- Sullivan’s Island Mayor Mike Perkis dies (Post & Courier).
- Closure in some child deaths unlikely (Post & Courier).
- Man who twice tied up Ravenel Bridge traffic arrested on escape charge in North Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Former Crisis Ministries CFO sentenced to 4 years (ABC News 4).
- S.C. Senate medical committee to meet on Ebola (Post & Cfourier).
- JBC crews join the fight against Ebola (ABC News 4).
- Someone is selling human teeth on Charleston Craigslist (Charleston City Paper).
- Man eats raw fish from fish tank while assaulting ex-girlfriend (Live 5 News).
- Glazed Gourmet Offering Red Party Doughnuts (HCS).
- No Kid Hungry Charleston releases menu for Sunday benefit (Post & Courier).
- Publix tightening coupon policy (Live 5 News).
- The Alley Introduces New Weekly Promotions (HCS).
- Mount Pleasant’s The Americano Has a Sweet New Sign (Eater Charleston).
- Indaco Hosts a Cru Night on October 15th (HCS).
- Agriculture grant aimed at spurring local fruit, vegetable production (Columbia Regional Business Report).
- Husk Chosen as One of the Country’s Best Bourbon Bars (HCS).
- SC couple at center of battle for same-sex marriage (Live 5 News).
- Federal judge wants briefs in SC gay marriage case (ABC News 4).
- Occupy v. Haley Costs Top Half a Million Dollars (Free Times).
- Will Thomas Ravenel’s Senate campaign continue? (Post & Courier).
- Weed legalization documentary could come to the Terrace (Charleston City Paper).
- Ceremony honors people killed in domestic violence as committee works to reverse tide of abuse in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- SC ETV governor’s debate canceled, education debate to be rescheduled (The State).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Mary and Paul Tinkler (HCS).
- Summerville defers plans for new downtown hotel and convention center (Live 5 News).
- Harrell’s brother resigns from committee that reviews judicial candidates (The State).
- The Southern Ground Music & Food Festival schedule has been published (Southern Ground).
- Aiken resident Beth Spangler advances on ‘The Voice’ (Aiken Standard).
- Skinful Halloween party called off, but not gone forever (Live 5 News).
- Halloween at The Farm: Freak Show Exotica (HCS).
- Meet ET Anderson, the latest musician to join the Hearts & Plugs family (Hearts & Plugs).
- Charleston Supported Art seeks local, emerging and established artists for second year of program (CSA).
- First Baptist dominates SCISA state swimming championships (Post & Courier).
- Week 7 High School Football Schedule (Live 5 News).
- How to fix the South Carolina defense? Start blitzing, and don’t stop (Post & Courier).
- Clemson notes: Jarrett sneers at Petrino comment, Swinney doesn’t regret QB plan (Post & Courier).
- Oktoberfest 5K Run/Walk Hits the Pavement on 10/9 (HCS).
- Free sports injury clinics aid Lowcountry high school athletes (Post & Courier).
- Charleston VA unveils distance medical technology (News 2).
- Charleston police locate missing man (ABC News 4).
- Army Corps proposes plan to deepen Charleston Harbor (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County students see big boost in SAT scores (Post & Courier).
- Silent march through Summerville honors victims of domestic violence (ABC News 4).
- Seeing green? Remember those struggling with mental illness (Post & Courier).
- Sheriff’s Office and Charleston City Police responding to reports of robbery (News 2).
- Deputies seize 25 guns in Goose Creek (News 2).
- Report: Man taken down by police K-9 after assaulting officers (Live 5 News).
- S.C. suffers season’s first flu-related death (News 2).
- Live 5 Most Wanted fugitive surrenders to authorities (Live 5 News).
- New development proposed for Ben Sawyer Blvd. (Moultrie News).
- French cablemaker to launch Wednesday in Berkeley County (Post & Courier).
- SLED contacting concealed weapons permit holders (Post & Courier).
- One dead in Colleton County wreck (Live 5 News).
- Berkeley kicks off ‘Keep the Penny’ campaign (Post & Courier).
- SCRA Applied R&D signs $8.3M contract with Defense Logistics Agency (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Bill Murray’s jacket is named ‘Mark’ (USA Today).
- Police make house calls with ‘Front Porch Visits’ (ABC News 4).
- Johns Island man sentenced to 30 years for abusing family (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant man arrested on child pornography charges (Live 5 News).
- Teen sentenced to 45 years in 2013 Greenville mob beating death (Live 5 News).
- Police trying to find vandals who spray-painted Gen. Moultrie statue (ABC News 4).
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