- Capitol Gains Investigation: Candidates enrich themselves with campaign cash, gifts, travel (Post & Courier).
- After close call with tornado, Johns Island neighborhood throws block party (Live 5 News).
- Clean-up continues for Johns Islanders after Friday’s tornado (ABC News 4).
- County crews expect 4 weeks of cleanup (Post & Courier).
- Charleston photographer in Trump feud over empty chair shot (Post & Courier).
- Same judge to hear cases of church shooting suspect, friend (ABC News 4).
- CofC public safety steps up patrols after two separate attacks on students (Live 5 News).
- Report: Victim tells attacker ‘You’re better than that’ (ABC News 4).
- Watch the “Parks Unknown – Charleston” Trailer (HCS).
- Inaugural “Brain Squasher” Zombie Pub Crawl Set for 10/17 (HCS).
- ‘The Rhum Chef’ Paul Yellin Brings Rum Bar to Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Charity cook-off helps support families fighting pediatric cancer (Charleston City Paper).
- New Belgium’s Clips Beer & Film Tour Returns to Charleston (HCS).
- Best Of Mount Pleasant 2016 Ballot (Mount Pleasant Magazine).
- South Carolina Food Fest in Charleston (London Unattached).
- Delish! Bakery & Bistro Moving to Former Andolini’s Space (Eater Charleston).
- The Lot Goes Cuban For Dinner on the Deck (HCS).
- Ford Fry considers Charleston expansion (Post & Courier).
- Could a Cat Cafe Pounce Into Charleston? (Eater Charleston).
- Closed for Business to Spend the Weekend Celebrating Oktoberfest (HCS).
- Sniffing out the best Vietnamese soup (Post & Courier).
- ‘Gargantuan’ Pork Shanks at The Westendorff; Wings ‘Worthy of a Fan Club’ at Smoke (Eater Charleston).
- ESPN’s College Gameday is coming to Clemson (Greenville Online).
- “So You Thought You Could Spell” Spelling Bee Part Three (HCS).
- Southern Charm Filming In Aiken (FITS News).
- North Charleston Harvest Festival & Block Party Set for October 17 (The Digitel).
- Celebrate the 22nd Race for the Cure at the ‘Tie One On’ Party (HCS).
- Panthers’ Newton crashes Halloween party for cancer-stricken boy, 10 (FOX Sports).
- Swim Around Charleston organizer hopes weather will cooperate for 12-mile, open-water swim (Post & Courier).
- Bark in the Park! Oktoberfest Scheduled for 10/19 (HCS).
- Behind the Seams: The Underdog Brett Gardner (MLB).
- Komen Lowcountry Invites You to Swing For The Cure This Weekend (HCS).
- Rhiannon Giddens on new solo path, future of Carolina Chocolate Drops & using her voice for change (Post & Courier).
- Talk Nerdy To Me (Yelp Charleston).
- Charleston Southern’s Mike Holloway earns Big South honor for performance against The Citadel (Post & Courier).
- Register to vote in Charleston-area elections by Sat. Oct. 3 (Charleston City Paper).
- County Council weighs incentives for 3 secret projects (Post & Courier).
- Refugee Crisis in Syria Raises Fears in South Carolina (New York Times).
- Powerful SC Lawmaker Staring Down Personal Scandal (FITS News).
- Mayor Joe Riley stops by the News 2 studios (News 2).
- South Carolina abortion clinics meet deadline to prevent closure (Post & Courier).
- The ice cream man, postal carriers, and paperboys can be fined under city’s panhandling law (Charleston City Paper).
- Developer wants OK to nearly double height limit in Mount Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Plan for old Charleston bridge pier being announced (ABC News 4).
- SCDOT delays Main Rd. drainage work (Live 5 News).
- Corps, Court take up contentious SC cruise terminal (ABC News 4).
- Campus Candlelight Vigil to Honor Victims of Emanuel AME Church Shootings (CofC).
- Charleston police looking for 3 women who robbed Victoria’s Secret downtown (ABC News 4).
- Hunters discover human remains in Awendaw (ABC News 4).
- Investigators arrest N. Charleston man for deadly Moncks Corner home invasion (Live 5 News).
- Old bridge pier to be painted traditional Charleston colors (ABC News 4).
- Volvo to build S60 exclusively in Berkeley County (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Garco renovation lighting up in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Boeing opens research, technology center (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Coyote sightings on the rise in Brickyard Plantation (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Andy Paras (HCS).
- One person killed during Berkeley County home invasion (ABC News 4).
- James Island man accused of sexually assaulting teen facing more charges (Live 5 News).
- Man charged with raping drunk teen, providing alcohol and cocaine (ABC News 4).
- Report: SC 7th-Worst State for Teachers (News 2).
- State OKs rate increase to cover SCE&G’s financing costs for new reactors (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Suspended license lifted at Greenville abortion clinic (Live 5 News).
- Two charged in fatal shooting at Haven Oaks (ABC News 4).
- Orangeburg Co. men sought for failing to register as sex offenders (Live 5 News).
- Coast Guard, Lowcountry agencies to conduct mass rescue exercise Wednesday (Post & Courier).
- 15 arrests made in connection with Springdale prostitution bust (Live 5 News).
- Owner of estate sale company facing multiple lawsuits after clients claim they were never paid (Live 5 News).
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