- Drought conditions intensifying across South Carolina, including some tri-county areas (Post & Courier).
- Two men dead after double homicide on Buist Avenue (Live 5 News).
- Pedestrian struck and killed on Highway 17-A in Summerville (Live 5 News).
- Coroner identifies pedestrian killed (ABC News 4).
- Standoffs in North Charleston, Mount Pleasant resolved peacefully (ABC News 4).
- Police: Missing Charleston woman diagnosed with dementia (Live 5 News).
- Search continues for two missing North Charleston fishermen (Post & Courier).
- 7-foot alligator removed from Pawleys Island surf Sunday (ABC News 4).
- Has Bishopville’s ‘lizard man’ returned? New video surfaces in case (ABC News 4).
- Social Media Reacts (ABC News 4).
- Little Chef Big Chef Challenge Heads to 492 on 9/21 (HCS).
- Quick Bite: 15 Minutes with John Lewis (Charleston Magazine).
- New Stereo 8 Chef Jeffrey Stoneberger dishes on his plans for the restaurant (Charleston City Paper).
- Strong spring shrimp crop a good sign for fall (Post & Courier).
- The Grape Stomping Festival Returns on 8/29 (HCS).
- The Grocery’s GM leaving for Marta in NYC (Post & Courier).
- Party on, Abe: Illinois named top party school in the US, CofC #20 (ABC News 4).
- Shem Creek shrimpers grapple with impending life raft requirement (Post & Courier).
- The Inspectors, which films in Charleston, will premiere on October 3rd (TV Insider).
- Gaillard Center seeking volunteer ushers (Charleston City Paper).
- Darius Rucker Releases Music Video For “Southern Style” (HCS).
- Concert paying tribute to victims of Emanuel AME Church shooting to feature new composition (Post & Courier).
- Roast & Toast of Summerville Mayor Scheduled for 8/13 (HCS).
- Charleston Pride Parade Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Pride Rally at Brittlebank Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Theater review: The Transcendents is brought to vibrant life by Village Rep (Charleston City Paper).
- Counting Crows to perform on Daniel Island after return to roots with latest album (Post & Courier).
- Switch To Five Classes Proposed By SCHSL (Live 5 News).
- Sol Slam Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Season Two of “Talent Freaks” Debuts at the Music Hall (HCS).
- Citadel hopes for Allen-Jackson duo on offense (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant’s Anne Ahern Moore finishes colder-than-usual Norseman triathlon in Norway (Post & Courier).
- What Lindsey Graham Has in Common With Vikki Carr (Bloomberg).
- Graham says he can win New Hampshire – and McCain agrees (Live 5 News).
- Sen. Graham moved up in Air Force Reserve ranks despite light duties (Washington Post).
- Some Americans refuse to give up on Confederate flag (ABC News 4).
- The taxman drinketh: 43% of South Carolina beer sales goes to state, feds (Post & Courier).
- Gov. Haley awards the Rev. Dr. Goff Order of the Palmetto (South Strand News).
- SC Ports again seek federal permit for cruise terminal (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: The Tinklers (HCS).
- Mount Pleasant to hear results of study on growth management plan (Post & Courier).
- The 16 elected officials (including Gov. Haley) who scored invites to the Koch brothers’ donor retreat (Washington Post).
- Berkeley superintendent candidates a ‘strong bunch’ (Post & Courier).
- BCSD plans receptions for superintendent finalists (ABC News 4).
- Riley names new city planning director (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Ashley River bridge bike lane meeting set for Aug. 27 (Post & Courier).
- Haley requests flags at half staff Tuesday in honor of fallen deputy (Live 5 News).
- State rationing of death certificates creates a challenge for grieving S.C. families (Post & Courier).
- Low number of black S.C. physicians sparks concerns (Post & Courier).
- Reward for info in cold case increased to $10K (ABC News 4).
- Pull Over: Practice of pretext police stops under fire (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry manners trump sea turtle heckling (Post & Courier).
- Emanuel AME victims memorialized in granite by Pennsylvania artist (ABC News 4).
- Suicide jumpers on rise as mother calls for higher barrier on southbound Ravenel Bridge (Post & Courier).
- Citadel Mall Collecting School Supplies for the Teachers’ Supply Closet (HCS).
- Kong donates hundreds of toys to Charleston Animal Society (News 2).
- Owner of 3 dogs muzzled charged with animal cruelty (ABC News 4).
- Homes, retail and business park envisioned for Spring Grove near Ravenel (Post & Courier).
- New college head faces lowest graduation rate for SC campus (Live 5 News).
- Update on Tyreik Gadsden: Still in good spirits, smiling (News 2).
- Southwest Airlines gears up for daily Charleston-Dallas service (Post & Courier).
- BCSO seeking information in 1994 murder of former marine (Live 5 News).
- A praise service held for rescued boaters (News 2).
- Another good year for SC’s $18 billion tourism industry (ABC News 4).
- Charleston has most Airbnb listings in South Carolina, firm says (Post & Courier).
- After one water rescue canceled, another called in (ABC News 4).
- Man in custody after Orangeburg Co. shooting sends three to the hospital (Live 5 News).
- Tax-free weekend offers back-to-school shoppers chance to save (Post & Courier).
- Lanes blocked on Highway 78 in Summerville after dump truck overturns (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston police arrest suspect in pharmacy robbery (Post & Courier).
- Coroner identifies victim in single-car accident in Green Pond (Live 5 News).
- The Iron Yard grows Lowcountry footprint (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Water disasters spotlight importance of Lowcountry lifeguards (Live 5 News).
- Goose Creek fire trucks to get better radios (Post & Courier).
- Twitter user identifies ocean oddity washed up on SC shore (Live 5 News).
- Authorities asking for help identifying burglary suspects in Georgetown County (News 2).
- Deputies searching Lake Murray for missing person (Live 5 News).
- One killed in after car hits trees, flips (ABC News 4).
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