- Slain Deputy Joseph Matuskovic to be remembered Monday during funeral, burial (Post & Courier).
- Fundraising page set up for Matuskovic’s children (GoFundMe).
- Michael Oswald, dead suspect in deputy shooting, had a history of fights and complaints about cops (Charleston City Paper).
- Authorities: West Ashley man who shot deputies had military-style rifle, ‘combative’ past (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Co. Sheriff: W. Ashley shooter died after deputies returned fire (Live 5 News).
- Sheriff: AK-47 rounds pierced deputy’s body armor, killed him (ABC News 4).
- Bobby Harrell indicted in Richland County on several charges (ABC News 4).
- Chairman calls on Speaker Harrell to resign immediately (Charleston Democrats).
- Missing surveillance footage during teen’s death explained in new SLED evidence (ABC News 4).
- Authorities: Officers responding to report of shots fired in downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Coroner identifies body found as man reported missing in August (Live 5 News).
- 18 Area Restaurants Make Garden & Gun’s Best Burgers in the South List (HCS).
- Hibachi Grill is the area’s best Vietnamese restaurant disguised as a fast-service Japanese joint (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Beer Week: Beer launch party Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Updates on the Construction at Lucky’s Southern Grill (Eater Charleston).
- College of Charleston course offers taste of world history (Post & Courier).
- Setting sail for Restaurant Week (Post & Courier).
- Park Café brings farm-to-table sophistication to Hampton Park (Charleston City Paper).
- Fall Into New Restaurants (Yelp Charleston).
- Freddo brings Argentinian gelato to town (Post & Courier).
- Harris Teeter announces opening date for new Summerville store (Post & Courier).
- Doors drummer John Densmore shares tales of trials and triumphs (Post & Courier).
- A Shovels & Rope ambivalent falls for the husband-and-wife duo (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston BandSwap Festival Scheduled for Sept. 20th (HCS).
- Musicians remember Brad Cooper at Pour House benefit show (Charleston City Paper).
- Local Seen: Mr. Independent (Charleston Magazine).
- My Positive Perspective Broadcasts Episode With Southern Charm Star Cameran Wimberly (My Positive Perspective).
- The Carolina Green Fair is looking for volunteers (Carolina Green Fair).
- The Cardinal James Show from Kinetic HiFi is producing a “Time Travel Comedy” that will be released in October (Cardinal James).
- The Other Spoleto (Charleston City Paper).
- Haley cancels fundraising trip after SC deaths (ABC News 4).
- S.C. social services plans improvements, national group endorses Democrat (Post & Courier).
- Summerville Town Council hold public meeting on abandoned National Guard armory (Live 5 News).
- Goose Creek tax increase is one-step closer (Post & Courier).
- Citadel AD apologizes to Florida State; Seminoles coach says Bulldogs player made ‘knucklehead’ comment (Post & Courier).
- Timberland moves up to No. 3 in Class AA in high school football poll (Post & Courier).
- Gamecocks’ game plan zeroes in on Georgia’s Todd Gurley (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston drags feet on releasing details of Wojcik settlement (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Southern takes on Campbell in Thursday night game (Post & Courier).
- Police: Missing woman calls police, cancels search (ABC News 4).
- Atlantic Beach once thrived as S.C.’s only black-friendly beach, now home to dreaded Black Bike Week (Charleston City Paper).
- Chase After a Cure Marks Childhood Cancer Month with Multiple Local Fundraisers (HCS).
- Former Clemson women’s soccer player names teammates, coaches in hazing lawsuit (Post & Courier).
- Citadel mascots report donation box stolen from campus (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston fire department responds to town home fire (Live 5 News).
- MUSC and Kiawah Island Resort team up for Breast Cancer Survivor Celebration (News 2).
- Startup Weekend Charleston: Where the Classroom Meets the Real World (CofC).
- Charges expected against father of 5 dead children (ABC News 4).
- Man wanted in connection with murder of 3-year-old girl may have SC ties (Live 5 News).
- Mental health and suicide awareness expo coming Saturday (Post & Courier).
- Domestic violence committee meeting set for next week (ABC News 4).
- Attorneys: Confession in sailor’s 1992 killing was coerced (Post & Courier).
- African-American tourism conference moves forward, in the midst of NAACP economic boycott (Live 5 News).
- Greenville man’s gunlock giveaway targets violence among Charleston-area youths (Post & Courier).
- SC woman accused of attack in hospital room (ABC News 4).
- Farmer who uses much of the sludge from the Berkeley County GenEarth plant shows us how they use the material (News 2).
- Police: Clothes on body behind bank match Aug. 23 missing person (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Metro Business Expo Attracts Hundreds (Live 5 News).
- SC Marines add to jet training, noise in Beaufort (ABC News 4).
- James Island man accused of sex assault on 12-year-old girl (ABC News 4).
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