- Two high-profile Charleston cases scheduled to begin trial simultaneously (News 2).
- One of Mixson’s first residents lasted only two months (Post & Courier).
- Live 5 News and Select Health of South Carolina Present “Emanuel AME: One Year Later” (The Digitel).
- FBI: Brittanee Drexel was held against her will, killed in McClellanville area (ABC News 4).
- Police search for chase suspect off Highway 78 near Lincolnville (ABC News 4).
- 9 arrested, hundreds of thousands in pills and cash seized in Charleston drug bust (ABC News 4).
- King of Pops says thanks with free pops this Saturday (Charleston City Paper).
- Who Owns Southern Food? (Oxford American).
- “Top Chef” judge says show won’t skirt history (Post & Courier).
- James Beard Foundation’s Taste America Tour Returns to Charleston (HCS).
- Harold’s Cabin serves quirky food that works (Post & Courier).
- The Fall of the Palmetto Brewery . . . and the Rise of Germania (Robert Moss).
- Tequila Thursdays are Back at SOL Southwest Kitchen & Tequila Bar (HCS).
- Brick restaurant expected to reopen three years after fire (ABC News 4).
- 50th anniversary of ‘The Post-Courier Cookbook’ a cause for remembering influential food editor Charlotte Walker (Post & Courier).
- #TPBTH: Meet Candice Herriott (CHS Food Writer).
- Brazilianuts hoping to get Charleston hooked on tapioca (Post & Courier).
- Charleston’s Burger Bender (Yelp Charleston).
- CofC Student Competes on American Ninja Warrior (CofC).
- Charleston’s indie game developers and looking beyond what’s possible (Charleston City Paper).
- What Tattoo Is Cameran Eubanks Getting Removed? (Bravo).
- CSO goes pop with Ben Folds Orchestra Experience (Post & Courier).
- June Fishing Report (Folly Beach).
- Reflections on 10 years of ‘Charleston for Morons’ (Post & Courier).
- Dorante to Lead Southern Division All-Star Team (Charleston RiverDogs).
- RiverDogs Center Fielder Hendrix Named SAL Player of the Week (Charleston RiverDogs).
- RiverDogs to Participate in The Community Enhancement Coalition’s Presentation of “Advancing the Conversation” Event (Charleston RiverDogs).
- RiverDogs, Charleston Recreation Department Join in MLB & USA Baseball’s ‘PLAY BALL’ Initiative (Our Sports Central).
- Registration Open for 17th Annual Race for the ARK (HCS).
- NFL Draft picks from Clemson amass $20 million in guaranteed contracts (Post & Courier).
- Local musicians pay tribute to their hero with Prince concert (Post & Courier).
- ‘‘The Old Guys’’ offers comedic improvisation, but never insults (Post & Courier).
- For South Carolina women and Democrats, Clinton’s historic ascent is personal (Post & Courier).
- Mark Sanford, Jenny Horne face off in ETV debate (Post & Courier).
- Gov. Nikki Haley holds ceremonial signing of 20-week abortion ban (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston PD Accepts “The Running Man Challenge” (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Harry Lesesne (HCS).
- Public bathrooms to open at Hazel Parker Playground for a 30-day trial run (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Christopher “Poppa Smurf” Cason (HCS).
- Building height limits slashed at Mt. Pleasant town council, heads to planning commission (Live 5 News).
- Proposed Budget to Address Growth in Charleston County (Charleston County).
- Charleston County Offers a Free Planning Workshop for Small Business Owners (Charleston County).
- Citadel settles suit from cadet who says he was bound, gagged, struck in groin (Post & Courier).
- Police: North Charleston man shoots at moving car, hits 62-year-old neighbor lying in bed (Post & Courier).
- 2 Air National Guard pilots eject after midair collision (Live 5 News).
- Officials to renew appeal for help 7 years after Brittanee Drexel vanished (Post & Courier).
- Surfer says shark bit, broke his board at Folly (ABC News 4).
- Isle of Palms woman who killed husband sentenced to at least 15 years in prison (Post & Courier).
- New Meeting Street mega-hotel takes a step forward (Post & Courier).
- Get on Board with #DumpThePumpCHS (CARTA).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: The Denzel Curnell Family (HCS).
- Coast Guard, CCSO respond to boat in distress near Charleston Harbor (Live 5 News).
- Small earthquake detected near Summerville (Post & Courier).
- Double Trouble: Turtle released 2 years ago back at hospital (ABC News 4).
- #TPBTH Day 39, Meet: Zac Chambers (CHS Food Writer).
- Wal-Mart ending ad-matching policy at 500 stores, including all in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Blackbaud opening Toronto office, Charleston tech firm’s first in Canada (Post & Courier).
- DNA challenge of conviction in Summerville rape, murder continues after Supreme Court ruling (Post & Courier).
- Sandlapper Earns 2016 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence (Sandlapper Tours).
- SC woman tried to strangle herself with bra strap in effort to avoid jail, deputies say (News 2).
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