- Hospital power outage doesn’t stop birth of baby boy (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston police investigating 5th shooting of 2014 (ABC News 4).
- Report: Fight over daycare escalates to attempted murder charge (ABC News 4).
- Nexton development team looks ahead (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Arctic blast sets new power use record for SCE&G (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County Sheriff’s Office providing work camp facility as a warming shelter Wednesday night (News 2).
- Man-made snow means snow day for some kids (ABC News 4).
Charleston Restaurant Week: January 8 – 19, 2014 (Lowcountry Boil).
- The best beer garden crawl stars freshly made pretzels (Charleston City Paper).
- 101 in 1001: Restaurant Review of The Grocery (Charleston Crafted).
Tin Roof hosts Lou Reed trib show (Charleston City Paper).
- The Dunder Chiefs go from indie rock band to fun-loving folkies (Charleston City Paper).
- Medal of Honor bowl players are taking advantage of one more chance at the NFL (News 2).
- Citadel will introduce new football coach Mike Houston on Thursday (Post & Courier).
- Who replaces Tajh Boyd? Stoudt, Kelly ready to roll into QB battle (Post & Courier).
- Tournament talk? At least Clemson’s in the conversation again, for now (Post & Courier).
- State High School Basketball Poll (Post & Courier).
- A Q&A with Gary Shteyngart, author of Super Sad True Love Story and Little Failure (Charleston City Paper).
- Ayoka Lucas gives the public some style with new blog (Charleston City Paper).
- Food star Alton Brown takes the stage in a culinary variety show (Charleston City Paper).
- The Year in Stegelin (Charleston City Paper).
- Bosch showcasing driverless technology controlled by cell phone (Live 5 News).
- Wescott shopping center nearing completion (Summerville Journal Scene).
- Haley’s reform plan would spend more on poor kids (ABC News 4).
- Crime Stoppers ups reward for information on summer homicide (ABC News 4).
- Cops: Group looking to fight man take off after girlfriend fires gun (Live 5 News).
- Investigation continues of 787 battery fire (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Ex-state Rep. Viers gets 60 days for harassment (ABC News 4).
- Report: Dollar General robber used duct tape to hide his face (Live 5 News).
- Lawmakers move forward with plan to possibly merge College of Charleston, MUSC (Post & Courier).
- Crews battling Goose Creek meth lab fire (ABC News 4).
- Sea Turtle Rescue Program 2013 Year-End Review (South Carolina Aquarium).
- Judge: SC agency must improve inmate mental health (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Chamber unveils its state wish list (Post & Courier).
Sanford visits fortune teller, Musk tops resto list, and time-traveling slave appears Boone Hall (Charleston City Paper).
- Sweatin’ In The New Year (Yelp Charleston).
- Sullivan’s Island coyotes have some residents afraid for their pets (Live 5 News).
- Hampton County deputy arrested at Bluffton home (ABC News 4).
- Pickup truck crashes through building in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County Council locked in debate over recycling site, companies (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Ceremony Canceled: Family of veteran eager for war medals return (ABC News 4)
- Report ranks local universities among best online programs in country (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- IOP Connector construction begins (ABC News 4)
- South Carolina’s ethics laws are a mess (Charleston City Paper).
- Bluffton woman nearly discards winning lotto ticket (Live 5 News).
- Kmart to close in Mount Pleasant (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- DHEC wants consultant to evaluate landfill cleanup (ABC News 4).
- 6-year-old boy killed crossing road to get to bus (ABC News 4).
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