- IOP child missing since 1994 found, mother charged (ABC News 4).
- Victim identified in fatal apparent home invasion (Live 5 News).
- School waited 10 minutes before reporting girl missing (ABC News 4).
- New county ordinance closes bars at 2 a.m. (ABC News 4).
36 Hours in Charleston, S.C. (New York Times).
- Restaurants Overwhelmingly Opt to Open on Thanksgiving (Post & Courier).
- Sherry Gets Chance to Shine at Brooks Reitz’s New Cafe (Post & Courier).
- More Places to Spend a Paycheck on Pappy (Eater Charleston).
- Revolutionary Eating Ventures closes for business, new company steps in its place (Post & Courier).
- Sunrise Bistro Takes Over Tiny Cafe on Spring Street (Post & Courier).
- Chef Bill Smith Demystifies Gravy at Southern Season This Monday (Post & Courier).
- Bollywood Cafe has the best attributes of a new restaurant (Post & Courier).
- Blitz On 2 – Week 13 Lowcountry High School Football schedule & scores (News 2).
- Citadel-Clemson to honor Military Appreciation Day with a ‘Purple Out’ (Post & Courier).
- Gamecocks fan buys stolen football tickets on Craigslist (Charleston CIty Paper).
- South Carolina will play in 2014 Charleston Classic (Post & Courier).
- ‘Low-maintenance superstar’ Sammy Watkins blocks out the questions about his NFL future (Post & Courier).
- Shon Carson ready for first career start as Gamecocks’ running back (Post & Courier).
- Prosecutors drop embezzlement charge against former Charleston Animal Society president (Post & Courier).
- Charleston’s Joe Riley undergoes hip surgery (ABC News 4).
- Charleston-area colleges discuss equal treatment of LGBT employees (Post & Courier).
- Land Trust raises funds to save Angel Oak land (ABC News 4).
- SLED Investigation reveals possible cause of Georgetown fire (News 2).
- Not arson (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police ask help finding woman accused of stabbing (Post & Courier).
- Local mom makes medicine out of placentas (ABC News 4).
- An Isle of Palms resident leads naval troop during JFK funeral procession (Live 5 News).
- Charleston airport board postpones decision on attorney’s contract (Post & Courier).
- Charleston airport on generator power until Friday (ABC News 4).
- Police: Man shot in leg, arrested after filing false report (Live 5 News).
- Parents complain about overcrowding on a Berkeley County School bus (News 2).
- Eliza Skinner and two fellow comedians stop by Theatre 99 on their way to the happiest place on earth (Charleston City Paper).
- Hanahan man arrested on child porn charges (ABC News 4).
- Boeing Dreamlifter lands at airport in Kansas that is too small for take off (News 2).
- DOT proposes controversial road plans on James Island (News 2).
- Requests for Brave Baby’s Boat Show: Keon Masters Responds (Metronome Charleston).
- Author Charles McNair holding court at The Royal American Thursday (Charleston City Paper).
- Daniel Island residents learn more about what Berkeley County is doing for them (News 2).
- ARFD honored for heroic rescue (Summerville Journal Scene).
- DHEC: Teen smoking rate in SC dips significantly (News 2).
- Berkeley County duo arrested for starting Myers Road fire (News 2).
- Four people arrested after K9 finds meth equipment in car (ABC News 4).
- S.C. natural birth centers could face closure by state regulators (Charleston City Paper).
- Bluffton jewelry store lacking charm after burglary (ABC News 4).
- Report: Cocaine found on teen who crashed into power pole (Live 5 News).
- Clemson dedicating $110 million energy center (ABC News 4).
- Baby monitors recalled after strangulation deaths (ABC News 4)
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