- CPD: Body found in pond at Shadowmoss Golf Club (Live 5 News).
- Summerville HS resource officer facing child pornography charges (ABC News 4).
- Doug Wojcik gets $400,000 in settlement over CofC termination (Live 5 News).
- Break-in reported at apartment of Michael D. Oswald (Charleston City Paper).
- CCSD: 3 middle school students suspended over pellet gun incident (Live 5 News).
- CCSO finds ‘new normal’ after death of Deputy Matuskovic (ABC News 4).
- President Street residents fed up after heavy rains flood neighborhood streets (Live 5 News).
- Fire levels 3 Moncks Corner mobile homes (Live 5 News).
- Investigation shows arson is not likely the cause (Live 5 News).
- Police: North Charleston victim shot in bed after feeding her baby (ABC News 4).
- #Hugo25: Live 5 News looks back at Hurricane Hugo (Live 5 News).
- Charleston police looking for runaway teenager (Live 5 News).
- Filmmaker Thibaut Fagonde lets the farmers have a say in Overalls & Aprons (Charleston City Paper).
- Three Charleston bars competing for Food & Wine title (Post & Courier).
- Xiao Bao Biscuit and Jacques Larson pair up for Noodles without Borders (Charleston City Paper).
- Earth Fare is coming to Summerville (Summerville Journal Scene).
- BACCO will be closed from September 21st-October 2nd as they take an Italian Vacation (Facebook).
- Leon’s chef Geoff Rhyne set to shake up hot sauce scene with a new Southern product (Post & Courier).
- White Duck’s hefty tacos are a battleground of competing flavors (Charleston City Paper).
- Triangle Opens New Location in Summerville this October (InTown).
- The Urge To Splurge (Yelp Charleston).
- Flagship 3 concept gets OK from BAR for Morrison Dr. (Charleston City Paper).
- Perfectly Frank’s no longer perfect situation for owner (Post & Courier).
- Rick Eager proves that “fish farming” isn’t a bad word (Charleston City Paper).
- Italian seafood finds a foothold in the South (Post & Courier).
- Prohibition is now serving lunch (InTown).
- Amy’s Place Forced To Close (The Island Connection).
- Charleston’s Mayor Riley endorses Bakari Sellers in lieutenant governor’s race (Post & Courier).
- The Daily Show & Colbert Report Roast Senator Lindsey Graham (HCS).
- Sheheen says DSS ‘dropped the ball again’ (Post & Courier).
- Thanks to Nikki Haley’s anti-bully ad, I had to talk to my six-year-old daughter about suicide (Charleston City Paper).
- Sabb winner in state Senate District 32 (Post & Courier).
- Committee meets for first time to discuss domestic violence in SC (ABC News 4).
- Municipalities missing $12.5M from state (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Blacks, Hispanics have doubts about media accuracy (Post & Courier).
- Former governors: Students must know basic civics (ABC News 4).
- Committee promises comprehensive SC road fix (News 2).
- When it Floods in Charleston, Some Go Wakeboarding (HCS).
- Review: The Royal Tinfoil’s Rowdy CD Release at the Pour House (Metronome Charleston).
- The Gaillard redux is shaping up and on track to open in 2015 (Charleston City Paper).
- So You Thought You Could Spell Photo gallery (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Symphony Orchestra Brings “Saltwater Sounds” to the Aquarium (HCS).
- Patrick Harris enters the Charleston art scene with contemporary gallery in Park Circle (Charleston City Paper).
- John Mellencamp To Play the PAC in March (HCS).
- NOLA supergroup fashions infectious sound from disparate parts (Charleston City Paper).
- The Wood Brothers find broad success thanks to The Muse (Charleston City Paper).
- Jameis Winston suspended for first half of Clemson game, apologizes for “selfish act” (Post & Courier).
- Where to Watch Football in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Blitz On 2 – Week 4 High School Football schedule & scores (News 2).
- Former CofC assistant joins Citadel (ABC News 4).
- Gamecocks continue focus on Vandy (News 2).
- Charleston Southern’s defensive line proves doubters wrong (Post & Courier).
- Deshaun Watson learns from other QBs’ missteps, grows more comfortable with Clemson playbook (Post & Courier).
- USC lineman Waldrop remains out with knee injury (Post & Courier).
- Report: Man accused of tying up, raping woman at Ladson home (Live 5 News).
- Warrant: Lexington dad feared 5 slain kids would kill him (Post & Courier).
- College Entomologist: DON’T TOUCH These Stinging Caterpillars (College of Charleston).
- Berkeley County parent wants change for autistic students (ABC News 4).
- One man’s modest garden starts a movement (Charleston City Paper).
- Cyclists want more racks along downtown Charleston streets (ABC News 4).
- Fundraising site for Charleston resident who was diagnosed with Stage IV Hodgkin Lymphoma (You Caring).
- Charleston retail center to be updated, anchored by supermarket (Post & Courier).
- Emergency crews responding to structure fire at Moncks Corner cemetery (Live 5 News).
- Remembering Hugo 25 Years Later (Charleston Magazine).
- Teen in serious condition after assault at Berkeley High School (Live 5 News).
- Is 526 a road going nowhere? (Post & Courier).
- SCE&G crews repairing gas leak in downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- S.C. high school students might be asked to take immigrant civics test (Post & Courier).
- Most advanced U.S. Coast Guard cutter to be commissioned in Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Study says S.C. would benefit from offshore drilling (Post & Courier).
- Former police officer recalls night he was left paralyzed while in the line of duty (News 2).
- Magazine ranks S.C. No. 3 to do business (Columbia Regional Business Journal).
- MUSC dentist recruiting patients with burning mouth syndrome for ongoing study (Post & Courier).
- Ports authority OKs salary hike for senior management (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Nearly 100 people becoming U.S. citizens in Mt. Pleasant (Live 5 News).
- News 2 Investigation gets movement in Dorchester Co. dump site (News 2).
- Mt. Pleasant looks to bring in more businesses (Live 5 News).
- Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry turning 20 years old (Post & Courier).
- Former officer leads NC and SC police on chase (ABC News 4).
- Givhans business owner recognizes truck in tractor theft footage (Live 5 News).
- “Broken Dreams: The Boeing 787″ Now Available Online (HCS).
- Seat checks happening across state for National Child Passenger Safety Week (News 2).
- Police: Man, 70, growing marijuana in chicken coop (ABC News 4).
- Bonneau Police Chief: Same meth suspects arrested over and over (News 2).
- SC man charged with felony DUI in June car crash (ABC News 4).
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