- SC State students still coming to grips with on-campus shooting at their school (News 2).
- Officials: Patient fatally shot by parole officer after attacking psychiatrist at mental health facility (Live 5 News).
- Class action lawsuit filed against American LaFrance (ABC News 4).
- Ice, snow now forecast for Tuesday (Post & Courier).
- Winter Storm Watch issued; List of closures/delays (ABC News 4).
- Winter weather safety tips (News 2).
- Public Safety advises drivers monitor road conditions Tuesday (ABC News 4).
Warming shelters to open for impending winter weather (Live 5 News).
- College of Charleston closes campus (CofC).
- MUSC’s Tuesday classes canceled.
- Trident Technical College will be closed.
- Citadel to close at noon.
- South Carolina Aquarium will be closing at noon on Tuesday.
- Utility companies offer winter weather safety tips (Live 5 News).
- DOT and SCE&G plan for safety during winter blast (ABC News 4).
- Charleston State of City address postponed (Live 5 News).
#OMGSNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Charleston Grit).
- Neighborhood Dining Group Opens Private Event Space (Post & Courier).
- Vote For Charleston as Best Everything in Food & Wine Poll (Post & Courier).
- The Review: The Gin Joint (Charleston Mag).
- What’s Your Home State’s Signature Cocktail? (BuzzFeed).
- Hans Offringa Signs Books (And Boeks!) at Striped Pig Tonight (Post & Courier).
- Memorial Service for Second “Mrs. Sassard” Scheduled for Saturday (Post & Courier).
- Race for Folly mayor pits Connor-Rooks against Goodwin (Post & Courier).
- Weather won’t change jockeying for S.C. Supreme Court chief justice seat (Post & Courier).
- Ex-Sen. Robert Ford faces ethics charges — again! (Charleston City Paper).
- Gov. Nikki Haley signs ‘restructuring’ bill (Post & Courier).
- No. 10 South Carolina edge No. 16 Vanderbilt 61-57 (ABC News 4).
- Citadel rifle team’s Alaska adventure includes shooting, dog-sledding (Post & Courier).
- Fort D star shining in the NFL ahead of Super Bowl (ABC News 4).
- Report: Argument leads to shots fired at home (ABC News 4).
- Man found shot near Berkeley County bar (News 2).
- How LoveGave added another person to a Lowcountry family (ABC News 4).
- Two women beat up Walmart guard to steal DVDs, Charleston police say (Post & Courier).
- Humane Society has doubled reward money for dog fighting (Post & Courier).
- Darius Rucker wins Grammy for “Wagon Wheel” (News 2).
- One on One Room with GRAMMY Winner: Darius Rucker (Grammy.com)
- Other states’ population losses fuel S.C. growth (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County School Board’s failure to hold teacher hearings racks up $150,000 bill for district (Post & Courier).
- A Wave of Light for Ethen (News 2).
- Solar farm gives Lowcountry a new jolt of sun power (Post & Couruier).
- ‘Victory’ for those seeking a better Hwy 41 bridge bike-pedestrian path (Post & Courier).
- Tide of ink follows South Carolina’s lifting of tattoo ban (Post & Courier).
- Body of missing man found in Jamestown Creek (Live 5 News).
- Man charged with rape after meeting women from personals website (ABC News 4).
- The Iron Yard expands to downtown Charleston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Maligned groin helping to build end of Folly Beach (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston plans development of Navy Hospital site (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Beaufort animal shelter wins Facebook competition (ABC News 4).
- Leave Stress Behind and Discover Treehouse Bliss (Charleston Daily).
- Beaufort deputies investigating Hilton Head shooting (ABC News 4).
- Traffic moving slowly following accident on I-526 on Daniel Island (Live 5 News).
- Storage facility spanning 138,000 square feet opening in West Ashley (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
Charleston County Parks Debuts 5K Trail Race Series
Charleston County Parks today introduced a 5K trail race series that will be held at Caw Caw Interpretive Center, Johns...