- Bond set at $100k for 17-year-old accused in brutal Charleston assaults (Live 5 News).
- 911 calls describe terror caused by mob rampage in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Senate gives initial OK to body cameras, but cost, privacy remain concerns (Post & Courier).
- The Citadel concludes hazing investigation, confirms 19 cases (Post & Courier).
- Charleston reacts to Baltimore turmoil (News 2).
- Baltimore native: My heart is just breaking for my hometown (Live 5 News).
- Charleston City Council requires Uber drivers to buy business licenses, taxis can raise rates (Post & Courier).
- Huriyali Juices sets up shop on Huger Street (Charleston City Paper).
- Help fight hunger by just going to your mailbox (ABC News 4).
- Basil owner dishes on his new brewery and Park Circle restaurant (Charleston City Paper).
- HoM’s “Rest of” Party is Wednesday (HCS).
- Husk Bar Manager Roderick Hale Weaver Shares His Whey With Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Sol Presents: Tequila Thursdays and a 6-Day Cinco de Mayo Celebration (HCS).
- New Moon rises up as The Loophole (Post & Courier).
- After 15 years at the door, Silver Dollar’s bouncer Calhoun Hendricks retires (Charleston City Paper).
- Cocktails, Chocolate, and Charcuterie: A Night of Local Artisans this Friday (HCS).
- Tainted ice cream raises larger questions about food safety (Post & Courier).
- Which Cuisine is Charleston Lacking? (Eater Charleston).
- Rosebank Farms Stand finds new home, but Kiawah kerfuffle continues (Charleston City Paper).
- Paul McCartney to Perform in Columbia this June (HCS).
- Southern Charm recap: Founders’ Ball a fiasco for T-Rav and Kathryn (Lowcountry Current).
- Southern Charm Recap S2 E6: Keeping up appearances (Charleston City Paper).
- Founders’ Ball spells trouble — again — for Thomas and Kathryn on “Southern Charm” (Post & Courier).
- Unseen Footage: The Whitney/Thomas Fight Continues (Bravo).
- Will Delaware have “Southern Charm”? (Delaware Online).
- Go Inside Cooper’s Founders’ Ball (Bravo).
- Charleston Social: Is Thomas Ravenel done with Southern Charm? (ABC News 4).
- The Milk Carton Kids Take the CMH Stage on 11/10 (HCS).
- Wando boys roll to state lacrosse championship (Post & Courier).
- Spend a “Night at the Races” this Saturday (HCS).
- Freshman leads the way for CSU golf team’s entry into NCAA tournament (ABC News 4).
- Comedian Rollin Jay Moore Performs at Ms. Rose’s on May 2 (HCS).
- PGA Championship a boon to all golf in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Colleen Condon among those outside Supreme Court for same-sex marriage arguments (ABC News 4).
- City Council defers hammock bans in parks (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston President McConnell: Bond bill is ‘overdue’ (Post & Courier).
- SiriusXM radio host and SC politicians discuss Walter Scott case (News 2).
- Rep. Carl Anderson fined, reprimanded for alleged campaign account problems (Post & Courier).
- Treasurer Loftis names Unclaimed Property director (SC.Gov).
- Mt. Pleasant native on Everest when Nepal quake hit (ABC News 4).
- National Medal of Honor Museum plans progressing (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Non-stop flights to Seattle, WA coming to Charleston International Airport (Live 5 News).
- Tow-away signs posted in downtown Historic District (Live 5 News).
- Charleston nurse’s strike icon Mary Moultrie passes away (Live 5 News).
- Thousands rally against unfair pay (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Jennifer Hawes and Glenn Smith (HCS).
- Public hearing set for potential major development in West Ashley (Live 5 News).
- Doggy Day at The Citadel relieves stress during exam week (Post & Courier).
- DD2 discusses possibility of changing security in the district (Live 5 News).
- Charleston entrepreneur Steve Swanson ’89 will be the commencement speaker during the College of Charleston’s graduation ceremonies (CofC).
- Lowcountry homeless shelter receives $50,000 grant (Live 5 News).
- News 2 Investigates: Broken Buses.
- County Recognizes International Compost Awareness Week, May 3-9 (Moultrie News).
- Live 5 News Most Wanted fugitive captured after viewer recognizes wanted man (Live 5 News).
- New non-stop flight from Charleston to Seattle announced (ABC News 4).
- Who will be Charleston’s next Man and Woman of the Year? (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Carnival to replace only SC-based cruise ship in 2016 (Live 5 News).
- Carolinas Medical Center treating patient with Ebola-like symptoms (Charlotte Observer).
- Goose Creek man killed following accident involving bicycle, SUV (Live 5 News).
- James Island man convicted of animal neglect; ‘Miles’ in custody of CAS (Live 5 News).
- Dorchester County working to improve EMS response times (News 2).
- Prison for police who used Taser on mentally disabled woman (Live 5 News).
- SC State announces $100K donation as board continues to shrink (ABC News 4).
- SC woman charged after fake kidnapping, sheriff say (News 2).
- Sen. Allen discusses hit-and-run injuring 7-year-old boy (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County assistant sheriff named president of American Jail Association (ABC News 4).
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