- Attorney: Slager was struck by Taser before Walter Scott was shot (ABC News 4).
- Folly Beach passes ban on plastic bags, balloons, Styrofoam (Live 5 News).
- Hanahan woman dies in house fire (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Named a Top U.S. City for 6th Straight Year (HCS).
- Documents, pretrial testimony give officer’s most detailed account yet of Walter Scott shooting (Post & Courier).
- Suspect responsible for I-26 crash charged with DUI (Live 5 News).
- Man found dead in a North Charleston parking lot (News 2).
- Summerville man sentenced to life for ordering shooting of federal witness (Post & Courier).
- Washington Post recommends Charleston as a place to be when the sun ‘disappears’ (Post & Courier).
- Charleston restaurants take pledge to become ocean friendly (ABC News 4).
- Members of the Gullah Geechee community call Revelry Brewing’s Gullah Cream Ale appropriation (Charleston City Paper).
- City of Charleston launches produce stand to fill downtown BI-LO void (Live 5 News).
- CO Launches New Happy Hour Menu (HCS).
- Home Team BBQ Celebrates 10 Years in Charleston with Block Party & Specials (HCS).
- Marvel at ‘Glori-Fried’ Chicken and 15-Cent Beer on Swamp Fox’s Throwback Menu (Eater Charleston).
- Glass Onion Celebrates “Goatober” with Special Dinner on October 26th (HCS).
- Emily Hahn Calling Out Other Contestants In Latest ‘Top Chef’ Teaser (Eater Charleston).
- Steve Palmer and Mickey Bakst start F&B support group for drug and alcohol addiction (Charleston City Paper).
- Get a “Taste of the World” on November 3rd (HCS).
- Early Word on Ann Street Newcomer Scarecrow (Eater Charleston).
- Holy City Brewing and COAST say ‘no more dogs’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Jeremiah Bacon Lands on Cookbook Cover (Eater Charleston).
- BevCon Schedules 2017 Return (HCS).
- The Week in Openings, Including West Ashley’s New Caribbean Spot (Eater Charleston).
- John Currence Stops By The Daily For Breakfast (Eater Charleston).
- Chez Nous Now Accepts Reservations (Eater Charleston).
- November Block Party Marks the Beginning of Buy Local Month (HCS).
- Masquerade Gala Returns to Drayton Hall (HCS).
- Joseph Coker gets musical (Charleston City Paper).
- Fill Restaurant & Piano Bar Hosts Two Halloween Parties (HCS).
- Stingrays fall 4-3 in overtime on opening night (ABC News 4).
- Charleston’s Super Gyro (Yelp Charleston).
- An Insider’s Guide to a Stylish Weekend in Charleston (Architectural Digest).
- Citadel OT win over Wofford gives Bulldogs first 7-0 start in school history (ABC News 4).
- The Southern celebrates LGBTQI of color at Spirit Day: True colors, true spirit tomorrow (Charleston City Paper).
- Week 9 Lowcountry High School Football Scores, Vids, Pics & More (Live 5 News).
- Christine Roman’s pet portraits to benefit Toby’s Fund (Charleston City Paper).
- Bentley gets first career start for Gamecocks, leads team to 34-28 win over UMass (ABC News 4).
- PHOTOS: Band of Horses at North Charleston PAC 10/19/16 (Charleston City Paper).
- Watch 4K footage of Phish’s October 2016 North Charleston shows (Charleston City Paper).
- American College of the Building Arts opens new campus (Post & Courier).
- Road work on Spring, Cannon streets expected to continue for the next several months (ABC News 4).
- Sex offenders will have a Halloween curfew (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Dimitri Cherny and Thomas Dixon (HCS).
- Charleston County and City of Charleston Partner to Reduce Food Waste (Charleston County).
- Family of Jacob Hall asks for law to have armed officers at SC schools (ABC News 4).
- Disaster officials opening recovery center in Marion County to help hurricane victims (ABC News 4).
- Dope Sick in the Holy City (Charleston City Paper).
- Black TV reporter stands up to racial slurs in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Charleston boy raises thousands to help Louisiana family devastated by flood (ABC News 4).
- Owners of bankrupt Naval Hospital project want to sell parts of property (Post & Courier).
- Orangeburg residents look for assistance two weeks after Hurricane Matthew (ABC News 4).
- The ARK Hosts Free Memory Screenings in November (HCS).
- VIDEO: Gator busted for jaywalking on Ladson Road (ABC News 4).
- Family desperately trying to raise money for son with rare tumor (Live 5 News).
- From landfill to ‘Lorelei,’ get a sneak peek at the new Laurel Island (ABC News 4).
- Dilapidated Cannon Street house faces more neglect after BAR denies demolition (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Meteorologist Dave Williams (HCS).
- 1 dead, 1 injured after I-26 crash in Dorchester County (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Meteorologist Emily Gracey (HCS).
- Police looking for witnesses after man is fatally shot leaving street race (Post & Courier)
- Passenger killed after driver crashes car down embankment (News 2).
- Long-running Harris Teeter gas card promotion will soon end (Post & Courier).
- Car fatally hit woman in Dorchester County (News 2).
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