- Bill requiring body cameras for SC cops advances to Senate floor (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police investigating report of shots fired in West Ashley (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Police Department needs your help finding suspect in burglary (News 2).
- P&C Pulitzer winner explains why she left journalism for public relations (Charleston City Paper).
- Police: Tip leads investigators to possible vehicle in fatal Goose Creek hit and run (Live 5 News).
- Officials: SC teen planned attack on military base, joining ISIS (Live 5 News).
- Ballast Point Brewing Event Tomorrow at Edmund’s Oast (HCS).
- Senor Tequila restaurant owner charged with obstruction, false statements (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Short Grain food truck brings Japanese food to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Famulari’s Pizzeria Hoists Signage at West Ashley Location (Eater Charleston).
- LAPS to Benefit from Sol’s Kitchen Karma (HCS).
- Crabbers say soft shell catch falling far below norm (Post & Courier).
- Halls Chophouse Hosts the Orin Swift Winery Dinner this Saturday (HCS).
- Lobster Roll Night at The Granary Got a Little Crazy (Eater Charleston).
- Caviar & Bananas Introduces New Spring Salads (HCS).
- Worker shortage temporarily shuts La Pizzeria (Post & Courier).
- Básico Releases New Spring Menu (HCS).
- Southern Charm Recap S2 E6: He’s just not that into you (Charleston City Paper).
- Kathryn gets distracted with Craig as Shep turns 35 in this week’s ‘Southern Charm’ (Post & Courier).
- The Lee Bros. sign TV show deal (Charleston City Paper).
- Big Moves on Final Day as Sperry Charleston Race Week Wraps Up (CRBJ BizWire).
- The Latest SoCal Block Party is this Friday (HCS).
- Catching up with North Charleston’s Corey Washington (ABC News 4).
- Lott named to S.C. Literary Hall of Fame (CRBJ BizWire).
- The Alley Hosts “The Graduation Party” on May 12th (HCS).
- SCHSL reclassification vote set for Tuesday; controversial proposal affecting private schools also up for vote (843 Sports).
- 2015 Bodhi’s Revenge SUP Ocean Race on Folly Beach: Sun, Surf, and Camaraderie (Charleston Grit).
- Lowcountry MLB MiLB Update (Live 5 News).
- College of Charleston basketball players help enlist bone marrow donors (ABC News 4).
- Hillary Clinton to campaign in South Carolina in May (Post & Courier).
- Light turnout in Berkeley County for candidate-heavy sheriff’s race (ABC News 4).
- 10 percent voter turnout expected (Post & Courier).
- Public gives feedback on bringing new public transportation to the Lowcountry (Live 5 News).
- House panel OKs conccealed-carry reciprocity with Georgia (Post & Courier).
- City initiative could lead to far smaller buildings on the Sergeant Jasper site (Post & Courier).
- Developers gearing up to fight proposed Mount Pleasant growth plan (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Paperwork mistake leads to release of assault suspect at Charleston County jail (ABC News 4).
- Firefighter injured in downtown Charleston structure fire (Live 5 News).
- Scientists, officials look at making a more resilient Charleston on Earth Day (Post & Courier).
- Suspect pleads guilty to lesser charges in 2012 murder case (ABC News 4).
- Company considers Berkeley County for manufacturing site, 4,000 jobs (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- New group aims to raise $2 million for initiatives in the African American community (Live 5 News).
- College of Charleston students donate books to juvenile detention center library (Post & Courier).
- SCE&G to shutter 9 business offices across S.C. (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Couple in Charleston apartment complex charged with possession of heroin (Post & Courier).
- CCSD hopes to name new superintendent by July (Live 5 News).
- Hearing begins for accused kidnappers in Mexican drug cartel case (ABC News 4).
- Opting out of tests could impact school funding (News 2).
- Final phase of Berlin G. Myers Parkway construction to begin next year (Live 5 News).
- Authorities identify 54-year-old man killed in Ravenel crash (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry fire department benefits from $186,000 grant (Live 5 News).
- Another SC coastal town opposing offshore drilling (ABC News 4).
- CCSD Board: Bell Schedule is ‘Case of a Jigsaw puzzle’ (Live 5 News).
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