- Summerville police: One dead in Cedar Street shooting (ABC News 4).
- Charleston police chief: Roaming pack of teens responsible for assaults, armed robbery (ABC News 4).
- Several cars, building struck by gunfire in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Police from Hanahan, North Charleston respond to shots fired call near Northwoods Mall (ABC News 4).
- One transported to hospital following shooting at N. Charleston neighborhood (Live 5 News).
- Groups vow to protest until Wilson steps away from Slager case (Live 5 News).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans: 5/1 – 5/3/15 (HCS).
- Winning peanut butter-and-jelly wing headed for Paisano’s menu (Post & Courier).
- Your Guide to Charleston’s New Restaurants: Spring 2015 (The Daily Meal).
- Lights and Booths Are In At Chick’s Fry House (Eater Charleston).
- Fuel Included on “America’s Best Tacos” List (HCS).
- The Nat Fuller feast opens a new chapter in Charleston’s forgotten culinary history (Charleston City Paper).
- Halls Chophouse owner buys Maverick Southern Kitchens (ABC News 4).
- Letter Announces Halls Chophouse Acquired Maverick Southern Kitchens (Eater Charleston).
- A backyard pepper farmer enters the culinary world (Charleston City Paper).
- Cinco de Mayo Doubles as Lowcountry Giving Day at HoM (HCS).
- Fast Casual Concept Wok Box Moving to Summerville (Eater Charleston).
- Museum street party to celebrate with French cuisine (Live 5 News).
- Johns Island gets first-of-its-kind commercial kitchen (Charleston City Paper).
- 27 Places for Great Shrimp & Grits in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Lowcountry cops to run 128 miles to Columbia to kick off Special Olympics (Live 5 News).
- First Flush Festival Adds More Bands to 2015 Lineup (HCS).
- Spirits and Salsa: An Evening of Dancing at Striped Pig Distillery (Charleston Grit).
- The weekend in theater: April 30-May 3 (Charleston City Paper).
- Southern Charm’s Thomas Ravenel Blames Andy Cohen for Failed U.S. Senate Campaign (People).
- How a childhood without healthy food led Chris Miller to create an urban garden at Mixson (Charleston City Paper).
- Dragon Boats Festival Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- It’s official! PGA Championship to return to Kiawah Island in 2021 (Live 5 News).
- 2015 Party in the Park Lineup Announced (HCS).
- Gamecocks’ Davis, Anderson join Ellington in San Francisco, while Robinson goes to Detroit (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Bike Month is Underway (HCS).
- Photo Gallery: 98 Rockfest (Facebook).
- Watch Hootie & The Blowfish Play “Hold My Hand” on Letterman (HCS).
- Special Olympics games kicking off at Fort Jackson (News 2).
- Wong’s Asian Bistro in North Charleston closes doors (Post & Courier).
- M.o.M Event: Truck Push/Pull Competition (HCS).
- South Carolina College Student Finds Success as Taylor Swift Cover Artist (People).
- Taking Flight Comic Book Show Back at The Sparrow on 5/9 for 9th Event (HCS).
- While SC tourism booming, golf lagging (ABC News 4).
- RiverDogs’ “Run, Forrest, Run” 5K Race Scheduled for 5/16 (HCS).
- Shark Shallows exhibit Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Rocky D (HCS).
- At home in South Carolina, Graham tips hand on 2016 run (ABC News 4).
- In South Carolina, GOP hopefuls run against Obama, terrorism (AP).
- Matt Moore gets 2nd 2-year term as SC Republican chairman (ABC News 4).
- Endorsement-For-Hire Scam Alleged In SC Sheriff’s Race (FITS News).
- Body camera proposal meets key deadline, heads to House (Post & Courier).
- Donations from duplicate addresses pour into mayoral race (Charleston City Paper).
- 5 presidential hopefules visiting S.C. this weekend (Post & Courier).
- Proposed cellphone fee passes Senate on tight vote (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County school officials propose property tax hike to raise $22.4 million (Post & Courier).
- Senate passes expanded autism coverage over Obamacare objection (Post & Courier).
- Nonprofit human milk bank opening in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Wednesday rainfall totals break 1959 record, brings second wettest day of the year (Post & Courier).
- Local artist sends non-violent message to Baltimore (ABC News 4).
- Be mom’s fave this Mother’s Day with these local gifts (Charleston Grit).
- Power restored in Moncks Corner following equipment failure (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Animal Society asks you to vote for area’s hottest firefighter (ABC News 4).
- Authorities: Arrest made after car strikes fire truck in Hollywood (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston man gets 15 years for firing shots during attempted robbery (Post & Courier).
- #LifttheLowcountry beefs up donations on Lowcountry Giving Day (ABC News 4).
- Colleton County marijuana farmer sentenced to five years (Post & Courier).
- Crews on scene after sewer line overflows on Dorchester Road (ABC News 4).
- Unanimous support to rename federal courthouse for Judge J. Waties Waring (Post & Courier).
- 40 Under 40 nominations are open (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Grimke sisters to be honored in a city they grew to loathe (Post & Courier).
- Arrest made following a shooting in Downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Unattended cooking suspected in fire that destroyed 6-unit apartment building in Hanahan (Post & Courier).
- Veteran of three wars, 91, honored in Berkeley County (ABC News 4).
- New sentencing hearing begins for man convicted of killing trooper in Goose Creek (Live 5 News).
- More bus riders needed: You go first (Post & Courier).
- Beaufort County may lead call for earlier school start date (ABC News 4).
- Meet Charleston’s new indie collective (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County EMS receives American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline EMS Recognition Award (Moultrie News).
- 14-year-old boy shot to death in home in Longs (Post & Courier).
- Helicopter will be used in construction near Don Holt Bridge starting Monday (ABC News 4).
- Duck Derby fills Reedy River with thousands of rubber ducks (Live 5 News).
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