- DHEC: Tuberculosis case confirmed at Stratford High School (News 2).
- Hunt is on for kidnappers after baby girl found safe on roadside (Post & Courier).
- Coroner: CofC student struck on Crosstown has died from injuries (Live 5 News).
- DEW: Former employee downloaded personal data (ABC News 4).
CHS COMEDY FESTIVAL
- Bigger and bigger every year, this year’s Charleston Comedy Festival showcases the best local comedic talent (Charleston City Paper).
- Speak softly and carry a big schtick, says Moshe Kasher (Charleston City Paper).
- Zach Sherwin and Myq Kaplan pack a lot of words into their acts (Charleston City Paper).
- Canadian comedy star Trixx to appear in Most RACES Show On Earth! (Charleston City Paper).
- Throw one back with Squirm and Germ, The Bartenders, and the Shock Ts (Charleston City Paper).
- A neighborhood tavern turns sushi into American bar fare (Charleston City Paper).
- High Wire distillery makes rhum agricole from South Carolina sugar cane (Post & Courier).
- Johns Island gets its own farmers market (Charleston City Paper).
Edmund’s Oast: by beer geeks for beer geeks (Charleston City Paper).
- 5 (More) Things to Know About Edmund’s Bevs (Eater Charleston).
- This Little Piggy Got STRIPED! The Striped Pig Distillery Charleston’s First Distillery Since Prohibition (Where We Stand Magazine).
- Butcher & Bee, Saturday at 1:30 a.m. (Eater Charleston).
- Husk Charleston, Friday at 8 p.m. (Eater Charleston).
- Clowney’s Texan connection: Team owner Bob McNair, a South Carolina grad, has eyes on Gamecock star (Post & Courier).
- Athlete of the Week: Porter Gaud’s KJ James (ABC News 4).
- Medal of Honor Bowl gala inspires (Post & Courier).
- Vic Beasley announces return to Clemson defensive line in 2014 (Post & Courier).
- Police: Investigation reveals cab drivers overcharging fares (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston had 13 homicides in 2013, 3 remain unsolved (News 2).
- Flu death reported in Dorchester County (Live 5 News).
- Driver hits 6-year-old student walking to school in North Charleston and keeps going (Post & Courier).
- Sheriff releases pictures of suspect wanted for fatal shooting in Holly Hill (Live 5 News).
- County property taxes due Jan. 15 (ABC News 4).
- Sen. Tim Scott goes ‘undercover’ to gain job experience (Post & Courier).
T-Rav Taught Me My First and Last Lesson in Charleston Classism (Charleston Grit).
- State legislators to tackle firearms in bars, medical marijuana (Charleston City Paper).
- North Charleston police: Man hit with gun, no shots fired (ABC News 4).
- In Charleston, head to Folly Beach for serious bars (Miami Herald).
- USS Yorktown gets new paint job (News 2).
- Photos show woman who cashed bad checks, Goose Creek police say (Post & Courier).
Halsey throws a Groundhog Day concert/party (Charleston City Paper).
- Zais seeks $34M for buses, close of bonus program (ABC News 4).
- Time For A Change… Of Threads! (Yelp Charleston).
- Rep. Patrick running for state superintendent (ABC News 4).
- Spartanburg Man Charged, Stabbed His Mother With Sword (News 2).
- Two adults, two children found dead in apparent murder-suicide (Live 5 News).
- Photographer Ben Ham journeys to Upper King (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston County hires new company to manage recycling center (News 2).
- Snap judgments about last week’s cold snap (Charleston City Paper).
- Yoga balls instead of chairs for 3rd grade classroom (Live 5 News).
- SC senators put DSS under major scrutiny (ABC News 4)
- Bell Scholarship Endowment reaches milestone (News 2).
- Citizen Public Safety Academy returning to North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Courier Square would be test case for new zoning with 100-foot height limit (Post & Courier).
- Blotter: No touching . . . only punching (Charleston City Paper).
- Cherokee Nation passes child-placement law (ABC News 4).
- Man sought following high speed chase in Berkeley County (Live 5 News).
- Derek Trucks finds renewed inspiration in Hendrix, the Beatles, and the Allmans (Charleston City Paper).
- Tax breaks just the start of Wash. pitch to Boeing (ABC News 4).
- Eastern fare moves to the West Side, Lowe’s fixes up its services, other retail happenings (Post & Courier)
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