- Former banking exec pleads not guilty to conspiring to kill wife (ABC News 4).
Democrats Clash in Feisty SC42 Debate (Charleston Patch).
- Growing Support to Save the Angel Oak (The Island Connection).
- Charleston School of Law-College of Charleston merger talk rises in volume (Post & Courier).
- Hope, fear a part of Capobiancos’ waiting game (ABC News 4).
- Cherokee Nation: Veronica is OK (ABC News 4).
- Halls Chophouse hits the beach (ABC News 4).
- Local man glad to be alive after being trapped in wrecked car in Montana woods (Post & Courier).
- Grad student turns Magnolia Gardens into a bat lab (ABC News 4).
- No violation in Jadeveon Clowney autographs, South Carolina says (Post & Courier).
- Apartment building catches fire near Crosstown in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Fire officials: Downtown apartment fire started in bedroom (Live 5 News).
- Lower King’s latest addition Kitchen 208 rises but doesn’t quite shine (Charleston City Paper).
- President Obama mentioned Charleston Harbor deepening as vitally important on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Relevant info at the 25:40 mark.
- Feral Hogs on the Menu at Husk? (Eater Charleston).
- Robert Epps and William Baldwin present iconic views of ordinary Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Florence club called The Beaver Lodge closed after complaints of swinging (Post & Courier).
- SCE&G showing off nuclear plant construction (ABC News 4).
- SLED: Video servers housing DUI breath test videos have been restored (Live 5 News).
- SCE&G urging you to beware of scam artists (WCBD).
- Cane Bay educator named National Teacher of the Year (Post & Courier).
- Dambaugh wins opening match at US Amateur Championship (ABC News 4).
- Teachers prepare for new year in front of classroom (Live 5 News).
- Economist says Charleston area homes market could slow in coming months (Post & Courier).
- The SCGOP’s attempt to win over minorities is a disaster (Charleston City Paper).
- Trapper: ‘Deodorant may help keep coyotes away’ (Live 5 News).
- Haley to ceremoniously sign newborn testing law (WCBD).
- Gamecocks’ Staley on African trip with Clintons (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Garment Manufactory helms the eco-friendly local fashion movement (Charleston City Paper).
- “The Cardinal James Show” To Launch on Friday.
- Third teen charged in W. Ashley home burglary (Live 5 News).
- A backyard bowl on Johns Island stands in for a stalled county skatepark (Charleston City Paper).
- Fugitive wanted for several home burglaries caught in St. Matthews (Live 5 News).
Suspect Charged in Bresee Street Robbery Attempt (Charleston Patch).
- SLED investigates missing money at Dorchester County Detention Center (WCBD).
- Blotter: The tale of the duct tape (Charleston City Paper).
- Infrastructure Bank learns about SC road projects (ABC News 4).
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