- Sister of fallen Summerville officer dies in Stono Bridge accident (Live 5 News).
- Lindsey Graham unfiltered: jokes about white men, Baptists (CNN).
- Lowcountry experiments on exploded rocket bound for ISS (ABC News 4).
- Crews working accident involving overturned car on Rivers Avenue (Live 5 News).
- Thomas Ravenel talks campaign, personal life (News 2).
- Brewpub Edmund’s Oast is Expanding With the Quickness (Eater Charleston).
- Palmetto Brewing powers special release Ghost Rider Pale Ale with local peppers (Post & Courier).
- Watch a Trailer for Sean Brock’s Cookbook, Heritage (Eater).
- Starbucks eyeing Ashley Landing for its next coffeehouse in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Get the bourbon and the shovel, honey (Post & Courier).
- After 42 years, Jack’s Cafe owner Jack Sewell is retiring (Charleston City Paper).
- The Sign on the Door at Jack’s Cafe Says It All (Eater Charleston).
- 2014 Charleston MAC OFF Photo Gallery (HCS).
- Fair concessionaire offers deep-fried barbecue-on-stick (Post & Courier).
- Noodle Soup: Better With Chopsticks (Yelp Charleston).
- Charleston Grill Chef Michelle Weaver Cooks Up Persimmons (Eater Charleston).
- Liquified produce is trending all the way to your doorstep (Charleston City Paper).
- Musical lineup for the 2014 Coastal Carolina Fair (Live 5 News).
- 2nd Annual Save the Rhino Party Set for 11/8 (HCS).
- Lattimore expected to make NFL practice debut (Live 5 News).
- The Haunted Warehouse Halloween Party is Friday (HCS).
- WEZL ‘Evening With the Stars’ raises $62K for MUSC Children’s Hospital (Live 5 News).
- Darius Rucker Plans Big Band Concert at the PAC (HCS).
- Sheheen campaigns in North Charleston with former rival (ABC News 4).
- Politics, not policy, have doomed McGinley (Post & Courier).
- T-Rav’s “Plan B” (FITS News).
- Charleston County Election Commission explains how it protects votes (ABC News 4).
- SC not part of Ebola quarantine movement (Live 5 News).
- City Paper endorsements for November 2014 election (Charleston City Paper).
- Haley, McGill ask voters to approve change (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Edward Fennell (HCS).
- Stegelin: 2014 Halloween costume ideas (Charleston City Paper).
- Plans For Kiawah Town Hall Uncovered (The Island Connection).
- Police investigating after North Charleston home struck by bullets (Live 5 News).
- Accident shuts down River Road in Johns Island (Live 5 News).
- Man sentenced to 20 years for shooting North Charleston cop (ABC News 4).
- Mom who drove van into ocean wants to see kids (Live 5 News).
- Life preservers tell the stories of closing Coast Guard helicopter station (Post & Courier).
- 6 rescued from sinking boat off Murrells Inlet (ABC News 4).
- Accident shuts down Hwy. 61 in near Summerville (Live 5 News).
- One dead after vehicle vs pedestrian accident on Savannah Highway (News 2).
- New Public Wi-Fi Spots Means November 10th is Wireless Workday in the Park (HCS).
- Local stores selling illegal costume contact lenses (Live 5 News).
- Participating S.C. dentists in short supply for new Medicaid dental benefits (Post & Courier).
- New technology gives Roper cancer patient hope (ABC News 4).
- Army colonel: Fort Jackson hospital not closing (News 2).
- The North Charleston Fire Department will hold its largest promotional ceremony of the year on Saturday, November 1 at 10:30am at Montague Terrace (North Charleston).
- Wando Village development moves forward (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County School District updates $200 million building project (Live 5 News).
- Ex-SC officers plead guilty to federal charge (News 2).
- Friend of crash victim questions EMS response (ABC News 4).
- Deputies: Spartanburg shoplifter swings hammer at worker in getaway (Live 5 News).
- Road reopened after deadly crash involving pedestrian (ABC News 4).
- Suspensions lifted for Coastal Carolina frats (ABC News 4).
- Charleston deputies warn of possible sweepstakes phone scam (Live 5 News).
- DHEC: SC infant mortality lowest in decades (ABC News 4).
- Report: N. Charleston man drives off with car after pulling driver out (Live 5 News).
- SC audit: Lottery-funded scholarships need review (ABC News 4).
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