- 32-year-old woman dies after shooting at Berkeley County nightclub (Post & Courier).
- Coast Guard petty officer guilty on all charges (ABC News 4).
- Jury sentences petty officer to 8 years in prison (Post & Courier).
- Charleston deputies looking for car that struck man, kept going early Sunday morning (Post & Courier).
- Riley envisions more retail, office (Post & Courier).
- New face of Upper King Street: Bars, restaurants take root, spawn Charleston’s first true Midtown (Post & Courier).
- Restaurants, chefs drawn by opportunity to experiment (Post & Courier).
- Longtime Upper King merchants see good, bad (Post & Courier).
- Neighborhoods getting spillover (Post & Courier).
- Police staying busy keeping area safe (Post & Courier).
- Remembering attack on Pearl Harbor (ABC News 4).
- Pearl Harbor anniversary memorial service (ABC News 4).
- Pearl Harbor survivor recalls historic day 72 years ago (ABC News 4).
- Final polls: South Carolina will be highest-ranked non-BCS team, Clemson should stay BCS-eligible (Post & Courier).
Gamecocks to Face Wisconsin in Capital One Bowl (Live 5 News).
Clemson to Face Ohio State in Discover Orange Bowl (Live 5 News).
- FLASHBACK: Tigers, Buckeyes faced off in ’78 Gator Bowl (ABC News 4).
- Stratford falls in state title game to Northwestern, 62-35 (ABC News 4).
- Zagat’s Selects Peninsula Grill as Charleston’s Best Restaurant (Post & Courier).
- Charleston-area distiller using home-grown sugar to make rum that’s rare in the U.S. (Post & Courier).
- Edmunds Oast Introduces Lord Proprietors Ale at Jubilee (Post & Courier).
- Bringing the Sweet Shop Back to the Westside (Eater Charleston).
- Republic Abandons Culinary Ambitions; Declines to Hire Chef (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Gains First Ethiopian Restaurant — And It’s Good (Post & Courier).
- By Request(s): Bullwinkel’s Whipped Cream Cake Recipe (Post & Courier).
- CCSO: Man barricades himself in West Ashley home (ABC News 4).
- Report: Number of SC prisoners drops, saves money (Live 5 News).
- Man hospitalized after hit-and-run accident (ABC News 4).
- Healing Farms Ministries for disabled young adults creating its own salsa (Post & Courier).
- Three apartment units damaged in early-morning fire (ABC News 4).
- Residents forgo health insurance fair for holiday shopping, organizers say (Post & Courier).
- County meeting will discuss Dorchester Rd. construction (News 2).
- Meeting Street Academy creating proposal to run public school (ABC News 4).
Motormouth Mabel heads to Charleston for free show (Charleston City Paper).
- Annual beach parking pass for IOP not dead yet (Post & Courier).
- Zucker to Speak at College of Charleston’s Winter Commencement (CofC).
- Sanford attending town hall on immigration reform (ABC News 4).
- Possible closing of commissaries worries Charleston-area military families (Post & Courier).
- Funeral set for Hartsville toddler shot to death (News 2).
- Dolphins’ record viral outbreak sounds alarm (Post & Courier).
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