- Even following a death sentence, Dylann Roof’s fate remains uncertain (Charleston City Paper).
- Nikki Haley Becomes Latest Trump Cabinet Pick to Criticize Russia (NBC News).
- All-boys’ charter school off to a rocky start in North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Teen Who Was Kidnapped as a Baby Knew About Abduction, Court Records Say (ABC News).
- Charleston Sister March & Rally to be held Saturday (HCS).
- Rain or shine, Charleston Women’s March will go on (Post & Courier).
- A single parking space in downtown Charleston is being sold for $74,000 — but that’s not even the most expensive one (Post & Courier).
- Deputies search for pair after chase from Mount Pleasant to Huger (Live 5 News).
- Motion filed to make documents from Dylann Roof trial public (News 2).
- Charleston police searching for runaway teenager (Live 5 News).
- Hearing set next week in Michael Slager trial (News 2).
- Short Grain Pops Up at Le Farfalle This Sunday (HCS).
- Chef Nico Romo Teases New Mt. Pleasant Restaurant (HCS).
- Homegrown Johns Island Farmers Market relocating (Post & Courier).
- Home Team BBQ Announces New Weekly Specials (HCS).
- Scarecrow & Co. continues to shed staffers with chef departure (Post & Courier).
- Pizza and Wine Concept Moves Forward on Huger Street (HCS).
- Strong regional sensibilities are the focus at the Drawing Room (Charleston City Paper).
- Jack’s Cafe Expands George Street Footprint (Eater Charleston).
- The Granary set to return with raw bar, patio and Roderick Weaver (Post & Courier).
- Chick-fil-A beefing up its Mount Pleasant presence with 3rd restaurant (Post & Courier).
- Putting The “Bae” In Bagels (Yelp Charleston).
- Charleston Comedy Festival 2017 (Charleston City Paper).
- Taste of Folly postponed due to severe weather (Live 5 News).
- How Charleston Music Hall combats online ticket scalping (Charleston City Paper).
- ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper releases first 2017 mock draft, Watson and Williams in top 10 (post & Courier).
- Kate Mara Iraq War Hero Biopic ‘Megan Leavey’ Gets Release Date (Variety).
- Ryan Adams Returns to the North Charelston PAC (HCS).
- Ann Wilson of Heart Plays the Music Hall in March (HCS).
- Shrimp Records collective reunites to benefit Gun Sense SC (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston radio legend Bob Nash dies (Live 5 News).
- Pet Fest Returns in March (HCS).
- New(ish) Year, New You? Make a Plan! (HCS).
- Jessica Biel Anthology ‘The Sinner,’ which filmed in Charleston, Picked Up to Series at USA Network (The Hollywood Reporter).
- Registration Open for 2017 Moms’ Run Benefiting Postpartum Support (HCS).
- Lara Hope & the Ark-Tones bring a new energy to classic rockabilly, blues, and country (Charleston City Paper).
- Artists Anthony Dominguez and Ronald Ramsey find creativity in unexpected places (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Mayor John and Sandy Tecklenburg (HCS).
- Changing face of King Street attracts more local biz, but growth could soon be a problem (ABC News 4).
- Council Chair Vic Rawl says Charleston County shouldn’t have to say how I-526 shortfall will be covered (Post & Courier).
- DOT takes hard look at deadly road problems plaguing state (News 2).
- Proposed bill could change online shopping in SC (Live 5 News).
- State-required testing in science, social studies could drop (Live 5 News).
- The pending battle for West Ashley (Charleston City Paper).
- Report: 6,500 teachers left SC schools prior to current academic year (South Carolina Radio Network).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Brantley Moody (HCS).
- Cadets from The Citadel headed to Inaugural Parade (Live 5 News).
- SCHP: No injuries reported following school bus accident in Goose Creek (Live 5 News).
- Suspended lawmaker has $50K bond on domestic violence charge (News 2).
- The real heroes aren’t in comic books (Charleston City Paper).
- Edisto begins beach renourishment project after Hurricane Matthew damage (Post & Courier).
- Live 5 News hosting phone bank to help answer income tax questions (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Rev. Eric S.C. Manning (HCS).
- Police charge man in fatal New Year’s Day shooting (ABC News 4).
- The forgotten story of how the Old Slave Mart became a short-lived candy shop (Charleston City Paper).
- CCSO: Burger King employees tied up, robbed (ABC News 4).
- Trump company seeks cleanup agreement for North Charleston property (South Carolina Radio Network).
- Charleston chase ends in Berkeley County (ABC News 4).
- Multi-car accident in North Charleston leaves one dead and four hospitalized (News 2).
- Georgetown deputies looking for stolen National Guard Humvee (ABC News 4).
- Police investigating string of car break-ins into unlocked vehicles (Live 5 News).
- Charleston’s airport sets air-travel record in 2016 (Live 5 News).
- Boeing’s North Charleston workers to vote on union representation (Post & Courier).
- Authorities investigating after deceased man found lying in his yard (Live 5 News).
- Charleston man pleads guilty to manslaughter in connection with fatal 2015 Johns Island shooting (Post & Courier).
- Man reported missing found safe (Live 5 News).
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