- SC House Speaker Bobby Harrell facing several years behind bars (News 2).
- What’s next for Harrell? (Post & Courier).
- Woman enters plea in 20 year old international kidnap case (News 2).
- Charleston Police searching for missing woman (Live 5 News).
- Clemson Confirms Student Death Overnight (WLTX).
- Former DNR officer convicted, sentenced in fatal hit-and-run (ABC News 4).
- Man reports no dispute before co-worker threw him off Interstate 526 bridge (Post & Courier).
- Fire Strikes King Street Bar Prohibition Last Night (Eater Charleston).
- Expected to reopen Wednesday night (Live 5 News).
- Get an autographed copy of Sean Brock’s Heritage cookbook (Charleston City Paper).
- Oyster, clam season opens; some Charleston beds closed (Post & Courier).
- Le Creuset to open second downtown Charleston store in mid-October (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- ‘Sommelier-Driven’ Wine Distribution in South Carolina (Eater Charleston).
- Eat This Tonight: Autumnal Bites (Charleston City Paper).
- Palmetto Brewing’s Aftershock Rumbles Back into Charleston (HCS).
- Scrumptious Summerville combines homes tour with tasting (Post & Courier).
- Seven Coastal Restaurants Donating to Breast Cancer Month (HCS).
- Everything You Need to Know About Minero (Eater Charleston).
- Rand Paul visits students, GOP in South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- Sen. Rand Paul: I’m not opposed to birth control (Live 5 News).
- Charleston restaurant developer Dick Elliott files for mayor (Post & Courier).
- Slush fund allegations arise in a race for an office you’ve (probably) never heard of (Charleston City Paper).
- Medical marijuana committee to meet in Charleston Thursday (Post & Courier).
- Hartsville lawmaker to be SC House’s next speaker (ABC News 4).
- Federal government makes physician payment data public (Post & Courier).
- Feds say S.C.’s early childhood program ‘needs intervention’ (Post & Courier).
- Doug Cooper steps down from Berkeley school board (Post & Courier).
- Two new Dangermuffin songs are now streaming (SoundCloud).
- Men – Throw on Those High Heels for the “Walk A Mile in Her Shoes” Fundraiser (HCS).
- UPDATE: Orlando Jones Show POSTPONED (HCS).
- Jenna King is not returning to Southern Charm
- Apparently has a new show (Twitter).
- Latin American Festival Returns Sunday (HCS).
- Holy City Sinner is now on the iOnCharleston app!
- MOJA show with Carmen de Lavallade cancelled (Post & Courier).
- Inaugural Carolina Surf Film Festival Debuts in Oct (HCS).
- Brett Gardner is Yankees’ nominee for Hank Aaron Award (Post & Courier).
- Why the Panthers’ Thomas DeCoud owns hundreds of shoes (Sports Illustrated).
- With QB Dylan Thompson banged up, attention turns to Gamecocks’ backup plan (Post & Courier).
- Clemson’s young quarterback off to fast start (ABC News 4).
- Goose Creek’s Ty’rik Johnson, Timberland’s Johnell Brown named high school players of week (Post & Courier).
- Blitz On 2 – Week 6 High School Football schedule & scores (News 2).
- Goose Creek No. 1, Academic Magnet cracks top 10 in Lowcountry football (Post & Courier).
- Cane Bay’s changes have Cobras competing again (Post & Courier).
- Top-ranked Brady Exber looking for fourth straight Senior Azalea title (Post & Courier).
- Five SC schools named National Blue Ribbon Award winners (News 2).
- Horse rescue in Moncks Corner to move to new location or shut down (News 2).
- Trailer loaded with Boy Scout gear stolen from Summerville home (ABC News 4).
- Fear of sharks? There’s a band for that (ABC News 4).
- Charleston woman arrested for stabbing her husband (News 2).
- Police search for 2 men in attempted ATM break-in (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry students surpass state scores in end-of-course exams (Post & Courier).
- SC cop indicted in shooting shrouded in mystery (ABC News 4).
- Local law firm wins lawsuit for dozens of U.S. victims of Mideast terrorism (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Spartanburg coach on leave after DUI arrest (ABC News 4).
- SLED charges Columbia man for selling gun permits (News 2).
- Police: Text messages led to fatal Orangeburg stabbing (ABC News 4).
- Weather the deluge on higher ground (Post & Courier).
- Timmonsville football player among 3 arrested in connection to armed robbery (News 2).
- Emergency crews on scene of car accident in Ladson (Live 5 News).
- Deputies: 9-year-old boy attacked by aunt’s pit bull in Walterboro (Live 5 News).
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