- CCSO: One killed in James Island shooting (Live 5 News).
- Hundreds attend ‘Black Lives Matter’ rally (ABC News 4).
- Porter Airlines announces seasonal service to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- $4 million Colonial Lake makeover likely to begin next month, last a year (Post & Courier).
- Local brewers hoping to put Charleston on the craft beer map (Post & Courier).
- New dessert bar opens in West Ashley (Post & Courier).
- Poke Around the Interiors at Shem Creek’s Tavern & Table (Eater Charleston).
- SoCal December Block Party featuring Coast Brewing is Scheduled for 12/19 (HCS).
- Bay Street Biergarten is offering up $5 in Bier Bucks if you complete their Fan Survey.
- Struck With Wonder By the Space at Spring Street Stunner Cannon Green (Eater Charleston).
- Philadephia’s esteemed Geechee Girl Rice Cafe to close (Post & Courier).
- Lindsey Graham: Elizabeth Warren Is ‘The Problem’ (Huffington Post).
- Bush speaks in South Carolina amid new 2016 hints (News 2).
- Gov. Haley names director of troubled DSS (ABC News 4).
- City tells architects to rethink concept for large downtown hotel, mixed-use project (Post & Courier).
- Lawmaker wants to ban mopeds from South Carolina roads (Live 5 News).
- More than 100 Charleston County children to gain access to preschool through federal grant (Post & Courier).
- Stephen Colbert’s last show is Thursday (Post & Courier).
- Lights dim on annual Christmas production after 25 years (Live 5 News).
- Celebrate the Season with Elise Testone at Prohibition this Thursday (HCS).
- Parade lights up the holidays in Mount Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Christmas Message from Mayor Keith Summey (YouTube).
- Warehouse to Host Parties on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day (HCS).
- NFL Hall of Famer Paul Krause to coach in Medal of Honor Bowl (Post & Courier).
- Hall of Famer Goose Gossage Highlights the 2015 Hot Stove Banquet (Charleston RiverDogs).
- Locals make their mark in North-South all-star game victory (Post & Courier).
- Local Caitlin Judd defends her Kiawah Island Golf Resort Marathon title with personal best time (Post & Courier).
- Blackbeard’s Cove Celebrates the 12 Days of Christmas (HCS).
- Shadowmoss wins Charleston Interclub title (Post & Courier).
- Porter-Gaud’s Ann Martin Skelly repeats as Lowcountry girls tennis player of year (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina women remain No. 1 in AP Poll (ABC News 4).
- College of Charleston AD Joe Hull talks Wojcik, swimming and funds in Q&A (Post & Courier).
- Medal of Honor Bowl flap was about more than race, not that anyone will notice (Post & Courier).
- Volunteer firefighter accused of setting fires (ABC News 4).
- US Marshals arrest fugitive accused of assault that left victim with brain damage (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina, the shark attack capital? (Post & Courier).
- Solicitor to look into Bob Jones University (ABC News 4).
- Mutilated birds on Folly Beach may be ritualistic (Post & Courier).
- Road shuts down after 1 million gallon wastewater leak in Georgetown (Live 5 News).
- Investigators identify James Island shooting suspect (ABC News 4).
- Citizen complaint leads to arrest of suspected drug dealers (Live 5 News).
- 12-year-old Anderson girl hit by shrapnel after homemade cannon explodes (Post & Courier).
- Local same-sex couple talks about trials of starting a family (ABC News 4).
- S.C. State leaders say school can survive deficits, scandal and politics (Post & Courier).
- Disabled veteran gets help remodeling home for the holidays (News 2).
- Coast Guard, Good Samaritan rescue 4 from boat fire (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry Utilities: Wipes clog pipes (News 2).
- S.C. security guards hold same powers as deputy sheriffs on private property with fraction of training (Post & Courier).
- Authorities ask for public’s help to identify person in surveillance image (News 2).
- MUSC unveils renovated College of Nursing building (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Traditional, ultramodern houses close by in emerging North Charleston enclave will bring neighbors together, developer says (Post & Courier).
- InfiLaw making case to lawmakers for Charleston School of Law sale (Post & Courier).
- Keeping family together important to Moncks Corner couple (Post & Courier).
- Music lessons: New charter school, Allegro, to open doors downtown fall 2015 (Post & Courier).
- MADD starts push for holiday designated driving campaign (ABC News 4).
- Goose Creek, Haitian born man helping Haiti on earthquake anniversary (News 2).
- More than 3,000 wreaths laid on graves at Ft. Jackson National Cemetery (Live 5 News).
- Red Cross responds to Ladson fire (News 2).
- Orangeburg Co. teacher assaulted by schizophrenic in classroom (Live 5 News).
- Santee Cooper’s other side of the coal ash story (Post & Courier).
- Gotcha Ride: Free rides for college students (News 2).
- 3-year-old boy shot and killed in Simpsonville (ABC News 4).
- Making sure your charity donations count (News 2).
- S.C. cited among top five states in fuel cell R&D (Columbia Regional Business Report).
- 2 Greenville Co. Teachers Arrested In Child Porn Case (News 2).
- Family: Elderly grandmother jumped from window to escape house fire (ABC News 4).
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