- Dylann Roof: GUILTY (HCS).
- Life in prison or death only options for Dylann Roof (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry, state leaders react to Dylann Roof guilty verdict (Live 5 News).
- Roof will not present mental health evidence in sentencing phase of federal trial (Live 5 News).
- Congregants’ Quiet Agony at the Dylann Roof Trial (New York Times).
- Judge to allow Roof to represent himself during penalty phase of church shooting trial (Live 5 News).
- Dylann Roof Trial: Evidence we saw for the first time in court (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Liz Alston (HCS).
- Former Berkeley Superintendent admits guilt in Yes 4 Schools campaign (Post & Courier).
- Summerville HS teacher arrested, accused of assaulting student (Live 5 News).
- Questions remain about funds accepted by Merrill (Post & Courier).
- Police: Student brings gun to Seacoast Church (ABC News 4).
- $50,000 goal reached for Tricounty Family Ministries’ new soup kitchen (Charleston City Paper).
- Hyman’s Seafood settles wage theft suit for $1 million (Post & Courier).
- Proof introduces 19 new cocktails (Post & Courier).
- Oyster Roast Benefiting East Cooper Meals on Wheels Scheduled for 1/22 (HCS).
- For Stoneberger’s 2Nixons, the food is all about maxing out umami (Post & Courier).
- From Fine Dining to Food Truck: How Semilla Started (Eater Charleston).
- Halls Chophouse Named to OpenTable’s List of 100 Best Restaurants in America (HCS).
- Rodney Scott Doesn’t Give Up Opening Date Yet (Eater Charleston).
- 18 Amazing Restaurants Along The South Carolina Coast You Must Try Before You Die (Only In Your State).
- Comedian Katt Williams To Perform at the Coliseum on 1/21 (HCS).
- Biz Markie To Perform at The Alley on 1/21 (HCS).
- Christmas concert to be held at Emanuel AME Church (Live 5 News).
- Testone Returns to Charleston Music Hall for Valentine’s Day Show (HCS).
- SC Football Hall of Fame Reveals Class of 2017 Finalists (HCS).
- Top Chef: Charleston Ep. 3 — No love for the radish farmers? (Charleston City Paper).
- 2016 Toys for Tots Gala set for December 17 (News 2).
- Songwriting Students Take Center Stage (CofC).
- Little Stranger to release old family track, “Queens of the Nile” (Charleston City Paper).
- Oceanside Collegiate Academy continues to grow, boys basketball team off to 7-1 start (Post & Courier).
- Sen. Tim Scott, AG nominee Jeff Sessions meet in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- SC’s Jaime Harrison now among 4 seeking Democratic chair, including Labor Secretary Perez (The State).
- State and federal gun laws make it easy to give and receive firearms as gifts (Charleston City Paper).
- In crusade to punish Russia, Sen. Lindsey Graham reminds people his campaign emails were also hacked (Post & Courier).
- Recycle Your Christmas Tree and Go Green this Holiday Season (Charleston County).
- Administrators say planned riot at Wando High is only a rumor (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Rev. Dr. Jeremy Rutledge (HCS).
- South Carolina jobless rate falls for 7th consecutive month (ABC News 4).
- Mulvaney to be named next director of Office of Management and Budget (Post & Courier).
- New cranes have names thanks to Belle Hall students (ABC News 4).
- Mount Pleasant police make arrest after men fled during traffic stop (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry Homeless Coalition holds memorial for people who died homeless in Charleston area in 2016 (Post & Courier).
- 56-year-old arrested in shooting that wounded man in Mount Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Missing Awendaw teen found safe (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Shakem Akhet (HCS).
- Charleston Police Department issues phone scam alert (Live 5 News).
- Shots fired at Wal-Mart employee during armed robbery in Goose Creek, police say (Post & Courier).
- Man arrested for breaking into vehicles; search is on for second person (News 2).
- Two men charged with raping young girl (ABC News 4).
- Boeing’s 737 MAX pays a visit to company’s North Charleston workers (Post & Courier).
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