- Judge wants time to digest arguments before setting bond in Walter Scott murder case (ABC News 4).
- Walter Scott’s family reacts to new information unveiled in Slager case (Live 5 News).
- Attorneys blame North Charleston for Scott’s death, call police ‘monsters’ (Live 5 News).
- Jury selection set for Nov. 3 in hate crimes case against Charleston Church Shooter (ABC News 4).
- Stephen Colbert ‘Late Show’ Premiere Review: A Wild, Funny Night (Yahoo TV).
- Police investigating after shooting injures one in N. Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Prosecutor: Dorchester County Coroner Chris Nisbet charged with misconduct (ABC News 4).
- No credibility to 9/11 schools threat: tri-county schools officials (ABC News 4).
- NAN leaders critical after 3 Dorchester County Sheriff’s deputies cleared in fatal shooting (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry events planned to commemorate 9/11 (Live 5 News).
- Firefly Distillery backs out of planned move to North Charleston property (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- It’s a Good Ol’ Fashioned Pop Off! (HCS).
- Tokyo Crepes trading crepes for pictures (Post & Courier).
- Anthony Bourdain Will Hang With Bill Murray on ‘Parts Unknown’ Season Six (Eater).
- Charleston Beer Week showcases local and statewide beer culture with dozens of events (Post & Courier).
- The Good Catch Dinner Series Heads Southerly (HCS).
- Apartment A serves savory Mississippi tamales in a Charleston single house (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Coffee Shops With Free Wifi (Eater Charleston).
- Drinking on cue: Social groups heavily influence drinkers’ attitudes, actions (Post & Courier).
- Summerville Hosts 4th Annual Sweet Tea Festival on 9/17 (HCS).
- Football For Foodies (Yelp Charleston).
- Lewis Barbecue at Revelry Brewing, Saturday at Noon (Eater Charleston).
- Lowcountry Creamery aims to improve Charleston-area butter (Post & Courier).
- BSB Hosts Bier Dinner featuring Revelry Brewing (HCS).
- Bad Bitches, Hogs for the Cause, and Circa 1886 Happy Hour (Eater Charleston).
- Record store the Vinyl Countdown lands downtown (Charleston City Paper).
- Step Up to the Plate this Weekend for the Wounded Warrior Project (HCS).
- S. Carolina, Iowa win 1st night Miss America preliminaries (Live 5 News).
- Singer-songwriter Parker Millsap on why love and religion make people do crazy things (Charleston City Paper).
- Horny rockabilly act Phantom Playboys sure know how to hoot and holler (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina Stingrays sign Dekanich, DeBlois (Post & Courier).
- Gift of giving: Relationship, baseball leads to unexpected fundraising gift (ABC News 4).
- Second annual Charleston Water SportsFest Week to highlight water fitness activities (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Coach Candice M. Jackson (HCS).
- Poor field conditions force Burke to move home games to West Ashley (Post & Courier).
- Author Barry Lopez talks about birds, conservation, and humanity (Charleston City Paper).
- Lisa Herring offered settlement, could leave Charleston district on Friday (Post & Courier).
- Berkley County School Board fires Amy Kovach (Live 5 News).
- S.C. colleges and universities earn top rankings from U.S. News & World Report (Post & Courier).
- CCSD’s chief academic officer in talks to renegotiate contract (Post & Courier).
- Kiawah Faces Questions On Staff Salaries (The Island Connection).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Chip Limehouse (HCS).
- 6 named to panel to plan Confederate flag display (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Co. Sheriff’s Office searching for missing person (Live 5 News).
- Drug tester, pharmacist face conspiracy charges, accused of obtaining confidential records (Post & Courier).
- 911 Spanish translator delay ‘totally unacceptable,’ dispatch director says (ABC News 4).
- From paper to pixels: Historic Plat Restoration Center saving old records at risk (Post & Courier).
- High-rises, tech companies, and new city zoning could reinvent the Upper Peninsula (Charleston City Paper).
- 9/11 ceremony planned for Patriots Point (ABC News 4).
- Never forget the high cost of keeping the peace (Post & Courier).
- Working Life Series (Charleston City Paper).
- Digital Corridor launches year-round coding program through CodeCamp Kids (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Two men arrested in scheme to steal lawn mowers (News 2).
- Criminal Justice Agencies around Charleston County Join Forces in Combating Crime (Charleston County).
- Man dies after truck hits 4-wheeler (ABC News 4).
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