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Over the next two weeks, 1.4 million of you will take to the roads, traveling at least 50 miles. With gas prices averaging $2.22 a gallon in S.C., that means a car with a 13-gallon tank can fill up for under $30. Source: The State, P&C

The city has released a report drawn up by transportation planner Gabe Klein, hired by the city to take a look at chances for improvement of Charleston’s transportation potential. Source: P&C

Federal investigators have reportedly been working a case involving potential bribery of officials by contractors at Joint Base Charleston, according to warrant papers obtained by the P&C. Source: P&C

Local cops remain vigilant this week after the point-blank killing of two NYPD officers while they sat in their squad car on patrol in Brooklyn over the weekend. Source: P&C

Two pieces of Gamecock news for your Tuesday: With Johnny Manziel and Brian Hoyer both hurt for the Cleveland Browns, former USC quarterback Connor Shaw may get the start this Sunday against the Ravens. Source: Cleveland.com

After a couple years fighting repeated knee injuries that led to his retirement, ex-Gamecock running-back Marcus Lattimore will return to Columbia to finish his degree and will reportedly become an “ambassador” for the school. Source: GoGamecocks.com

American Apparel founder Dov Charney, recently voted out as the company’s CEO, got some of his early t-shirt experience in South Carolina, learning the trade from older generations of textile workers. Source: P&C


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