stoudt is our definite starter; there’s no question of that at all’ (Post & Courier).
- Charleston’s Logan Venderlic talks about moonshine, Waffle House, and Heart Heavy (Charleston City Paper).
- Music Scene: Elise Testone & the James Brown Dance Party, The Hooten Hallers (Post & Courier).
- Don Munson settles in as Voice of the Clemson Tigers (Post & Courier).
- BoomTown sells $20.1 million in security offerings, according to SEC filings (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- CofC studio art grad Zachary Mallard releases men’s grooming line (Charleston City Paper).
- Weavers harvest sweetgrass in SC Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- Nordstrom Rack to open in old East Cooper Kmart center (Post & Courier).
- Flowershop at Mixson manufactures handmade flower crowns (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston hotel tackles bedbug problem, explains incident (Post & Courier).
- Georgetown County incubator raises $100,000 for scalable startups (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Help the Teachers’ Supply Closet stay full (Post & Courier).
- My Story (Charleston City Paper).
- Reporter’s tip leads to arrest of man Charleston police say pointed gun in Marion Square (Post & Courier).
- More delays in Dorchester County road projects (News 2).
- Sheriff Metts expected in court on federal charges (ABC News 4).
- Ladson community reacts to summer shootings (News 2).
- Charleston County detectives searching for convenience store robber (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: Ride on the Magic School Bus (Charleston City Paper).
- 6-year-old boy hit by falling trailer door, dies (ABC News 4).
- Cypress Gardens Road bridge replacement ahead of schedule (News 2).
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