- 1 dead after apparent home invasion, robbery in Lincolnville, deputies say (ABC News 4).
- Deputies searching for suspect (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston police detain man who prompted Friday night SWAT team response (Post & Courier).
- SCHP investigating after fatal wreck involving motorcycle on Bacons Bridge Rd. (Live 5 News).
- No injuries reported in emergency landing of plane off Capers Island (ABC News 4).
- Following a guilty verdict, Dylann Roof’s fate remains undecided (Charleston City Paper).
- Another pedestrian hit on the Crosstown (ABC News 4).
- Bi-Lo site owners shopping around plan for new East Side grocery store (Post & Courier).
- Local doctor says prediction of high rates of flu in Charleston may be accurate (Live 5 News).
- Track Santa as he Travels to the Holy City (HCS).
- Sergeant Jasper: What went wrong (Post & Courier).
- Homebrew Club, Edmund’s Oast jointly produce Belgian ale sporting local beet juice (Post & Courier).
- Smoked fish and cured meats are Scarecrow’s stock-in-trade (Charleston City Paper).
- How a Facebook Message Landed 5Church’s Jamie Lynch on TV (Eater Charleston).
- Why a Wiener Crawl is the most American thing you can do this holiday season (Charleston City Paper).
- Restaurants that came and went in 2016 (Post & Courier).
- Peanut Butter & Jelly Beer? Here’s Where to Find One of Gail Simmons’ New Favorite Brews (Bravo).
- SNOB alum opening Charleston-inspired restaurant in D.C. (Post & Courier).
- Glass Onion Partners with Charleston Moves for January Charity Tasting (HCS).
- The Lowdown: Beyond the pumpkin spice latte is a world of coffee concoctions (Post & Courier).
- Charleston restaurants worth visiting for a fancy New Year’s Eve dinner (Post & Courier).
- Freeze Your Bills Off at the 4th Annual Bill Murray Look-a-Like Polar Plunge (HCS).
- Video: All signs point that Tebow will start the year with the Fireflies (ABC News 4).
- 2017 Charleston Comedy Festival Schedule (HCS).
- Local artists reflect on post-‘slave baby’ climate in the music scene (Charleston City Paper).
- Quentin E. Baxter To Present Three Jazz Concerts on Kiawah (HCS).
- Charleston native Mike Collins Jr. still follows his pre-war muse (Charleston City Paper).
- Captain’s Comic Expo Returns to Mt. Pleasant this February (HCS).
- Best of South Carolina Music 2016 (Free Times).
- Ohm Radio DJ Matt Williams pays tribute to musical legends lost in 2016 (Charleston City Paper).
- Live 5’s Top 10 High School Football Plays of the Year (Live 5 News).
- Listen to the 2016 Lit Issue on your holiday drive (Charleston City Paper).
- Stingrays forward Rob Flick has been team’s most consistent player last month (Post & Courier).
- Paul Cristina creates art evocative of life, death, and the unknown (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: WTMA’s Charlie James (HCS).
- Sanford says conservatives afraid of Trump (Politico).
- What’s next for West Ashley Master Plan? (Post & Courier).
- Hug your friends and hug a journalist (Charleston City Paper).
- City Council rejects contract with firm for West Ashley Master Plan (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Dana Beach (HCS).
- SC’s Sellers gives away toys to hometown children in need (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Rep. William Cogswell (HCS).
- Carolinas getting millions in federal flood relief (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Councilman Mike Seekings (HCS).
- 100 years of South Carolina letters to Santa (Charleston City Paper).
- Man charged in Berkeley County taxi driver shooting, robbery (ABC News 4).
- Record number of South Carolinians expected to hit roads for Christmas (Live 5 News).
- Airport gears up for busy travel weekend (Live 5 News).
- Last-minute shoppers pack the outlets in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Dispatch: SWAT situation on Thoroughbred Drive in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Jamaican workers to split $2M under settlement with resort (ABC News 4).
- One dead in Christmas Eve motorcycle crash in Dorchester County (ABC News 4).
- Curfew at Northwoods Mall ‘running smoothly’ (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Elder Ra’Shan Wilson (HCS).
- Black scholar wants to convert historic house into African-American museum (Post & Courier).
- Water Mission partnership delivers safe water to 250,000 African refugees (CRBJ Biz Wire).
- News 2 participates in surprise proposal (News 2).
- Mount Pleasant tenants vacate to make way for Baker Motor lot (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry powersport manufacturer expanding, adding jobs (Live 5 News).
- Joint Base Charleston saves holidays for Marine whose home was destroyed in fire (ABC News 4).
- Pets find a ‘Home for the Holidays’ through Charleston Animal Society adoption program (Post & Courier).
- Local law firm gives away free UBER credits (News 2).
- Sam’s Club to add 2nd Charleston-area store near Summerville (Post & Courier).
- CAS delivers furry friends for Christmas (ABC News 4).
- Frances R. Willis SPCA in Summerville celebrates reopening after flood damage (CRBJ Biz Wire).
- Dash cam loophole impacts DUI convictions (ABC News 4).
- Dispatchers: Suspicious package was bag of Christmas presents (Live 5 News).
- Package thief caught on camera stealing Christmas gifts on Goose Creek man’s porch (ABC News 4).
- TSA: SC Drivers’ Licenses Don’t Make The Cut (FITS News).
- Man arrested in connection with 2015 sexual assault case (Live 5 News).
- Abrupt daycare closure leaves parents out in the cold (ABC News 4).
- Women attempt to break in to fireworks stand, leave empty handed (Live 5 News).
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