- Former pastor pleads guilty after 2nd day of rape trial (ABC News 4).
- 1 arrested, 2nd suspect sought in downtown Charleston killing (ABC News 4).
- Student hit by stray bullet at Goose Creek High School (Live 5 News).
- Cheerleader hit by stray bullet in Goose Creek (ABC News 4).
- Investigators trying to determine how she was wounded (Post & Courier).
- Authorities: Dogs dead after someone poisons water bowls with antifreeze (Live 5 News).
- Nephew of Taiwanese Bubble Tea Maker Brings Boba to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Which Charleston Restaurant is So Hot Right Now? (Eater Charleston).
- Sweet CeCe’s to Open Cold-Pressed Juice “Retail-Lab” (Post & Courier).
- Beer Me, Yelp! (Yelp Charleston).
Local music shines at City Paper Music Awards (Charleston City Paper).
The pursuit of rent and beer money led Amos Lee to a successful career (Charleston City Paper).
Scott Avett and his bandmates partner with Cheerwine to help Charleston children (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston defeats Charlotte with last second shot (News 2).
- High School Hero Week 11: West Ashley’s Dekeiya Cohen (ABC News 4).
- Team, town get ready for Thursday night Clemson game (Live 5 News).
- No. 9 Baylor women add 2 to national letters (ABC News 4).
- Yoga class for mothers, babies promising great health benefits (Live 5 News).
- Gamecocks know struggling Gators are still dangerous (Post & Courier).
- SCE&G closes Lowcountry power plant (ABC News 4).
- Linda Page sworn in as Mount Pleasant mayor (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry woman tells story of family survival of Haiyan (News 2).
- Charleston getting a new park near aquarium (News 2).
- Many continue to oppose Thursday presentation by Adrian Raine at the College of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Blackbaud names new president, chief executive officer (Live 5 News).
- Airport upgrades scheduled to be completed in 2015 (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Tea Plantation shipping free “Tea for the Troops” (News 2).
- S.C. not among top 3 contenders for 777X work if union rejects contract, newspaper says (Post & Courier).
- Most Charleston County employees to get $1,000 salary supplement (Post & Courier).
- CAS offers free furry friends to government workers (ABC News 4).
- Veteran’s organization kicked out of SC for lying about donations (News 2).
- Recycling Day event allows you to drop off items and help local charities (ABC News 4).
- Local philanthropists honored for donating time and resources (Post & Courier).
- Report outlines climate change impact in Southeast (Post & Courier).
- Nearly 200 years later, specter of nullification haunts Holy City (Charleston City Paper).
- Haley calls on legislators to pass ethics reform (ABC News 4).
- Health insurance enrollment data low as expected in South Carolina, across U.S. (Post & Courier).
- Local designer goes fur free in national contest (ABC News 4).
- Traffic stop turns into mobile meth bust (ABC News 4).
- Fire crews on scene in Hollywood (News 2).
- Road reopened after tractor trailer wreck in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Panelist: ‘Not a lot wrong’ with Charleston hospitality market (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
15th Annual Captain’s Comic Expo Scheduled for February 25th & 26th
On both February 25th and 26th, the Captain’s Comic Expo returns to Charleston to celebrate comic book culture. The 15th...