- Stealing Hope: The Post & Courier’s Hunt for Adoption for Prolific Adoption Scammer (Post & Courier).
- Bike lane, Sgt. Jasper plans advance during marathon city council meeting (ABC News 4).
- Order: Feds must show how church shooting affected commerce (Live 5 News).
- Firefighters battling Hock Ave. warehouse fire transported to hospitals (ABC News 4).
- Coroner request opinion from SC AG following inquest into death of toddler (News 2).
- 1 dead, 1 injured in Eutawville shooting; 2 suspects sought (ABC News 4).
- Mixson builders appeal city’s ultimatum (Charleston City Paper).
- Stephen Colbert hijacked the RNC stage Sunday as Caesar Flickerman (Charleston City Paper).
- Jury to hear wage theft lawsuit against Hyman’s (Post & Courier).
- West Ashley restaurants sued over tip out schemes (Post & Courier).
- How John Lewis gets his Texas hot guts to snap (Charleston City Paper).
- What does Sean Brock have in mind for McCrady’s Tavern? (Post & Courier).
- Feast Opens With Sandwiches, Salads, and Baked Eggs on Isle of Palms (Eater Charleston).
- Little Chef, Big Chef Takes Over High Cotton on Sept. 17 (HCS).
- Mobile Pizza Kitchen Launches in the Lowcountry (Eater Charleston).
- HōM Will Celebrate its 5th Anniversary with the HōMies (HCS).
- Journey Through the Airy Rooms at Le Farfalle (Eater Charleston).
- Caitlin McCormick takes over pastry program at FIG (Post & Courier).
- Slow Food Charleston Hosts 2nd Ark of Taste Dinner at The Bower (HCS).
- The Best Coastal Cocktail Bars (Coastal Living).
- Band of Horses Finally Playing Local Show (HCS).
- Danny McBride reveals how he recruited Bill Murray for ‘Vice Principals’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Did you spot all the Charleston sights on ‘Vice Principals’ Ep. 1? (Charleston City Paper).
- Friday Night Rivals schedule released (ABC News 4).
- Peter Frampton Brings Acoustic Tour to Charleston (HCS).
- Lowcountry lacrosse players earn All-America honors (Post & Courier).
- 25th Annual Latin American Festival Set for Oct. 2 (HCS).
- Local film company nears completion of documentary, “Backpedal,” on battles over bicycling (Post & Courier).
- Redux’s current exhibition, ‘The Talking Cure,’ is multifaceted (Charleston City Paper).
- O.A.R. Paddles into Riverfront Park for August Concert (HCS).
- Check out Deane Bowers’ Creative Reuse exhibition now through the end of July (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: WTMA’s Charlie James (HCS).
- Clinton mentions South Carolina’s black infant mortality rate in NAACP speech (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County Council will consider resolution opposing assault weapons (Charleston City Paper).
- Elliott Summey disavows support for a South Carolina ban on certain guns (Post & Courier).
- McMaster delivers nominating speech for Donald Trump (Post & Courier).
- Jeff Cook wants to sell your house if you’re moving to Canada because of Trump or Clinton (Charleston City Paper).
- Koch brothers, Sheldon Adelson boosted Haley group coffers (Post & Courier).
- Boeing, North Charleston partnership changed each other for the better (Post & Courier).
- Boeing celebrating 100 years of planes (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Councilman Will Haynie (HCS).
- Parole hearing scheduled Wednesday for man who hanged two teenage girls (Live 5 News).
- Training gap led to response delay to Citadel Beach House fire (News 2).
- Deputies take to Facebook to catch fugitive (ABC News 4).
- Woman suffers minor injury to ankle after Palmetto Carriage crash downtown (Post & Courier).
- Arrest made in 2014 Lincolnville shootout (ABC News 4).
- Plane returns to Charleston airport after smoke detected in cabin (Live 5 News).
- Motorcycle and moped thefts on the rise (News 2).
- NCPD makes arrest in recent bank robbery (ABC News 4).
- Man reports being shot at while driving to work on I-526 (Post & Courier).
- Realtor.com: Charleston area No. 1 in nation for dogs; 68% of households own one (Post & Courier).
- 2nd arrest made connected to Orangeburg chop shop investigation (ABC News 4).
- Manatees Love Folly Beach, Too! Say Hello to a Different Kind of Tourist Season (Folly Beach).
- West Ashley bees not ‘killer,’ tests say (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston man accused of sexually assaulting 11-year-old (ABC News 4).
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