- Deputies: Man surrenders after setting fire to home, threatens to hurt himself (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston police say officer who fatally shot man pulled him over because of brake light (Post & Courier).
- Shot after he took the officer’s Taser and tried to use it on him.
- Attorney: Officer who shot man Saturday believes he followed proper procedure (ABC News 4).
- Police respond to reports of shots fired in Goose Creek (ABC News 4).
- S.C. lawmaker introducing bill to protect LGBT customers (Charleston City Paper).
- Lowcountry Strawberry Festival Returns to Boone from 4/16-19 (HCS).
- Observe the Holy City From Rooftop Bar The Watch This Fall (Eater Charleston).
- There’s a Burger Brawl at The Alley (HCS).
- These Two Brothers Are Making The World Jealous of Charleston (Global Flare).
- Where to Find Soft-Shell Crabs in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston in the Spring (Gather with Me).
- High Cotton to Host 11th Annual Benefit for Communities in Schools (HCS).
- After 10 Years, Chef John Ondo Continues to Love His Work at Lana (Eater Charleston).
- Edmund’s Oast & McCarus Beverage Company Host Six-Course Tasting Dinner (HCS).
- This Saturday: Miracles For Drew (HCS).
- Footlight Players Premieres Musical ‘The Mystery of Edwin Drood’ in Charleston (The Digitel).
- Reid Stone of Guilt Ridden Troubadour says goodbye to the follies of youth (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston’s Shelby Rogers Wins Family Circle Cup Opener (Live 5 News).
- Fund the Bus Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Guster Set to Perform at the Music Hall this June (HCS).
- Redux to unveil community’s self-portraits this week (Post & Courier).
- Video: Cam Newton playing knockerball (ESPN).
- Las Olas fashion show Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- CofC Italian film fest hosting ‘Spaghetti Western Party’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Citadel pitcher James Reeves earns SoCon, national honors (Post & Courier).
- Help a local raise money for the Special Olympics during this year’s Lowcountry Splash (Special Olympics).
- Gamecocks leave Final Four with no shortage of talent, motivation for next season (Post & Courier).
- GSP: Rock band from Spartanburg involved in crash that killed 3 (WSBTV).
- Rural Route Film Festival stops in Charleston this weekend (Charleston City Paper).
- Fort Dorchester lineman John Simpson puts South Carolina, Clemson in his top 5 (Post & Courier).
- DIG SOUTH Announces Festival’s Music Lineup (HCS).
- Former Gamecock pitcher Jordan Montgomery assigned to Charleston RiverDogs (Post & Courier).
- Congressman, lawsuit: SC discriminates in higher education (ABC News 4).
- Santorum’s S.C. PAC director overcame criminal past, facing new charge (Post & Courier).
- Union rates drop in S.C. as Boeing election nears (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Central Mount Pleasant rezoning request pulled (Post & Courier).
- Downtown Charleston parents to host meeting on Burke High’s future (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Police Department hosting Twitter Town Hall meetings (Live 5 News).
- 15th annual homicide survivors’ picnic planned for Saturday at North Charleston’s Riverfront Park (Post & Courier).
- Man wanted in fatal Mt. Pleasant shooting arrested in North Carolina (Live 5 News).
- NCFD fight pallet fire on Palmetto Commerce Parkway (ABC News 4).
- The 39 other reasons why USC’s wi-fi sucks (Charleston City Paper).
- Trio arrested after meth lab discovered in Colleton County (Live 5 News).
- Suspected meth lab uncovers animal hoarding case (ABC News 4).
- Frat suspends Clemson students over racially charged party (ABC News 4).
- Florence man twisted kitten’s neck, killing it during fight over cigarettes, police say (News 2).
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