- Buc Alert: Knife-wielding clown chased woman at apartment complex near CSU (ABC News 4).
- The search for sand, beaches face rising costs, depleting supply (Post & Courier).
- Michael Slager’s attorneys argue investigators intentionally deceived former officer (Charleston City Paper).
- I-526 funding feud persists as discussion of Charleston rail project devolves into personal affronts (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County School Board nixes part of sex education curriculum (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Chosen as a Top Ten U.S. Destination (HCS).
- Charleston’s 2016 Halloween Events, Parties, & Plans (HCS).
- Multiple Holy City Restaurants Honored by TripAdvisor (HCS).
- Queen Street Grocery Owner Gets Cozy With Marlon Wayans (Eater Charleston).
- Wise Buck restaurant closed indefinitely (Charleston City Paper).
- Coastal Carolina Fair unleashes scorpion pizza (Post & Courier).
- Breads, Cakes, and Pastries in Charleston: Where to Find the Best (Eater Charleston).
- Restaurants cope with limited avocado supply (Post & Courier).
- I spent a stupid amount of money on Le Farfalle’s white truffles so you don’t have to (Charleston City Paper).
- I Used to Keep Politics Out of My Restaurants. HB2 Changed That. (Eater).
- Soul2Soul: Tim McGraw & Faith Hill Announce 2017 Coliseum Show (HCS).
- Bill Murray saluted with Mark Twain Prize (USA Today).
- Watch Divers at the SC Aquarium Carve Pumpkins….Underwater! (HCS).
- The Alley’s Studio 300 Party Will Be a Boogie in the Jungle (HCS).
- Darius Rucker Releases Music Video For “If I Told You” (HCS).
- Local illustrator Timothy Banks now taking orders for his new book, ‘Monsters in Charleston’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Groundbreaking Ceremony This Friday For Singleton Baseball Complex (Y102.5).
- New sounds on the way from Rachel Kate (Charleston City Paper).
- Meet Southern Charm Pal Jennifer Snowden’s Baby Boy (Bravo TV).
- REVIEW: Actor Brian Turner delights as identical twins in Village Rep’s ‘Corpse!’ (Charleston City Paper).
- Local Black Lives Matter show at Music Farm canceled, venue and Charleston police respond (Charleston City Paper).
- Local police focus on security during trials of Dylann Roof, Michael Slager (Charleston City Paper).
- CCSD board approves plan for hurricane make-up days (ABC News 4).
- Steve Harvey helping local teacher get every kid at her school a bike (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County announces additional locations for in-person absentee voting (Charleston County).
- Can’t wait until Nov. 8? Absentee voting is open now (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Mayor Keith Summey (HCS).
- Group tries to turn kids away from crime in poorer North Charleston neighborhoods (ABC News 4).
- Charleston City Council to livestream meetings (Charleston City Paper).
- SC lawmakers to introduce early voting bill next year (News 2).
- Charleston, Berkeley residents approved for FEMA assistance following Hurricane Matthew (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County mosquito aerial spray on Thursday (Live 5 News).
- Tourism efforts underpinned Charleston airport overhaul (Post & Courier).
- Police: James Island student had stolen gun at Friday’s football game (ABC News 4).
- Mt. Pleasant wins for best local Halloween video (Charleston City Paper).
- Nighttime Lane Closures for Resurfacing on Calhoun Street (Charleston County).
- Sand removal on Palmetto Boulevard could cost $750K, Edisto mayor says (ABC News 4).
- Mother of girl killed by accused drunk driver hopes tragedy acts as warning (Live 5 News).
- MCPD: Man threatens children at playground, dies of self-inflicted gunshot wound (Live 5 News).
- Years of renovations at Charleston International Airport celebrated Tuesday (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Attorneys Mark Peper & David Aylor (HCS).
- Biologists to Upstate residents: Stay clear of elk wandering into SC (ABC News 4).
- CPD searching for man accused of using a vehicle without consent (Live 5 News).
- Man pleads guilty to sex trafficking underage girls in N. Charleston (Live 5 News).
- 5 displaced following apartment fire in North Charleston (News 2).
- Social media threat of clown purge targets SC area (News 2).
- News 2 I-Team: Water bills soar with no explanation (News 2).
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