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- First football practice for Summerville HS without longtime Coach John McKissick (News 2).
- 5th Annual Gimme Shelter fundraiser Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Twist it, turn it: Rubik’s Cube championship this weekend (ABC News 4).
- Veteran forward Kyle Kraemer signs with Stingrays (Post & Courier).
- Former BCSD spokesperson faces judge for ethics charges (ABC News 4).
- S.C. attorney general hands off portion of Statehouse corruption probe to special prosecutor (Post & Courier).
- SC GOP legislators seek audit of money to Planned Parenthood (ABC News 4).
- Charleston mother pleads to make Ravenel Bridge safer (Live 5 News).
- CCSO investigating suspicious package near mailbox (ABC News 4).
- Alternative energy event in Charleston celebrates late Jerry Zucker, new innovators (Post & Courier).
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- Silver Alert issued for NC man who may be headed to coast (Live 5 News).
- Owner of 3 dogs muzzled with duct tape surrenders dogs to shelter (ABC News 4).
- Bacons Bridge Road work begins Sundayv (Live 5 News).
- Man arrested for North Charleston K-Mart robbery (ABC News 4).
- Summerville man pays off house, gives rest to charity after winning lottery (Live 5 News).
- Seneca police mum about officer who shot teen (Post & Courier).
- SC firefighters come together to honor colleague who died (News 2).
- Proposed East Bay apartments to add to hundreds of others coming to peninsular Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Report: Woman burns down farm, vehicles causing nearly $200k worth of damage (Live 5 News).
- Dispelling myths about shark bites (News 2).
- Hill-Rom closing its longtime North Charleston campus (Post & Courier).
- Group calls for removal of ‘In God We Trust’ bumper stickers from law enforcement vehicles (News 2).
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