- To donate to the Central Illinois tornado victims: Call the Red Cross (1-800-RED-CROSS) or visit www.redcross.org and specify that your donation is for “Central IL Tornado Relief.”
- Illinois tornado relief: How you can help (FOX Chicago).
- Officials: Biggest drug bust ever made in Charleston County to be announced Tuesday (Post & Courier).
- Hazmat crews respond to collision between train and pickup (Live 5 News).
- Burke High sees improvement, but not enough to stifle talk of closing the downtown school (Post & Courier).
- SC Common Core opponents to protest; fact-checking their concerns (WBTW).
- Common Core protest plan to remove students from class is misguided (Post & Courier).
- SC Gov. Haley reaches out to Boeing on 777X deal (The State).
- S.C. leaders contact Boeing about 777X (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Boeing to make site selection on 777X production within 3 months (Post & Courier).
- Announcing the 2013 Eater Awards for Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- 2 Rumors to Text Everyone About (Eater Charleston).
- The Striped Pig to put on a spirited dinner (Charleston City Paper).
- Watchdog group insisting Gov. Nikki Haley reimburse state for trip to North Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Haley, Sheheen battle over ethics as governor brings call for reform to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Graham’s primary challenge race is fight for the soul of the SC GOP (The State).
- Lawmaker ‘steamed’ as Gov. Haley denies Order of Palmetto for school official who faced Alice Boland’s gun (Post & Courier).
- Presidential politics pervasive at the College of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Democrat Sheheen has eight cases before magistrates that he recommended (The State).
- Haley ally backs Sheheen’s magistrate bill (ABC News 4).
- Joe Riley: Why Columbia needs a strong mayor (The State).
- Gov. Haley: Higher education is South Carolina’s best friend (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Education plan going to lawmakers next year (ABC News 4)
- Graham: Water resources bill vital to port deepening (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- The Buzz: Critics pan SC Gov. Haley’s wardrobe (The State).
- Clemson’s wind-turbine facility will test mechanical and electrical equipment (Post & Courier).
- North Myrtle Beach wind energy advocate says North Charleston facility boosts development (Myrtle Beach Online).
- FBI preps police for “active shooter” scenarios, says SC is vulnerable (South Carolina Radio Network).
- College of Charleston brings awareness to issues of poverty and homelessness (News 2).
- Shops make Charleston debut in Tanger Outlet Center (Post & Courier).
- Congregations disappointed that church break-ins continue (ABC News 4).
- Former Maryland head coach Ralph Friedgen to serve as coach for Medal of Honor Bowl; Chan Gailey too (News 2).
- Thanksgiving meals handed out to hundreds at annual event (ABC News 4).
- Rubin, author of books on Charleston history, dies (Post & Courier).
- Local church reaches out for Typhoon victims (ABC News 4).
- State government considers changes to program that reimburses hospitals for uncompensated care (Post & Courier).
- Train strikes SUV, no injuries and road reopened (ABC News 4).
- Elaborate ways pet owners are paying final respect to loved ones (Live 5 News).
- Ex-SC State trustee wants wiretap evidence tossed (ABC News 4).
- Goose Creek Police seek identity of credit card fraud suspect (News 2).
- Kickoff for Clemson at South Carolina set for 7 p.m. on Nov. 30 (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Symphony shines brightly under Wilkins’ baton (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Animal Society’s Anticipates Record Crowd at its 14th Annual Celebrity Chili Cook-off and Oyster Roast (Lowcountry Dog).
- Lanes to close in Goose Creek, Summerville for road work Tuesday (Post & Courier).
- Man arrested in Dorchester County after barricading himself in home (News 2).
- CPD: Driver in hit-and-run left piece of bumper behind (ABC News 4).
- Meeting on James Island intersection plans set for Thursday (Post & Courier).
- I-26 westbound traffic around Ladson moving again after multiple vehicle wreck (Post & Courier).
- Coastal Carolina christens research ship (News 2).
- Turkey shortage? Not really (ABC News 4).
- Live 5 News Investigates: Convicted pastor’s brother in prison for murder (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County School Board member John Barter resigns his seat to serve as administrator at Alabama college (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County lawmakers plan to move quickly to fill vacant spot on county school board (Post & Courier).
- Italy at the Sottile: CofC presents 7th annual Italian Film Festival (Cistern yard).
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