- President’s order bars approved refugees from the Lowcountry (News 2).
- Dozens rally in Marion Square to oppose immigration ban (Charleston City Paper).
- The Latest: Graham: ‘I’ll find a way to fix this problem’ (ABC News 4).
- S.C. university leaders express support for international students and faculty (Charleston City Paper).
- 4 charged after girl fight at North Charleston High School (ABC News 4).
- Would-be Ashley Hall shooter wants to plead guilty (News 2).
- Betsy DeVos narrowly passes first confirmation test while Sen. Tim Scott continues to defend his support (Post & Courier).
- Sen. Scott: ‘High levels of confusion around Besty DeVos‘ (ABC News 4).
- ‘We need the public to examine their own driving behaviors.’ Highway Patrol targeting aggressive drivers in Charleston area (Post & Courier).
- New bill aims to ban Confederate flags on public property statewide (Charleston City Paper).
- Things not so perfect at Perfectly Franks in Summerville (ABC News 4).
- 492 Announces New Happy Hour Menu (HCS).
- Charleston Wine + Food Gets ‘Top Chef’ Treatment (Eater Charleston).
- 18-wheeler plows through Moncks Corner restaurant (News 2).
- The Daily Has a Busy Winter Planned (HCS).
- Culinary Institute of Charleston looks to high schoolers to increase declining enrollment (Charleston City Paper).
- Edmund’s Oast Welcomes Back Brooklyn Bartender for Tiki Takeover (HCS).
- Metanoia opens The Macon Cafe on Reynolds Avenue (Charleston City Paper).
- Le Farfalle & Short Grain to Team Up for Super Bowl Party (HCS).
- Two Charleston beverage professionals leave their posts (Post & Courier).
- 13th Annual Shem Creek Mardi Crawl Goes Down on 2/25 (HCS).
- Win free Black Tap Coffee gear at their fifth anniversary party (Charleston City Paper).
- Jews, Muslims gather at College of Charleston for discussion on food and faith (ABC News 4).
- Demolition to begin to make way for Whole Foods, Zoe’s Kitchen in West Ashley (Post & Courier).
- The Chainsmokers are Coming to the Coliseum (HCS).
- Music Hall to Welcome Portugal. The Man (HCS).
- Charleston’s Dig South conference nabs top tech executives for 2017 lineup (Post & Courier).
- “America’s Got Talent” Holding Auditions in North Charleston (HCS).
- Charleston Symphony Orchestra Announces New Club Featuring Streaming Performances (HCS).
- The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition Begins on 2/17 (HCS).
- Austell accepts invitation to NFL Combine (Charleston Southern).
- Long awaited, a new teacher leads the West Ashley High orchestra (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Terry Base Bryant (HCS).
- Report: 822,000 South Carolinians with preexisting conditions were uninsurable before Obamacare (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster, officials working on letter to President Trump over Real ID (Post & Courier).
- Poll worker charged with trying to coerce SC primary voters (AP).
- About 100 people gather in N. Charleston to protest Trump’s Cabinet choices (Live 5 News).
- Panel requests Department of Juvenile Justice’s plans after report found agency unprepared for riots (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Clay Middleton (HCS).
- S.C. treasurer, armed with attorney general opinion, blasts pension fund management (Post & Courier).
- S.C. Democrats’ 2017 legislative hopes include casinos, legalizing medical marijuana (Post & Courier).
- USC to erect statue of first African-American professor (ABC News 4).
- Police: 5 charged after throwing water balloons at ‘a bunch of liberals’ outside Lindsey Graham’s Charleston office (Post & Courier).
- CCSD: Great-grandmother charged in taking child was on approved list at school (Live 5 News).
- Avery Research Center Closing for Renovations (CofC).
- Clock is ticking to get healthcare coverage for 2017 (Live 5 News).
- Future of working waterfronts in SC to be discussed during public forum (News 2).
- Help Camp Happy Days Deliver Valentine’s Treats to Kids in Hospitals (HCS).
- This February Tiger Lily’s Charity in Bloom program benefits Chase After a Cure (Charleston City Paper).
- Lowcountry church vows to come back after arson (ABC News 4).
- Century Aluminum files suit against Santee Cooper (Live 5 News).
- Patriots Point expects to reach major milestone Wednesday morning (ABC News 4).
- Police arrest man accused of cutting store employee with knife (Live 5 News).
- Young boy, 7, finds cash from Horry County bank robbery (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina 6th grader dies after meningitis infection (ABC News 4).
- Horse carriage involved in downtown collision (Live 5 News).
- Police say man behind $6000 in bad checks at downtown Charleston store (ABC News 4).
- Search is on for suspects in Food Lion robbery in Ladson (News 2).
- Sleepless along Septima Clark: City drainage work keeps residents up at night (Post & Courier).
- Bicyclist with drugs in his pockets responsible for June stabbing, police say (ABC News 4).
- Deputies: Don’t want your things stolen? Lock your car (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston police charge men with cocaine trafficking (Post & Courier).
- Citizen Check-In program contributes to saving man’s life (Live 5 News).
- Humans’ earliest ancestor, the saccorhytus, are not such a pretty sight (Post & Courier).
- Post office ‘mishap’ cost woman $200 until ABC News 4 got involved (ABC News 4).
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