Follow Paul Bowers’ latest reports on the reported bomb threat on campus at the College of Charleston.


A Charleston property manager specializing in renting to college students is asking the State Supreme Court to rule Charleston’s Livability Court unconstitutional. Source: P&C

Emails obtained by Columbia TV station WLTX show that a month before she shot her ex-husband to death in his USC lab office before killing herself, campus police were forced to remove her from school grounds. Source: WLTX-TV

Charleston schools officials voted Monday night against renewing the contract of a consultant hired by the district to work on diversity initiatives. Last year, the consultant assisted in questioning after the controversy around the Academic Magnet football team. Source: P&C

According to data provided by health insurance providers, knee and hip replacement surgeries in Charleston are some of the most expensive in the nation. Source: P&C

There are six days left to enroll in a health insurance plan under the Affordable Care Act. Source: G’ville News

House Speaker Jay Lucas says there’s no consensus among House lawmakers to support roadway improvement plans floated by Gov. Nikki Haley or by House Infrastructure Committee members. Source: G’ville News

As of Monday, gas prices had climbed out of their free-fall, rising nearly 12 cents in a week to an average price of $1.94 per gallon in the Upstate. Source: The State

Two local RadioShack locations in North Charleston will be closed as bankruptcy proceedings continue with the legacy electronics store. Source: WSJ, P&C