- Political expert weighs in on debate outcome, issues (ABC News 4).
- Jury hands down $97.5M verdict in wrongful death trial of Cottageville mayor (Live 5 News).
- First gay couple to apply for SC marriage license files lawsuit (ABC News 4).
- The Charleston Area CVB released a video called “A Love Letter to Charleston” (VIMEO).
- Suspect arrested in W. Ashley Chuck E. Cheese’s shooting (Live 5 News).
- Taking a spin through Chef Sean Brock’s new cookbook, Heritage (Charleston City Paper).
- Can Sean Brock’s recipes be replicated at home? Home cooks put his ‘Heritage’ book to the test (Post & Courier).
- Predator & Prey Dinner Scheduled for November 1st at Fish Restaurant (HCS).
- The Palace Hotel loses its executive chef (Post & Courier).
- Get Ready For Rainbow Sprinkles With the Big Gay Ice Cream Crew (Eater Charleston).
- Aquarium scraps Sustainable Seafood Initiative in favor of Good Catch (Post & Courier).
- The Islander brings fresh, upscale fare to Daniel Island (Charleston City Paper).
- ‘Bubble tea shop Tapio is now open (Post & Courier).
- Husk Nashville Makes Esquire’s ‘Best New Restaurants’ List (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston gets a crack at the Five Five Challenge (Post & Courier).
- Statewide candidates disagree on gay marriage, Scrooges, and voter ID laws (Charleston City Paper).
- Storm’s fury matches Gov. debate’s fervor at CSU (ABC News 4).
- One major barrier to equality is coming down (Charleston City Paper).
- Lindsey Graham campaign releases radio and digital ad about port deepening (Post & Courier).
- CPD to enforce expanded Bike Parking ordinance (ABC News 4).
- Record number of black candidates seeking office in S.C. and nationally (Post & Courier).
- Sen. Scott helping train vets for civilian jobs (ABC News 4).
- SC Christian Radio Host Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Child (News 2).
- Sheheen, Ervin push for ethics reform while stumping (Post & Courier).
- Police make house calls with ‘Front Porch Visits’ (ABC News 4).
- Ethics Commission to hold hearing on Legare campaign paperwork (Post & Courier).
- Cocktail Club Hosts a Zombie Tiki Party and Costume Contest this Halloween (HCS).
- O-Ku Ready to Host a Halloween Costume Party (HCS).
- Campaign will celebrate birthday of national parks (ABC News 4).
- Comedian Christopher Titus Performs at the Memminger Next Month (HCS).
- Gullah Geechee artist lends work to music festival (ABC News 4).
- King Dusko Debuts Works From Crosby Jack this Thursday (HCS).
- Star Wars Reads Day strikes in the Lowcountry (News 2).
- Late best-selling author’s material coming to USC (Post & Courier).
- McClellanville glass artist launches community project based on origami art (Charleston City Paper).
- Clemson notes: Coaches wary of autograph hounds, Watson breaks QB streak (Post & Courier).
- Sixth annual A Global Affair transports attendees to Monaco (Post & Courier).
- Live 5 Investigates: Security check at kid friendly businesses (Live 5 News).
- Assault charge against SC Marine dismissed (ABC News 4).
- ASPCA pet adoption drive this weekend considered “largest in S.C. history” (Post & Courier).
- Breast cancer patient: ‘I don’t have that fear hanging over my head’ (ABC News 4).
- Teachers moonlight at McDonalds to raise money for schools (ABC News 4).
- Report: Firefighter accused of sexually assaulting woman after car accident (Live 5 News).
- West Ashley puppy quarantined after catching bat with rabies (ABC News 4).
- Police looking for SUV involved in hit-and-run with skateboarder (Live 5 News).
- Plan for overpass on Hwy 52 pending extension of penny sales tax (Live 5 News).
- Blotter: Beware of Sunday walkers (Charleston City Paper).
- SCDOT working to relieve flooding behind Northwoods Mall (Live 5 News).
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