- DHEC alerts Stratford parents to TB case at school (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County School officials react (News 2).
- Mother of kidnapped Orangeburg baby talks to News 2 about abduction (News 2).
- People who found kidnapped baby thought she was a teddy bear (Live 5 News).
- NAACP plans meeting to discuss North Charleston crime (ABC News 4).
- Children’s Nook in Charleston closes suddenly (News 2).
- Georgetown County deputies searching for missing boater (Live 5 News).
Vincent Chicco’s is now open (Charleston City Paper).
- Chef Nico Romo of FISH was named a Monterey Bay Aquarium 2014 Sustainable Seafood Ambassador (Charleston Area CVB).
- Hot or Not? (Charleston Mag).
- Show Cupcake DownSouth What Will “Make My Office Sweet” During Pinterest Contest (Charleston CVB).
- In a Pinch (Charleston Mag).
- Que Syrah Syrah (Charleston Mag).
- Legare’s run for County Council seat might cost him conservation easement on Johns Island Farm (Post & Courier).
- Will Palmetto State make legally-married same-sex couples jump through tax hoops? (Weekly Surge).
- Lindsey Graham: Cuts to Veterans’ Pensions ‘Unconscionable’ (News Max).
Lee Bright calls for impeachment of federal judge who struck down Utah’s same-sex marriage ban (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston City Council backs prohibition of alcohol in private parking lots (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Ban could soon include some private property (Live 5 News).
- Sanford to attend I-26 meeting on Jan. 21 (ABC News 4).
- Senate passes appropriations bill with funding for SC Ports projects (Live 5 News).
- Runners react to death of CofC student killed on Crosstown (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Southern rolls past Presbyterian 95-58 (ABC News 4).
- Summerville wrestling team setting sights on another state championship (Post & Courier).
- Beasley to remain at Clemson (News 2).
- Steve Spurrier gets extension, $700,000 raise (News 2).
- Charlie Post Classic 5K, 15K races coming up (ABC News 4).
- Boykin, Moore cornerstones of Bishop England’s basketball success (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina’s first Tesla car charging station opening in Santee (Post & Courier).
- SC Highway Patrol asking for information in Dorchester County hit and run (News 2).
- NTSB, Japan investigators view battery X-rays (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- The Lowcountry prepares to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (News 2).
- SC Senate approves concealed guns in restaurants (ABC News 4).
- Proposed bill would require motorcyclists to wear helmets (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County’s School of the Arts launches costume design major (Post & Courier).
- Charleston residents intrigued by scandalous reality trailer (Live 5 News).
- SC expo showcasing new crop management technology (ABC News 4).
- ‘Blogs aren’t news’ / Union vote worse for Seattle than for S.C. (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Upgrades coming to downtown Charleston parking garages (Live 5 News).
- Report: Victim’s phone stolen while calling cops for help (Live 5 News).
- Red Cross releases app for pet emergencies (ABC News 4).
- CCSO look for XBox snatcher (ABC News 4).
Keep Calm and Remain Charleston (Charleston Grit).
- Murrells Inlet TV show ‘Party Down South’ to debut Thursday (News 2).
- The Boulevard seeks commercial tenants (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- $6.9 million Stratford High project will increase cafeteria seats, add classrooms (Post & Courier).
- Duo wanted following armed robbery at Summerville Kmart parking lot (Live 5 News).
- Navy shipyard exhibit returns to North Charleston (ABC News 4).
Mount Pleasant Town Council makes changes for Six Mile Subdivision (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Clemson launches crowd funding website (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston a top place to retire in 2014, Forbes says (Post & Courier).
11 taxi drivers overcharged fares in police bust (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston airport lawyer to continue without a contract for now (Post & Courier).
- Study: S.C. Sea Grant Consortium makes $8.9 million economic impact (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Kyle Dennis performs with Barry Manilow (News 2).
- Sonoco to run Charleston County recycling program (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Man found guilty of attacking ex-wife gets 20 years (ABC News 4).
- DOT Commission elects new leaders (Post & Courier).
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