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  1. "Players are riding to the rescue in exchange for merely tuition, room, board, a few thousand dollars in cost-of-attendance cash and applause," writes. -[Summarize this news]

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  2. 59 minutes ago

    Different sounds of glass shattering happening on King Street this morning. People are breaking through their partially shattered shop windows. Sidewalks are packed with people helping with cleanup. – at King Street

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  3. This week in real estate: + Why mortgage delinquencies could rise 4x by 2021 + New Summerville apartments on the horizon + Grocery expansion in the Charleston area and more here ⬇️ -[Summarize this news]

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  4. See more photos from yesterday's events in Charleston, as a day of peaceful protests for the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis devolved into destruction throughout the night: -[Summarize this news]

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  5. Over the past year or so, Gov. 's chief of staff has taken on a new moniker in private conversations, group text chats and even leadership conference calls around the Statehouse: “Governor Walker.” -[Summarize this news]

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  6. As the sun rises over Charleston this morning, business owners and residents are beginning to assess the extent of the damage from last night's demonstrations. What we're seeing from King Street: -[Summarize this news]

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  7. With escalating residential rents and pressure on places in which to make, present or show art, many local artists have been similarly forced into hiding. Worse yet, others have quit town entirely for more affordable, spacious places to live and work. -[Summarize this news]

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  8. Some protesters stayed behind to help clean up. They’re gathering debris, tossing mannequins back into shops and trying to avoid the glass underfoot

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  9. I’m back on King now, where a line of officers is leading a caravan of police vehicles and using quite a bit of tear gas. Some businesses that weren’t hit in the first wave are looking pretty gutted now

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  10. Alarm still blaring at the West Elm where protesters set a fire earlier. Smell of smoke in the air. Water pooling in the ground

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  11. A look at The Post and Courier’s front page for Sunday, May 31.

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  12. I’ll be sticking around here to see what happens with the SWAT unit. Follow for updates from up King

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  13. Statement from Mayor John Tecklenburg Regarding May 30 Curfew

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  14. It’s 11:00. A county-wide curfew is now in effect for Charleston until 7:00am.

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  15. Big group of protesters gathered at the Frances Marion parking garage, handing out water and helping each other clean their faces with milk after getting hit with the smoke. Everyone’s wearing masks, but so am I and it’s still hard to breathe or see afterward

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  16. Here’s the scene inside Halls, where a bunch of officers pulled up. Shell casings are lying on the ground right outside An officer says one guy said he was shooting in self-defense.

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  17. This week's topic for our reader photo contest was "Flowing." Check out the full gallery here: -[Summarize this news]

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  18. Several shots just fired near Halls. Protesters scattering

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  19. We’re still headed up King, police nowhere in sight. A good number of windows look like this and it’s pretty loud, but definitely easier to breathe up here

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  20. Protesters throwing some pretty big rocks at . Most the windows broken through. Police still lined up down past Calhoun

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