- Professor, 1 other killed in murder-suicide on USC campus (The State).
- SLED: USC health building to be closed ‘for some time’ during shooting investigation (ABC News 4).
- Photo Gallery (Live 5 News).
- In photos: Murder-suicide racks USC campus (The State).
- ARCHIVE: 1979 killings at USC — Grief never goes away (The State).
- A Preview of Oak Road Brewery (CHS Beer).
- 15 Favorite Casual Small Bites and Snacks in Charleston (The Daily Meal).
- A Better, Truer, More Southern Way to Make Grits with Sean Brock (Food 52).
- Wild Dunes Hosts “Braised, Blended & Bottled” (HCS).
- Popular Myrtle Beach sandwich shop Toffino’s opens location in Mount Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Sky-high property values pose the biggest challenge to bringing good food to the masses (Charleston City Paper).
- Neighborly ambiance, layered flavors makes Park Cafe a feel-good experience (Post & Courier).
- Salt at Station 22 Reopened Today (HCS).
- Opal, The Drawing Room introduce brunch (Post & Courier).
- The Hottest Restaurants in Charleston Right Now, February 2015 (Eater Charleston).
- The Shelter Hosts Pig Pickin’ and Silent Auction Event this Saturday for Ronald McDonald House (HCS).
- Latest Pecha Kucha Event to be Held During Wine + Food Fest (HCS).
- Southern Charm 2: The Insanity Is Back (FITS News).
- What to expect on Southern Charm season 2 (Charleston City Paper).
- Mermaids Return to the SC Aquarium Next Month (HCS).
- ‘The Book of Mormon’: Award-winning musical from the creators of ‘South Park’ lands in the Lowcountry (Post & Courier).
- This Valentine’s Day, adopt an otter from the South Carolina Aquarium (InTown).
- Spoleto Festival USA season kicks off with annual auction (Post & Courier).
- CofC ‘IN THE MIX’ Music Industry Series to Continue (Lowcountry Today).
- Adjusted for zaniness, South Carolina’s Signing Day went well (Post & Courier).
- FollyGras at Folly Beach: Celebrate Mardi Gras in the Lowcountry (10Best).
- Art for the Internet (Charleston Grit).
- Southern Baby Show Scheduled for Saturday (HCS).
- Charleston youth recreation registration extended through Friday (Post & Courier).
- Democrats: Haley proposal a tax hike for 1M residents (ABC News 4).
- Port of Charleston deal with conservation groups praised by S.C. Senate committee (Post & Courier).
- Firefighters take battle to Statehouse for help with cancer treatment (ABC News 4).
- Possible replacement for former Berkeley County sheriff submitted to governor (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County interim sheriff releases statement following DeWitt resignation (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry AIDS Services Wants Residents to “Love Safe” (HCS).
- Officials: Electrical spark results in possible fire call at Academic Magnet (Live 5 News).
- Lawsuits allege negligence by guards in two Lowcountry club shootings (Post & Courier).
- New apartment complex in West Ashley moves forward (Live 5 News).
- Police: Handcuffed shoplifter attempts getaway in stolen cop car, crashes into fence (Live 5 News).
- Spirit of Summerville Trolley to be christened by Mayor Collins (News 2).
- Roper hopes to give ‘spark of life’ to local schools (ABC News 4).
- Crews respond to Moncks Corner house fire (Live 5 News).
- S.C. journalist thrust into the spotlight in dispute over James Brown’s will (Post & Courier).
- Clemson fraternity receives 5-year suspension (Live 5 News).
- Fatal hit-and-run suspect waives bond option, victim’s family testifies in court (ABC News 4).
- Charleston shelter serves up new hospitality jobs training program (Live 5 News).
- Summey appointed to MUSC Board of Visitor (Post & Courier).
- Report: Caregiver made $619 in purchases on elderly man’s credit card (Live 5 News).
- State parks and recreation department looking to grow tourism economy (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Man gets life for killing girlfriend on Johns Island (Live 5 News).
- Expect delays on I26 eastbound; Lane closures planned for weekend (ABC News 4).
- Sparc wins $7M contract for SPAWAR’s veterans benefits management system (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Summerville man sentenced to 12 years in federal prison (ABC News 4).
- Group planning boutique hotel on Upper King sells property for $3.3 million (Post & Courier).
- No fireworks on Murrells Inlet Marshwalk this year (ABC News 4).
- Emergency workers, Marines conduct anti-terror training (Live 5 News).
- 76 businesses qualify for investment under state’s ‘High Growth’ Act (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Beaufort County deputies seeking information in cold cases (ABC News 4).
- Santee Cooper partners with Georgetown to give free CFLs to customers (News 2).
- Hackers access records for millions of Anthem customers (ABC News 4).
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