- Dylann Roof still competent for trial, self-representation; Trial resumes Wednesday (ABC News 4).
- History of complaints before fatal interaction between North Charleston woman, boyfriend (ABC News 4).
- N. Charleston police address questions about response in shooting death (Live 5 News).
- Family: Could North Charleston officers’ handling of domestic violence calls have prevented woman’s death? (Post & Courier).
- Civil rights group to speak out after woman found shot in North Charleston, boyfriend arrested (Live 5 News).
- Child reportedly shot in the leg while riding bicycle in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Report: Intoxicated driver killed passenger in Ashley River Road crash (Post & Courier).
- Opioid abuse continues to grow. So why are South Carolina doctors prescribing more of them? (Post & Courier).
- Thomas Ravenel Takes on Proof in Late Night Rant (Eater Charleston).
- Why Thomas Ravenel lashed out at Proof’s Craig Nelson (Charleston City Paper).
- T-Rav responds to Proof owner Craig Nelson’s take on their 13-year feud (Charleston City Paper).
- After Social Media Rant, Map of “T-Rav-Free Safe Zones” is Created (HCS).
- Dog recovering after being shot in the head (News 2).
- Charleston to see snowflakes this weekend — maybe (Post & Courier).
- Owner of Charleston Beer Works Passed Over the Weekend (Eater Charleston).
- Smells of Porky Goodness Almost Here at Rodney Scott’s BBQ (Eater Charleston).
- Charles Towne Fermentory now open in Avondale (Charleston City Paper).
- Bi-Lo to close Ben Sawyer supermarket in Mount Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Timmons Pettigrew Joins Edmund’s Oast as Director of Group Operations (Eater Charleston).
- Stems & Skins now proudly offering tinned fish (Post & Courier).
- Sullivan’s Island polar plunge draws large crowd, donations for Special Olympics (Post & Courier).
- Localpalooza Concert to Benefit Multiple Local Charities (HCS).
- DIY’s “Restoring Charleston” episodes to re-run on Wednesday (Post & Courier).
- The Buckeyes were last shut out in 1993. So what were the Tigers up to back then? (Post & Courier).
- Former Citadel basketball standout Derrick Henry now an MTV star (Post & Courier).
- Tweet says parking fee at PAC is going up, but it’s not that simple (ABC News 4).
- West Ashley robotics team dominates at Lowcountry competitions (ABC News 4).
- Tim Hussey muses on painting, Charleston and contemporary art (Post & Courier).
- Beware of ticket scams for hot games like the National Championship (News 2).
- WYLA is the other hip low-power radio station in town (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina’s pending ethics commission isn’t all that independent, experts say (Post & Courier).
- Bill Peagler denies role in fatal hunting dog shooting (Post & Courier).
- AG: State’s high court should settle lt. governor question (ABC News 4).
- SC residents eligible for in-state tuition at some colleges elsewhere (Post & Courier).
- Charleston is the latest place where Joe Biden says he wants to be reborn (Charleston City Paper).
- Orangeburg County restaurants welcome Sunday alcohol sales (Live 5 News).
- Charleston school board revisits one source of budget woes (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County schools eliminate elementary strings programs (Post & Courier).
- Coroner identifies man killed in North Charleston shooting (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina is the fifth most popular state for new residents (Post & Courier).
- Arrest made in December Lincolnville murder, home invasion (ABC News 4).
- Officials: 975 traffic deaths on South Carolina highway in 2016 (Post & Courier).
- 2nd arrest made in deadly Thanksgiving hit-and-run (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry hospitals welcome first babies of 2017 (Live 5 News).
- Drybar’s King Street location opening later this month (Charleston City Paper).
- Flu cases on the rise in South Carolina (Live 5 News).
- Port site brings $38M; initial details unveiled on new HQ (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Goose Creek CVS robbery suspect had noticeable trait, witnesses say (ABC News 4).
- Summerville hotel lawsuit moves forward (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Benjamin Doyle (HCS).
- Police looking for people who used counterfeit bills at Folly Road businesses (ABC News 4).
- Red Cross assisting Lowcountry family after Hanahan house fire (Live 5 News).
- Crumbling runway repaired on Air Force auxiliary airfield near Orangeburg (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Police make arrest in Norman St. shooting (Live 5 News).
- Hicks column: Hello 2017, good riddance 2016 (Post & Courier).
- Lightning strike reported at Johns Island home (ABC News 4).
- Mount Pleasant police looking for suspect after attempted armed robbery on New Year’s Eve (Live 5 News).
- Authorities investigate robbery at CVS in Goose Creek (News 2).
- Mercedes-Benz Vans expands footprint with $6.77 million North Charleston land purchase (Post & Courier).
- Police: Woman stripped outside barber shop with kids nearby (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Edward Jones (HCS).
- Authorities search for missing trailer (News 2).
- Lost bus on endless road trip finds communities in need of helping hands (ABC News 4).
- Police: Employees robbed while replenishing cash in ATM (Live 5 News).
- Dolphin found stranded on Sullivan’s Island (ABC News 4).
- Teen pedestrian hit by vehicle hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries (News 2).
- Goose Creek couple rings in 2017 with impromptu marriage ceremony, polar plunge (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry children’s store owner explains child furniture safety (News 2).
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