- CCSO: North Charleston police officer shoots man who cut deputy (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina House passes domestic violence reform measure (Post & Courier).
- Money is being raised for Lt. Will Rogers (GoFundMe).
- Summerville Will Attempt to Break “World’s Largest Iced Tea” World Record (HCS).
- Graze brings fresh local flavors to Summerville’s strip-mall thoroughfare (Charleston City Paper).
- New general manager aims to make The Grocery one of Charleston’s best restaurants (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Brown Water Society Brings Back the Summer BBQ Invitational (HCS).
- 12 Cocktails to Drink in Charleston Right Now (The Daily Meal).
- Eat Here En Route to CHS Airport: Summer Edition (Eater Charleston).
- The Ordinary quiets down with new array of acoustic tiles (Post & Courier).
- Nana’s remembers delivery driver Billy Blue (Post & Courier).
- Stingrays one step closer to The Kelly Cup, lead series 3-0 (News 2).
- Charleston Battery blanks Miami United in second round of U.S. Open Cup (Post & Courier).
- Bill Murray Takes a Drunken Tumble During MSNBC Appearance (HCS).
- Spoleto gives Cavalli opera its first performance in 350 years (Charleston City Paper).
- Wando wins first state baseball championship (Post & Courier).
- Charleston to Host 2015 CAA Baseball Championship (CofC Sports).
- The Last Five Years takes an unconventional approach to the love story (Charleston City Paper).
- Mepkin Abbey to host concert of Bach’s Cantata 51, Rachmaninoff’s Vocalise, Fauré’s Requiem (Charleston City Paper).
- On stage this week: Josh Roberts & The Hinges, Susto, Jordan Igoe, Johnny Delaware (Post & Courier).
- Summerville High Softball team counting on chemistry in state championships (Live 5 News).
- Southeastern Beard and Mustache Championship back for sixth year this weekend (Post & Courier).
- Rhiannon Giddens Takes the CMH Stage in September (HCS).
- Thomas Ravenel Regrets Breaking Up With Baby Momma On Facebook (FITSNews).
- Supportive organization for breast cancer patients to host Memorial Weekend Party (Post & Courier).
- Blackbeard’s Cove Hosts a 9th Anniversary Celebration on June 7th (HCS).
- Group yoga event aims to raise $13,000 for local substance abuse programs (Post & Courier).
- Charleston’s storied mayor reflects on 40 years in office, what compelled him to get involved (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry lawmakers lay the groundwork for decriminalizing medical marijuana (Post & Courier).
- Stegelin: Transparency police (Charleston City Paper).
- Police: Suspect wore a GPS ankle monitor during fatal Mother’s Day shooting (ABC News 4).
- Charleston quickly overtaking Columbia as SC’s largest city (Live 5 News).
- Dispatch: Reported structure fire in downtown Charleston extinguished (Live 5 News).
- Cane Bay High School listed cheap in Craigslist ad (ABC News 4).
- Here’s the link (as long as it hasn’t been taken down yet).
- Person rescued off Isle of Palms Tuesday (ABC News 4).
- New SC State Board of Trustees to meet for the 1st time (Live 5 News).
- Hanahan police capture gator under parked car (Live 5 News).
- West Ashley man accused of ripping off car boot, throwing it at officer (Live 5 News).
- Attorney: Bryant Heyward paralyzed, fighting for life after shooting (ABC News 4).
- Goose Creek police looking for woman they say used stolen debit card (Post & Courier).
- New military physical therapy clinic opening in Goose Creek (Live 5 News).
- Coroner releases name of Mount Pleasant woman struck by car (ABC News 4).
- SC Ranks 2nd in Nation for Rural Road Fatality Rate (WLTX).
- Remains found in 2012 finally identified as Orangeburg teen (ABC News 4).
- Man charged with sexually assaulting a three-year-old (Live 5 News).
- Police respond to CDV call, make meth arrests (ABC News 4).
- Power outage affects more than 3,000 customers (News 2).
- Store owner says faulty lottery machines cost him money (ABC News 4).
- Report: Woman spray-painted ‘So What?’ on Confederate memorial (Live 5 News).
- Summerville police get body cams thanks to anonymous donor (ABC News 4).
- 11 C-17 jets to leave Charleston AFB all at once in exercise Thursday morning (Post & Courier).
- State’s DNR officials work to make sure Lowcountry’s terrapin population stays strong (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: Facing the chicken (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston’s Bradford Consulting launches new crowdfunding site (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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