- Victim hospitalized after early morning shooting (Live 5 News).
- NCPD: Suspect shoots, robs man he paid for sex (ABC News 4).
- Local law enforcement more aware, vigilant after New York officer killings (Post & Courier).
- Flooding shuts down several downtown Charleston streets (Live 5 News).
- Friends say accused murderer was often violent toward her boyfriend (ABC News 4).
- Terrace Theatre Will Show “The Interview” on Christmas Day (HCS).
- Charleston Christmas Events (HCS).
- LISTEN – Charleston Co. Dispatch: ‘Vehicle described as red sleigh pulled by reindeer’ (Live 5 News).
- Santa Tracker! (NORAD).
- Disabled veteran and family get revamped home for the holidays (ABC News 4).
- Couple gives homeless veteran a place to stay, first Christmas in 10 years (Live 5 News).
- Service members usher in holiday season while in Liberia (ABC News 4).
- Braves pitcher, ex-CofC standout Michael Kohn plays Secret Santa (Post & Courier).
- Ministry, businesses to hold ‘Birthday Party for Jesus’ (Live 5 News).
- Xmas marks the not-so-safe spot (Post & Courier).
- Don’t drop the ball, book reservations for New Year’s Eve now (Charleston City Paper).
- SC Peanut Board Donates Special Gift This Holiday Season (SCDA).
- Red Cross holds Christmas Eve Blood Drive (Live 5 News).
- Without Walls group set to host Christmas at The Citadel (ABC News 4).
- West Ashley neighborhood calls off parade because of weather (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Chefs Battle For the Win on Food Network’s ‘Chopped’ (Eater Charleston).
- Oyster Roast Benefiting The Green Heart Project Scheduled for 1/31/15 (HCS).
- Seattle-based pizza franchise to open in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- The Carrots Were Hung By the Embers With Care, In Hopes That McCrady’s Patrons Soon Would Be There (Eater Charleston).
- SOL adds new menu items (Post & Courier).
- Where Can You Go to Escape the Family on Christmas? (Eater Charleston).
- Dinner to recreate an unprecedented 1865 banquet in Charleston when blacks, whites came together (Post & Courier).
- 3rd Annual Cork Shuckin’ Festival Set for February 7th (HCS).
- Chow Mein Inn capitalized on Charleston’s chop suey craze in the ’30s and ’40s (Post & Courier).
- These artsy activities will keep you busy through the down week (Charleston City Paper).
- Junior receiver Roland leaves South Carolina (News 2).
- Groundhog Day Benefit Concert Returns to the Music Hall (HCS).
- The Charleston Performing Arts Center prepares students for the Great White Way (Charleston City Paper).
- CofC Athletics Mourns The Loss Of Chad Cooke (CofC Sports).
- Northwood girls and boys take Porter-Gaud basketball championships (Post & Courier).
- G. Love & Special Sauce Return to the Music Farm this March (HCS).
- SC mom who drove kids into ocean to be involuntarily committed (Live 5 News).
- Local doctors see uptick in flu mutations (ABC News 4).
- At least 6 dead in 2 counties after 3 weather-related crashes (Post & Courier).
- Machinists union, Boeing wage holiday ad war (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Coroner identifies two motorists killed in Berkeley Co. accident (Live 5 News).
- Armed robbery at the Scotchman under investigation (News 2).
- Website names SC state flag America’s best (Live 5 News).
- Crews contain gas leak on Reddin Road in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Officials: All three boaters rescued in search off McClellanville (Live 5 News).
- SC’s Healing Springs still draw people who believe (ABC News 4).
- Apartment complex evacuated after gas leak in North Charleston (News 2).
- Blotter: Stink, Stank, Stunk (Charleston City Paper).
- Some cry foul at Charleston Water Service’s decision to loan its logo to private company (Charleston City Paper).
- Anderson Co. deputies seek ‘vehicle of interest’ following I-85 shooting (Live 5 News).
- Dad finds missing 11-year-old Conway boy at grandmother’s, police say (News 2).
- Judge says USC fraternity members must move (Post & Courier).
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