- Sources: Philip Seymour Hoffman dead of apparent drug overdose (CNN).
- Flying high: Seahawks dominate Broncos in SB XLVIII rout (ESPN).
- DeClemente again forces shutdown of Ravenel Bridge, police say (Post & Courier).
- Bond set for man who caused Friday night shutdown of bridge (ABC News 4).
- Adventures on the Icy Ravenel Bridge (Elizpoore.com).
- Ravalanche, Cantore’s knee and 5 other things we’ll remember about frozen Charleston 2014 (Post & Courier).
- Officials pointing fingers at who’s responsible for opening the bridge before falling ice (News 2).
- Winter storm forces local food trucks make up for lost profits (ABC News 4).
- Community celebrates as local football star plays in Super Bowl (News 2).
- Davidson runs away from The Citadel 62-43 (ABC News 4).
- Grapevine: Jack Nicklaus wins over Charleston-based golf group (Post & Courier).
- Torture, death of 4-year-old Walterboro native Myls Dobson spark outrage in N.Y., S.C. (Post & Courier).
- As Folly Beach renourishment takes place, France watches for signs of Lafayette shipwreck (Post & Courier).
- Judge sets $75,000 bond for four charged in connection with deadly SC State shooting (Live 5 News).
- Walkway to Sullivan’s Island being improved (ABC News 4).
- The Price Is Right Makes a Charleston Dream Come True (Charleston Daily).
- Charleston Southern’s women’s ministry director finds God at work in her brokenness (Post & Courier).
Big John’s is back (Charleston City Paper).
- Antique shop leaving Lower King, boutique to move in (Post & Courier).
- Civil War film to be screened at Cinebarre (Post & Courier).
- SC State has deficit of more than $4 million (ABC News 4).
- TSA official: “Charleston is no longer a sleepy little airport” (ABC News 4).
- SC Supreme Court to rule on public autopsy reports (Live 5 News).
- Program that trains youth, insulates homes reaches milestone while making North Charleston woman more comfortable (Post & Courier).
- Superintendent’s race getting increasingly crowded (ABC News 4).
- Campaign trail brings Sheheen to Charleston for meet-and-greet luncheon (Post & Courier).
- Over? Cruise ship fight isn’t over until we say it is (Post & Courier).
- Charleston International Film Festival – My week of magic and mayhem (Charleston Daily).
- How many of Boeing’s next 2,000 jobs have been announced? (Post & Courier).
- Chief homicide detective is 1 of 2 Charleston police officers in new careers as prosecutors (Post & Courier).
- Savanna Todd: “I never questioned,” if I was kidnapped (News 2).
- SC state parks to use flags to warn swimmers (ABC News 4).
- Fatal single-vehicle accident reported in Ravenel (Live 5 News).
- SC woman faces 3 DUI charges following fatal wreck (ABC News 4).
- Select Health of SC donates EKG machine to CSU (The Digitel).
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