- Citing ‘flawed’ process, Dylann Roof lawyers again fight to toss death penalty (Post & Courier).
- Judge sets bond for 2nd suspect arrested in reported rape at downtown party (Live 5 News).
- Watched: A Post & Courier Investigation (P&C).
- Police: Man wounded in downtown shooting (Live 5 News).
- Julia moves east, taking rain out to sea (ABC News 4).
- I-526 saga continues; county threatens legal action with Friday deadline (ABC News 4).
- 492: Josh Keeler Replaces Executive Chef Nate Whiting (HCS).
- Long-awaited grocery store could be on the way to former Shipwatch Square in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Danny Meyer, Ruth Reichl, Nancy Silverton, Vivian Howard, and Daniel Boulud all on CHS W+F guest list (Charleston City Paper).
- Revelry’s new rooftop tasting room opens tomorrow (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston’s first cat cafe one Pounce closer to opening (ABC News 4).
- What can be done to fill the Eastside’s grocery gap? (Charleston City Paper).
- Jamaican food begins to blossom in South Carolina, thanks to guest workers and New York influx (Post & Courier).
- Luke’s Craft Pizza beats all the take out competition (Charleston City Paper).
- Health Conscious Restaurant Now Open on King Street (HCS).
- Pigman Goods casing Charleston (Post & Courier).
- CHS Wine & Food Festival Ticket Launch Party 9/15 (Charleston Food Writer).
- Park Circle Welcomes Palmetto Brewing to the Neighborhood with Oktoberfest Event (HCS).
- Martin Lawrence Doin’ Time at the North Charleston PAC (HCS).
- Palmetto State poised to pounce on NCAA, ACC events (Post & Courier).
- Take Steps For Crohn’s & Colitis on 11/6 (HCS).
- Black Ink is the area’s first African-American book festival (Charleston City Paper).
- 45th Scottish Games offers music, dancing, food and brawny folks in heavy athletics (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Coach Andre Duncan (HCS).
- Kiawah triathlon, Chucktown Showdown drawing hundreds of athletes to Lowcountry this weekend (Post & Courier).
- WYLA 97.5 finds its focus in Charleston’s legit music scene (Charleston City Paper).
- 2017 Volvo Car Open Tickets Now On Sale (HCS).
- Dear Blanca’s new EP is inspired by a late uncle’s poetry (Charleston City Paper).
- ACC to relocate athletic championships from North Carolina (ABC News 4).
- Fighting for access to police files (Post & Courier).
- Charleston city council sees no need to change where hotels can go downtown (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Rev. Chris Collins (HCS).
- Folly Beach riding wave of Charleston tourism press (Post & Courier).
- McConnell’s statement is one small step for on-campus sobriety, one giant leap for The College’s image (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston County recognizes National Recovery Month to raise awareness of mental health issues and substance use disorders (Charleston County).
- News 2 trains with the Charleston PD to show what police do to save your life, their own (News 2).
- Charleston County to review federal preliminary updated flood insurance maps (Charleston County).
- Clemson professor writes open letter to Dabo Swinney (News 2).
- South Carolina helps tell African-American history at new national museum (Post & Courier).
- Museum of African American History and Culture preview (Post & Courier).
- Police seeking suspects in credit card theft, shopping spree (ABC News 4).
- Summerville woman reported missing found safe in Upstate (Post & Courier).
- Georgetown shrimpers tossed overboard in shark-filled waters recount tale of their rescue (ABC News 4).
- Deputies credit Project Lifesaver with quick discovery of missing Charleston man (Live 5 News).
- Berkeley deputies hope public can help identify motorcycle theft suspects (ABC News 4).
- Residents demand answers after ceiling collapse at N. Charleston town homes (Live 5 News).
- German auto parts maker expanding to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Pay it Forward: Montina Lee (ABC News 4).
- Expanded Panama Canal’s biggest impact, delayed by El Nino, headed toward Port of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Crews respond to vehicle fire in Awendaw (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina has $503 million in unclaimed money (News 2).
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