- Lady Gamecocks claim 1st national title with win over Mississippi State (ABC News 4).
- HISTORY! South Carolina wins NCAA championship (Live 5 News).
- Locals fans proud of South Carolina women’s basketball first national championship win (Live 5 News).
- USC women’s national championship celebration to be held on Monday (News 2).
- Bill Clinton congratulates Coach Staley, Gamecocks on National Championship title (Live 5 News).
- Some undergrad classes at USC cancelled Monday following historic win (News 2).
- USC students take to Thomas Cooper Library fountain to celebrate title (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina men loses nail-biter to Gonzaga, 77-73 (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston trying to emerge from troubled times after Walter Scott shooting (Post & Courier).
- Car struck, ripped apart by train in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Truck went over Westmoreland Bridge; Rescue crews called to marsh (ABC News 4).
COOPER RIVER BRIDGE RUN
- Bridge runners react to American winning race for first time since 90s (ABC News 4).
- Bridge run winner and wife rake in big money at Cooper River Bridge Run (ABC News 4).
- Jen Rhines wins women’s master race of Cooper River Bridge Run (ABC News 4).
- Bridge Run participant has died from a heart attack, one of two suffered during 40th event (Post & Courier).
- Bridge run participant runs for more than just the experience, but for another (ABC News 4).
- Cooper River Bridge Run volunteers provide vital service (ABC News 4).
- Now that Charleston’s 40th Bridge Run is in the books, what’s in store the next 40? (Post & Courier).
- Parisian-inspired Cocktail Bar Coming to Upper King Street (HCS).
- The Dish: Charleston pitmaster John Lewis (CBS News).
- Many Lowcountry farmers markets open this week (News 2).
- Glass Onion Partners with Lowcountry Local First for Charity Tasting (HCS).
- Short Grain Takes Over The Darling Raw Bar (Eater Charleston).
- Where to Eat at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park, Home of the Charleston RiverDogs (Eater Charleston).
- Ditch the Happy Hour in Favor of Yappy Hour (HCS).
- Prepare to say “Arrivederci” to La Morra Pizzeria (Charleston City Paper).
- Wine Down Wednesday Returns this Month (HCS).
- Sober up: Small SC liquor shops hope court will reconsider (Live 5 News).
- Fast-growing pizza chain rises up in Mount Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Circa 1886 Hosts Craft Beer Dinner in June (HCS).
- James Beard dinner is Farm to Table Event Co.’s latest win for Columbia (Post & Courier).
- Check Out the Gullah-Inspired Menu at Gentry Bar & Room (Eater Charleston).
- Holy Trinity releases 60th edition of record-setting Greek cookbook (Post & Courier).
- Mermaids Are Back at the South Carolina Aquarium (HCS).
- Battery Host “Punts & Pints” this Saturday (HCS).
- 1st round of Volvo Car Open begins today (ABC News 4).
- Shelby Rogers in Monday’s line-up at Volvo Car Open (Live 5 News).
- Volvo Car Open wraps up qualifying rounds (ABC News 4).
- Charles Carmody brought Charleston Music Hall to life in past five years (Post & Courier).
- Spoleto Festival USA Presents Three Operas Spanning Nearly Three Decades (HCS).
- Exchange Club turns fun into funds for local non-profits (ABC News 4).
- Shape Up Charleston can help you get your beach body back (ABC News 4).
- Saving the bee’s knees at the Honey and Bee Expo (ABC News 4).
- Citadel advisor Stacy Pearsall to have photos featured in Smithsonian exhibition (Charleston City Paper).
- Sofar Sounds arrives in Charleston with plans for intimate gigs in private homes (Post & Courier).
- Charleston native Margaret Anne Florence brings music history to life in Sun Records (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston ports agency has put hundreds of thousands in embattled consultant’s pocket. But there’s no bids, no review, no contract. (Post & Courier).
- Trump’s budget proposal would gut South Carolina after-school programs (Post & Courier).
- Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley emerges as a ﬁerce, but unnuanced, voice on US foreign policy (Post & Courier).
- For what it’s worth, Thomas Ravenel thinks John Tecklenburg is the nation’s worst mayor (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Tony Lewis (HCS).
- Bennett development at Patriots Point gets first review from lawmakers (Post & Courier).
- First responders could get certified to take a guns on campus (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Representative Lin Bennett (HCS).
- Police looking for answers in downtown assault (ABC News 4).
- Wreck, downed power line, and a sink hole closes Charleston streets (ABC News 4).
- Goose Creek man charged with impersonating U.S. Marshal (Live 5 News).
- Downtown hotel will soon offer what may be the most expensive room in Charleston (Post & Courier).
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