- Bikers want charges against deputy involved in deadly high speed chase, crash (ABC News 4).
- Man found floating in North Charleston pool died overnight (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry mayors respond to executive order on offshore drilling (Live 5 News).
- Case of white 11-year-old charged with burning black boy stirs racial tension in Clarendon County, where history runs deep (Post & Courier).
- Child dead after being hit by truck in Summerville driveway (ABC News 4).
- First shark bite of the year reported at Folly Beach (Post & Courier).
- ‘Misconceptions’ addressed in video released by horse carriage company (ABC News 4).
- Tavern & Table’s Chef Katie Lorenzen to Appear on Food Network Sunday (HCS).
- Workshop and Its Six Eateries Open Monday (HCS).
- Gibbes Museum’s Annual Street Party is Thursday (HCS).
- Warehouse Has New Early Weeknight Food and Drink Deals (HCS).
- Bittermilk Wins Two sofi Awards (HCS).
- Mel Gibson Visits Patriots Point (HCS).
- Join the Bocce Bash Benefiting the Special Olympics on May 20th (HCS).
- Chamber Music Charleston Returns to Carnegie Hall (HCS).
- The Bend to Host Marsh Jam on 5/4 (HCS).
- Check out these highlights of the upcoming North Charleston Arts Fest (Charleston City Paper).
- Pilot Episode of Show Filmed in Charleston will Air in August (HCS).
- Deshaun Watson buys mom new car as birthday present (Live 5 News).
- NFL DRAFT: Broncos take Summerville’s De’Angelo ‘Hop’ Henderson with 6th pick (ABC News 4).
- VIDEO: Wedding proposal during Blessing of the Fleet (ABC News 4).
- VIDEO: Lady Bishops win state lacrosse title (ABC News 4).
- Highlights: Bishop England boys win state lacrosse title (ABC News 4).
- Danny Glover talks about jazz and political activism during Charleston visit (Post & Courier).
- Election for Mick Mulvaney’s former congressional seat is Tuesday amid theatrics and shoe leather (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry man fighting for bill to push mowers during government shutdown (ABC News 4).
- Jim DeMint out as president of Heritage Foundation, according to media reports (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Students Fighting Malnutrition with UNICEF Kid Power (HCS).
- School district in South Carolina fires security firm after student is pepper sprayed (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina Democrats select Trav Robertson as new party chair (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston officials to review mayor’s budget proposal in all-day workshop (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Carol Linville (HCS).
- 12 hazing complaints since 2014 confirmed at Marine base (ABC News 4).
- Nighttime Lane Closures for the Resurfacing of Harbor View Road (Charleston County).
- South Carolina accepts applications to hunt alligators (ABC News 4).
- The Annual Rain Barrel Sale is Underway! (Charleston County).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Broderick Christoff (HCS).
- James Island church thrift store closing after 26 years in Folly Road shopping center (Post & Courier).
- Women Entrepreneurs of Charleston Debuts (HCS).
- Paused in time: Country doctor’s office in Estill sealed up for 74 years (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Katelyn Brewer (HCS).
- Victim in fatal Berkeley County motorcycle accident identified (Live 5 News).
- Sounds of artillery may be heard near Naval Weapons Station (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina man gets life in prison for killing toddler (ABC News 4).
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