- North Charleston police arrest two men in fatal shooting (Post & Courier).
- Victim’s mother speaks to suspects in court (Live 5 News).
- Lawsuit filed to decide who’s to blame for Dorchester Road mistake; the project drags on (News 2).
- Investigators: Death at West Ashley home does not appear suspicious (Live 5 News).
- Alleged victim testifies in sex assault trial for Guardsman (ABC News 4).
- Police: Fugitive attempting to leave area captured at Charleston airport (Live 5 News).
- CO has updated their menu with some fall offerings (CO).
- Co-Owners of Edmund’s Oast Get Evil Twinned (Eater Charleston).
- Communion Wine Club Pops Up Again at High Wire Distilling Co. (Post & Courier).
- Author Sheri Castle Helps Prepare Party Hosts For the Holidays (Post & Courier).
- One set of Bowl Projections has one state school in a BCS Bowl, the other playing on New Year’s Day (USA Today).
- Clemson’s Swinney looking ahead to postseason (News 2).
- Spurrier says Cotton Bowl at top of Gamecocks’ list (Post & Courier).
- State final a fitting end for Stratford QB (ABC News 4).
- PG Ellington back with Gamecocks after football (ABC News 4).
- Furman’s playoff run fueled by many happy returns (Post & Courier).
- Medal of Honor Bowl adds Fisher DeBerry, Cal McCombs to coaching staff (Post & Courier).
- Text bans, domestic violence among prefiled bills in Columbia (ABC News 4).
- Candidates running against Graham meet at forum (ABC News 4).
- Dozen candidates vying for open school board seat (ABC News 4).
- Solicitors want S.C. Supreme Court Justice Beatty kept away from their cases (Post & Courier).
- The rumor mill says there have been some “production issues” with Southern Charm and a debut prior to the new year is not happening.
- Mother: Woman thinks ‘Lord’s will’ allowed her mistaken release from jail (Post & Courier).
- Common Core yields odd political allegiances (News 2).
Digital festival Dig South in Charleston is accepting Bitcoins for registration (Charleston City Paper).
- Big crime problems in small Summerville apt. complex (Live 5 News).
- Two job fairs just in time for the holidays (ABC News 4).
Old You ready new album (Charleston City Paper).
- S.C. judge denies request to toss out cruise terminal lawsuit (Post & Courier).
- Judge: Opponents can challenge terminal permit (ABC News 4).
- Crews responding to reported gas leak in downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Coroner: Man who ran over mother with car killed self in jail (Live 5 News).
- CEO of Baker Motor Company gives 100 trees to Charleston businesses (News 2).
- Pop-up center to help residents buy health insurance in Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- ‘Unschooling’ lets kids determine classroom, curriculum (ABC News 4).
- Charleston metro gains construction jobs; Greenville, Columbia slip (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Crews responding to water main break off Savannah Hwy. (Live 5 News).
- DUI checkpoints Friday in Summerville (Summerville Journal Scene).
- Blackbaud launches online resource to help businesses give back (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Attention Teachers with Aspiring Scientists and Engineers (Citadel).
- S.C. residential sales up 7% over 2012 (Post & Courier).
- With up to $6 million in property taxes at stake, school board plans closed-door discussion (Post & Courier).
- Charleston passes first reading of 2014’s $172 million city budget (Post & Courier).
- 2 in custody after Walterboro shooting (ABC News 4).
- Car and Charleston police cruiser collide on Meeting Street (Post & Courier).
- Parents charged in death of baby daughter shot in front of Hartsville home (News 2).
- Upstate dog dragged behind truck, left for dead walks again (Live 5 News).
- Coroner IDs man’s body found in Combahee River (ABC News 4).
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