- 2014: A deadly year (Post & Courier).
- There were 66 homicides in Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties in 2014, the highest total since 2007.
- Interactive map showing every homicide in the tri-county area since 2001.
- Officer, driver injured in North Charleston crash (ABC News 4).
- Overturned vehicle stalling traffic on James Island connector, authorities say (Post & Courier).
- Spoleto Festival announces 2015 lineup (Post & Courier).
- The Barbeque Joint Hosts Its 2nd Wild Game Dinner (HCS).
- 15 Min with Sara Clow (Charleston Mag).
- Básico’s Restaurant Week Menu Explores Oaxacan Mole (HCS).
- Medal of Honor Bowl Announced “Ultimate Tailgate Fanfest” (HCS).
- Rose Ball Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- The Alley celebrates New Year’s Eve (Post & Courier).
- Charleston makes “15 destinations for travelers to set their sights on in 2015” list (LA Times).
- Gallery: Emancipation Day Parade (Post & Courier).
- Water puppets, film, and more make for a promising 2015 lineup (Charleston City Paper).
- Patriots Point has good ‘Pay What You Can’ turnout despite weather (Post & Courier).
- Monster Jam sights and sounds (News 2).
- Medal of Honor Bowl players report for duty, get straight to work (Post & Courier).
- Charleston: Top 15 things to do 2015 (Charleston Food Bloggers).
- Comedian Nick Thune Stops at Theatre 99 this February (HCS).
- Cougars Fall In CAA Opener at William & Mary (Live 5 News).
- Newton, defense lead Panthers past Cardinals 27-16 (ABC News 4).
- On the laugh track: Theatre 99’s Charleston Comedy Festival features 3 headliners, lots of local mayhem (Post & Courier).
- Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Comes to Charleston (HCS).
- Western Carolina holds off The Citadel, 78-70 (Post & Courier).
- Campaigns to replace Riley well underway (Post & Courier).
- Governors’ inaugurals fueled by political donors (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina’s elections among least competitive in the U.S. (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Catholic leaders, others elated with thawing relations with Cuba (Post & Courier).
- McGinley questioned Walpole’s firing ahead of coach’s dismissal, emails show (Post & Courier).
- Charleston has a busy business agenda for 2015 (Post & Courier).
- No silver bullets, but Legislature needs to work on education (Post & Courier).
- Driver in Isle of Palms wreck faces felony charge in one of many holiday DUI arrests (Post & Courier).
- May date set for married couple’s murder trial in Heather Elvis case (Post & Courier).
- In 2014, the Sea Turtle Rescue Program admitted 37 new patients – the highest number of admissions since the program’s start in 2000
- Thirteen turtles were released into the wild, and two non-releasable turtles were transferred to permanent homes in aquariums
- Sixty percent of 2014’s turtle patients were affected by human-influenced injury or illness.
- Flu didn’t take a holiday in South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- $80 million Charleston Midtown project eyes April opening (Post & Courier).
- Victim identified in fatal crash News Year’s Day on James Island (News 2).
- For Charleston and the Lowcountry, a year of big change looms (Post & Courier).
- Shots end Charlotte slaying suspect standoff (ABC News 4).
- Man shot to death at Richland County bar (Post & Courier).
- Church and doctors to hold train crash memorial (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Harbor winter home to spectacular Northern gannets (Post & Courier).
- Mobile app tracks the location of flu virus as epidemic worsens (News 2).
- Drunk driving suspected after SC trooper collision (ABC News 4).
- Woman flees scene, runs from police at speed limit (News 2).
- A decade later, Graniteville still recovering from deadly train wreck (Post & Courier).
- Report: Nephew beats uncle after finding him sexually assaulting girlfriend (ABC News 4).
- Coroner identifies store clerk shot, killed (News 2).
- SC sheriff says man tried to set woman on fire (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley Electric Co-op alerts customers of scam (Live 5 News).
- Roads may get busy with end of holiday season (ABC News 4).
- Man Dead in New Ellenton Shooting (News 2).
- Sumter Police search for man wanted on attempted murder charge (Live 5 News).
- SC mill town staggered, but survived fatal gas leak (ABC News 4).
- Horry County Police say friend shot friend over money and property (News 2).
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