- CCSO: Deputies responding after 3 injured in Lincolnville area shooting (Live 5 News).
- Attorney: terror suspect was tortured in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Deputies: 2 dead in Dorchester Co. shooting (Live 5 News).
- Teen wanted for fatal James Island shooting surrenders to sheriff’s office (Live 5 News).
- Police looking for armed robber after shots fired (Live 5 News).
- Complete Guide to New Year’s Eve 2014 in Charleston (HCS).
- The Ordinary celebrates birthday with two-for-one oysters (Post & Courier).
- In the Kitchen with Chef Bob Waggoner will open Fri. Dec. 26 (Charleston City Paper).
- Explore the Inside of King Street Vegan Stop Motobar (Eater Charleston).
- “Rooted in LOCAL” Vegetarian Dinner at Butcher & Bee (HCS).
- The Year in Beautiful Restaurants: 15 Stunners from 2014 (Eater).
- Crab Shack Celebrates 15th (Folly Beach).
- Local lawyer tries to tailor diet to exercise regimen (Post & Courier).
- 2015 Charleston Comedy Festival Schedule (HCS).
- Mena Suvari caught Charleston Stage’s A Christmas Carol this weekend (Charleston City Paper).
- Riverdogs’ 2015 Hot Stove Banquet to feature Hall of Famer Gossage (HCS).
- Win a Free Bowling Party for 12 by taking The Alley’s Fan Survey.
- Tenth Annual Chanukah in the Square (CofC).
- Freeloaders: Joy to the Free (Charleston City Paper).
- Isle of Palms man overcomes hypertension, cholesterol and diabetes to finish his 50th marathon (Post & Courier).
- Investigation: Sanford & McCrory get payouts from lender (News 2).
- SC GOP senator thinking about presidential run (ABC News 4).
- New bill would require pay for SC student athletes (Live 5 News).
- Federal budget would send millions to Port of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Haley: Domestic violence task force to be created (ABC News 4).
- Rep. Jim Merrill says work for InfiLaw was aboveboard (Post & Courier).
- Sullivan’s town council to address coyote problem (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry organ donor honored for giving gift of life (Live 5 News).
- DOT: Pedestrian bridge over Crosstown not needed (ABC News 4).
- Boeing announces major investments for MUSC and Lowcountry Food Bank (ABC News 4).
- Police hockey teams to play memorial game for Deputy Matuskovic (Live 5 News).
- Charleston VA holding listening session (News 2).
- One man shot, another stabbed following altercation at N. Charleston home (Live 5 News).
- BoomTown maps out, promotes Charleston’s tech hub (Post & Courier).
- Google awards Charleston Digital Corridor $10,000 (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- A collaborative, multi-agency Farm-To-School Initiative is set to go statewide (Moultrie News).
- IOP holes in the beach gone with the tide, officials say (Post & Courier).
- Firefighters, community gift Walterboro family with presents after house fire (Live 5 News).
- 25 South Carolina directors to receive 4 percent raise (ABC News 4).
- Mount Pleasant police officer saves choking child during Christmas parade (Post & Courier).
- Doctor: Mom who drove into ocean still unstable (ABC News 4).
- HSMAI To Honor Wild Dunes Resort with a Silver Award at It’s 58th Annual Adrian Awards Competition (Wild Dunes).
- Former community officer sentenced for sex assaults on teens (ABC News 4).
- James Metts retires from sheriff’s department, will plead guilty in bribery case (Live 5 News).
- Police: Man breaks teacher’s arm in classroom (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston man accused of setting car, apartment door on fire (Post & Courier).
- SC National Guard conducts air defense exercise (ABC News 4).
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