- CofC: Barometric spike points to sonic boom, not earthquake (ABC News 4).
- Citadel punishes 14 cadets after white-hood investigation (Live 5 News).
- Offers more details on ‘white pillowcase’ investigation (Charleston City Paper).
- New Emanuel AME pastor delivers first sermon, message of hope (Post & Courier).
- SLED investigating the death of a CCU student from N.Charleston (News 2).
- Indictment sheds light on sex-trafficking ring that included North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Taser used when black motorist killed to be tested again (ABC News 4).
- Obamacare ‘coverage gap’ excludes 123,000 South Carolinians from health insurance, including Jim Connor (Post & Courier).
- Deputies investigating ‘suspicious’ death of Johns Island man (News 2)
- One dead in Saturday evening shooting, police searching for suspect (News 2).
- Super Bowl 50: Denver Broncos, Carolina Panthers advance to showpiece (CNN).
- Mount Pleasant police ask for help finding missing teen (ABC News 4).
- Generalísimo Is OUT on King Street; Ink n Ivy Is IN (Eater Charleston).
- Parlor Deluxe Adds Beer Floats and Bubbly to the Menu (Eater Charleston).
- Two excellent alternatives to the Lowcountry Oyster Festival (Post & Courier).
- Bidding adieu to the Blind Tiger (Charleston City Paper).
- Zen Asian Fusion sued over skimmed tips (Post & Courier).
- Charitable Society of Charleston’s Oyster Roast is Saturday (HCS).
- HōM Offers New Happy Hour Menu with Earlier Hours (HCS).
- FILL Restaurant & Piano Bar Schedules Grand Opening (Eater Charleston).
- The 4th Annual Cork Shuckin’ Festival Scheduled for 2/6 on Wadmalaw (HCS).
- The Best Charleston Pop-Up Restaurants To Try NOW (Eater Charleston).
- Stems and Skins opens today in Park Circle (Charleston City Paper).
- Cannon Green Passes the One Year Mark and Keeps the Plants Alive (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston Beer Exchange plans move to Half Mile North (Charleston City Paper).
- Gaillard Center to Host “An Evening with David Sedaris” (HCS).
- Dave Matthews Band Returns to the Coliseum this July (HCS).
- First Holy City Comic Con draws hundreds to Memminger Auditorium (Post & Courier).
- The poet-performers: Charleston area is home to growing spoken word scene (Post & Courier).
- “Invincible: A Glorious Tribute to Michael Jackson” Thrills the PAC on 2/11 (HCS).
- Local band Del Sur has released two music videos. One for “Been So Long” and one fore “Lifeguards” (YouTube).
- Stepping into the ring of women’s boxing (Charleston City Paper).
- PULP Gallery Set to Open on 2/14 with an Erotic Art Show (HCS).
- Battery opens regular-season schedule against Cincinnati FC on March 26 (Post & Courier).
- “Country Rapper” Salis has released a song called “Me” (SoundCloud).
- Kiawah Island Motoring Retreat Speeds Through Lowcountry this April (HCS).
- Salt-n-Pepa, Coolio, More Coming for Columbia Concert (WLTX).
- Duke University Pitchforks Host Charity Concert on 2/6 (HCS).
- Clemson’s 2016 Football Schedule Released (Live 5 News).
- This March: 6th Annual Dancing with The ARK’s Stars (HCS).
- Mayor Tecklenburg to deliver first State of the City address Tuesday night (News 2).
- School district leader says he was falsely accused of mishandling funds (Post & Courier).
- SC flood victims getting an additional $10M in aid (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina’s record month for gun checks adds to strain of FBI system (Post & Courier).
- Changes to state ethics rules make lawmakers reconsider spending campaign cash on club memberships (Post & Courier).
- Take a stand for ethics reform (Post & Courier).
- On Isle of Palms, day-trippers can expect more trouble parking (Post & Courier).
- S.C. jobless rate remained unchanged in December at 5.5% (Post & Courier).
- S.C. Republican who called Nikki Haley ‘a raghead’ to endorse Trump (Washington Post).
- Mount Pleasant council goes full-circle on roundabout issue (Post & Courier).
- State lawmaker proposes gun law exemption and regulating journalists (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Charleston County Auditor Peter Teckenburg (HCS).
- House measure aims to limit ceremony, keep chamber on task (ABC News 4).
- Free help with tax preparation begins Saturday (Live 5 News).
- Nurse, husband awarded nearly $7M in malpractice suit (Post & Courier).
- Charleston mosque, pair of moms team up to send baby carrier to Syrian refugees (ABC News 4).
- Whaley cemetery descendants sought (Post & Courier).
- Red Cross assisting three people following N. Charleston house fire (Live 5 News).
- Be A Mentor recently appointed Eileen Burkhardt as its new Executive Director.
- Clemson leasing space in Cigar Factory for Design Center programs (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Jury: SC man exaggerated impairment, scammed govt of $1.5M (ABC News 4).
- Croghan’s Jewel Box renovates and expands (Charleston City Paper).
- Mount Pleasant woman involved in fatal Upstate crash (Post & Courier).
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