- In Eric Brantley shooting, worlds meet with deadly results (Post & Courier).
- Letter: Flats at Mixson residents to be forced out due to structural damage from water (ABC News 4).
- KKK flyers — with candy — left in Goose Creek yards concern some residents (ABC News 4).
- Video: Gator crawls up front door of Moncks Corner family’s home (ABC News 4).
- SC health officials report 1st case of travel-related Zika (ABC News 4).
- Judge finds probable cause; Loftis will stand trial for murder (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry Giving Day deadline extended to noon Wednesday (Live 5 News).
- Bright’s Latest Effort on Bathroom Bill Fails (WLTX).
- Slager’s attorneys object to moving trial date while emails suggest pending Fed action (ABC News 4).
- Charleston police looking for 12-year-old runaway (Live 5 News).
- Inaugural Southern Fried Chicken Challenge Set for October (HCS).
- No Beard awards for Charleston this year (Post & Courier).
- Freehouse Brewery wins silver medal for Green Door IPA (Charleston City Paper).
- Long-Standing Hookah Bar to Become Coffee Shop on Market Street (Eater Charleston).
- Downtown Home Team BBQ Launches Late Night Menu (HCS).
- HoM tries to counter staff shortage by recruiting parents (Post & Courier).
- Meeting Street Music Club Breathes New Life Into Vintage Digs (Eater Charleston).
- Dream Team at The Dewberry Brings Next-Level Concepts to Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Downsized Southern Season opening on Market Street (Post & Courier).
- Butcher & Bee Dinner Showcases Local Produce and Middle Eastern Influences (Eater Charleston).
- Edmund’s Oast Launches “Baller Bottled Beers” Night (HCS).
- Mex 1’s Cinco De Mayo Party to be Held on 5/5 (HCS).
- Scarecrow & Co. Shows Off Ann Street Interiors to Friends (Eater Charleston).
- Red Drum adopts new logo, tweaks menu (Post & Courier).
- #DrinkLocal Challenge in April for Lowcountry Local First (The Cocktail Bandits).
- Kentucky Derby 2016: Where To Party in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Edmund’s Oast to Host Italian-American Wine Dinner on Wednesday (HCS).
- Fast-Casual Salad Shop Opens Second Store in Mount Pleasant (Eater Charleston).
- Westside’s new Luke’s Craft Pizza opening soon (Charleston City Paper).
- Former La Hacienda workers reflect on wage theft judgment (Post & Courier).
- Darius Rucker to sing national anthem at 100th running of Indy 500 (Post & Courier).
- Flamingo party fallout and the disco roller derby disaster on Episode 5 of ‘Southern Charm’ (Post & Courier).
- Southern Charm S3 E5: Landon and her big ideas (Charleston City Paper).
- Southern Charm’s Landon Clements on Why She Passed on The Hills: ‘I Wasn’t Ready’ (People).
- There’s Another Southern Charm Baby on the Way (Bravo TV).
- Best of Broadway presented by Amtrak announces 2016-2017 season (North Charleston Coliseum).
- Charleston Music Hall’s Film Series Continues Through the Summer (HCS).
- Charleston Baseball Hall of Fame Seeks Nominations (Charleston RiverDogs).
- Charleston files motion to delay start of judge’s Sergeant Jasper ruling (ABC News 4).
- The Citadel’s Confederate flag came down quietly, years before current debate (Post & Courier).
- Johns Island commuters assemble petition to protest traffic (ABC News 4).
- Driver had been arrested at least 20 times before high-speed chase (Post & Courier).
- Judge’s ruling expands fired Charleston airport worker’s lawsuit (Post & Courier).
- Therapy dog feared stolen; Shelter warns owners to watch their pets (ABC News 4).
- The Post and Courier’s owner buys Columbia’s Free Times newspaper (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina’s top daily buys an alt-weekly in the state capital (Columbia Review Journal).
- Sheriff’s office releases dashcam video of high-speed chase with suspect (Live 5 News).
- CARTA route changes go into effect Sunday (ABC News 4).
- Pottery art a family tradition for ArtFields exhibitor Jason Luck (SC Now).
- Closing in on the alligator: Public hunt applications open as survey continues (Post & Courier).
- Authorities investigate after suspect stunned by police dies (News 2).
- Server capacity maxed out during Lowcountry Giving Day, briefly hinders giving efforts (ABC News 4).
- Historic Charleston Foundation honors Charleston’s hidden preservationists (Post & Courier).
- Police searching for stolen camper (Live 5 News).
- Growing Charleston airport wants more taxis (Post & Courier).
- SLED: Coroner, deputies on scene of officer-involved shooting (Live 5 News).
- #TPBTH Day 3, Meet: Laura Ellison (CHS Food Writer).
- #TPBTH Day 4, Meet: Miguel Buencamino (CHS Food Writer).
- #TPBTH Day 5, Meet: Helen Mitternight (CHS Food Writer).
- #TPBTH Day 6, Meet: Juliana Harless (CHS Food Writer).
- #TPBTH Day 7, Meet: Laurie Bohler-Park (CHS Food Writer).
- #TPBTH Day 8, Meet: Teddy Nixon (CHS Food Writer).
- Small plane leaving from Myrtle Beach crashes in New York, three killed (Live 5 News).
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