- Mother of Walter Scott recounts hearing son hit with Taser during traffic stop (ABC News 4).
- Scott family: ‘We have faith’ there will be justice for Walter Scott (Live 5 News).
- Activists lament lack of diversity on Michael Slager jury (Post & Courier).
- Missing South Carolina woman found chained in a container; boyfriend still missing (ABC News 4).
- YOU Could Win Chase After a Cure’s #GalaGiveaway! (HCS).
- Man dressed as bottle of ‘Roofies’ is the worst Halloween costume of 2016 (Charleston City Paper).
- Summerville PD investigating shooting in Robynwyn neighborhood (ABC News 4).
- DD2 elementary school students suspended for having ‘crack candy’ (ABC News 4).
- Man found dead in Goose Creek was naked and had ‘suspicious injuries,’ report states (ABC News 4).
- Woman wanted for spraying infant with pepper spray in custody (ABC News 4).
- Coroner: Subject of homicide investigation found dead in bed (Live 5 News).
- 2nd Annual Charleston Burger Week Starts Friday (HCS).
- It’s time for Charleston Burger Week 2016 (Charleston City Paper).
- Josh Keeler’s 492 burger has created a legion of fans (Charleston City Paper).
- Blues Burger Joint knows what’s up with a steak sandwich (Charleston City Paper).
- Sean Brock’s never-ending pursuit of the perfect burger (Charleston City Paper).
- Belgian couple brings customizable waffles to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Glazed Launches Late Night Menu Featuring Boozy Donuts (HCS).
- Charleston Coffee Cup Brews Third Annual Event (HCS).
- Halls Chophouse now selling its signature steak sauce (Charleston City Paper).
- David Schuttenberg Takes the Lead at Fish (Eater Charleston).
- Little arachnid makes big splash at Coastal Carolina Fair (Post & Courier).
- 400 free Chili Cook-Off tickets donated to servicemembers (ABC News 4).
- Henrietta’s Introduces $1.50 Oyster Happy Hour (Eater Charleston).
- Hotel guests get hooked on Continental, aka free, breakfast (Post & Courier).
- Frothy Beard Expansion Receives Thumbs Up From Mayor Tecklenburg (Eater Charleston).
- Edmund’s Oast Hosts Stephen Palahach of Maison Premiere (HCS).
- Self-serve Pour Taproom to open in downtown Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Pawpaw Erases Memory of Wet Willie’s With New Sign (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston restaurants still offer wine deals (Post & Courier).
- Seven Awesome Dining Events Heading To Charleston For November (Eater Charleston).
- CHS’s Smoothie Operators (Yelp Charleston).
- The Folly Jazz Festival is accessible to fans of all ages (Charleston City Paper).
- Yorktown Countdown Returns For Its Fifth New Year’s Eve (HCS).
- Charleston is producing up-and-coming country music scene (ABC News 4).
- A Rolex Lunch (skirt! Magazine).
- Charleston International Film Festival features some great short-length films (Charleston City Paper).
- Local Indie Rock band Matadero will release their self-titled debut EP on 11/12 (BandCamp).
- PURE Theatre’s ‘The Beauty Queen of Leenane’ is dark humor at its finest (Charleston City Paper).
- Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk Set for 11/10 (HCS).
- The Dead 27s channel the new and old on new LP (Charleston City Paper).
- Holiday Festival of Lights Opens on Nov. 11 (HCS).
- We don’t need to racially stereotype mascots to encourage team spirit (Charleston City Paper).
- Music Hall’s Groundhog Day Concert Moves Up to January (HCS).
- Midlands Man Wins World Series with Cubs (WLTX).
- Bill Murray celebrated the Cubs’ World Series win for every Cubs fan ever (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Local Candidates (HCS).
- Summerville voters to decide power of mayor (ABC News 4).
- Dorchester County voters to decide if they want new libraries and parks (Live 5 News).
- PTA: No Santa in Sangaree Elementary School pictures (ABC News 4).
- Congressman Mark Sanford touring Lowcountry to assess hurricane recovery (Live 5 News).
- Elmire Raven reflects on lifetime of caring for domestic violence victims (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police searching for burglar caught on camera (Live 5 News).
- Bill Sharpe, Debi Chard to be honored by S.C. Broadcasters Association (Live 5 News).
- Charleston police looking for restaurant butt-grabber (ABC News 4).
- Man taken to hospital with wound to the backside after North Charleston shooting (Live 5 News).
- Animal shelter offers $1,000 reward in Lexington cruelty case (Live 5 News).
- Mother speaks with News 2 after losing son to gun accident (WCBD).
- Stryker proceeds with plan to close North Charleston site (Post & Courier).
- LOCAL BUSINESSES COMBINE FORCES TO OPEN NEW MOUNT PLEASANT DESIGN CENTER (Press Release).
- 15 indicted in drug ring operating in SC prisons (Live 5 News).
- Work starts on ‘gateway’ to Charleston’s WestEdge development (Post & Courier).
- Bus monitor accused of hitting special needs child (News 2).
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