- Runoff will decide Charleston’s first new mayor in 40 years (ABC News 4).
- French Charlestonians reel in the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks (Post & Courier).
- Face of HIV in Lowcountry isn’t Charlie Sheen, it’s black and poor (Post & Courier).
- More than month after floods, SC couple still boats home (ABC News 4).
- Large crowd expected for all three Democratic candidates at Blue Jamboree (Post & Courier).
- CFO of Charleston County School District resigns after $18 million shortfall (Live 5 News).
- Deputies searching for missing James Island teen (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Shooter’s friend fears trial in Charleston would be unfair (Post & Courier).
- Help Feed Charleston Families This Thanksgiving (HCS).
- The 2015 Eater Awards for Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- Thanksgiving Restaurant Openings and Closings in Charleston (HCS).
- Bourdain does the Lowcountry right, finally (Charleston City Paper).
- Buy Local Month Began Sunday (HCS).
- 10 Startups to Watch — Lowcountry Street Grocery (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston Beer Garden Becomes Fundraiser for Lowcountry AIDS Services (The Digitel Charleston).
- High-tech fishing uses electric charge to study fish population (ABC News 4).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- Former server sues Buffalo Wild Wings in N. Charleston for wage theft (Post & Courier).
- Three Area Businesses Honored in 6th Annual “Made in the South” Awards (HCS).
- Brooklyn resident explores Southern cooking of her childhood in new book (Post & Courier).
- Biergarten Launches Inaugural Random Acts Of Kindness Week (HCS).
- “A Night in Wine Country” Returns to King Street (HCS).
- More than sing, Pharrell and others want to talk about race (Post & Courier).
- Charleston reunion on ‘The Late Show’ when Shepard Fairey talks with Stephen Colbert (Post & Courier).
- Shovels & Rope to release new collection of covers this week with Shakey Graves, Milk Carton Kids, etc. (Post & Courier).
- With USC left to play, Citadel confident in playoff resume (Post & Courier).
- Academic Magnet football coach Bud Walpole sues district over watermelon incident (ABC News 4).
- Swinney not expecting No. 1 Clemson WR Williams to return (ABC News 4).
- Close confines await No. 2 USC women at Clemson’s 2,000-seat temporary home (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Classic basketball tournament adds some pep with local bands (Post & Courier).
- Christmas at Northwood Debuts 2015 Show on 12/4 (HCS).
- USC turns to freshman with starter Mason Zandi out (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Miss South Carolina Daja Dial (HCS).
- Haley vows to halt any changes in resettling refugees in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Charleston School of Law to begin offering spring admissions for first time (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Mayor Joe Riley (HCS).
- Bush begins 2-day campaign swing in South Carolina (ABC News 4).
- Obamacare customers in South Carolina face tough choices (Post & Courier).
- FEMA closing several disaster recovery centers for a day (ABC News 4).
- Upper peninsula students could be rezoned for downtown schools (Post & Courier).
- CPD looking for shooting suspect (ABC News 4).
- Report: Firefighter accused of sexually abusing 5-year-old girl (ABC News 4).
- Man gets 30 years for murder at Mt. Pleasant Towne Centre (Live 5 News).
- Black restaurant worker beaten, enslaved for years, Charleston lawyers say (Post & Courier).
- Alaska Airlines launches nonstop service from Charleston to Seattle (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- FBI releases images from tape made by child sex suspect; hope to identify ‘John Doe 34’ (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County deputies respond to reported bank robbery on Folly Road (ABC News 4).
- Goose Creek man arrested for neglecting yard (News 2).
- Park to be renamed for 11-year-old who died saving his sister (Live 5 News).
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