- Michael Slager’s lawyer: Jury’s apparent rejection of murder charge should bar retrial (Post & Courier).
- Unsealed docs show Roof sought travel friend on Craigslist, growing divide with attorneys (ABC News 4).
- Charleston’s last refugees before Trump’s ban find peace in America (Post & Courier).
- Bond denied for man involved in officer-involved shooting (ABC News 4).
- ATF investigating fire that followed great-grandmother’s arrest (ABC News 4).
- City means business: 21 cars towed in Harleston Village (ABC News 4).
- Search discontinued for missing Santee Cooper security worker (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston police: Teen victim shot self; Child, 7, wounded in unrelated shooting (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina woman found ‘chained up like a dog’ to give first public interview since rescue (Post & Courier).
- Best of Charleston ’17 Nominations Announced; Final Voting Has Begun (HCS).
- Next Pecha Kucha Event to be Held During Wine + Food Fest (HCS).
- Rodney Scott’s BBQ Is Really, Really, Really Close to Opening (Eater Charleston).
- The Alley Releases Super Bowl Menus (HCS).
- In honor of Black History Month, here are the names of every African-American restaurateur in Charleston from 1880 to 1920 (Charleston City Paper).
- Short Grain is taking over Feathertop each Sunday for the rest of February (Charleston City Paper).
- Tickets Now Available for 6th Annual Charleston Beer Garden (HCS).
- Time to order your Thanksgiving turkey (ABC News 4).
- Hidden Chef: Karen Stabler, Caviar & Bananas (Charleston City Paper).
- Win lunch with the real ‘Catch Me If You Can’ Frank Abagnale, Jr. by bidding in Charleston Stage’s auction (Charleston City Paper).
- Crews respond to fire at High Cotton in downtown Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Turmeric-infused gin inspires drink at The Cocktail Club (Charleston City Paper).
- Workshop reveals first five tenants in new ‘fancy food court’ coming to Charleston’s King Street (Post & Courier).
- Frances Willis SPCA oyster roast set for Saturday night in Summerville (ABC News 4).
- Raw bar and expanded steak selection at Little Jack’s (Post & Courier).
- Hot Wings and Craft Beer Now Found at CHS Airport (Eater Charleston).
- Pulled pork platos are the stars of Avila Venezuelan Cuisine (Charleston City Paper).
- Jimmy Buffett to Perform in Daniel Island (HCS).
- Dave Chappelle visits Joint Base Charleston (ABC News 4).
- South Carolina Radio Stations Hacked with Anti-Trump Rap (FOX News 24).
- ‘Improper balls’ cost CofC women’s basketball team 2 wins (ABC News 4).
- Stephen King adaptation Mr. Mercedes filming downtown in Wagener Terrace (Charleston City Paper).
- The Charleston Pipe Band makes bagpipes cool again (Charleston City Paper).
- Building the Bridge: Local station 1055 the Bridge steps into a new era (Post & Courier).
- The Gibbes Museum of Art Presents Vern Yip on March 3 (HCS).
- Author and Entrepreneur Mathew Knowles to Visit Charleston for Book Signing (HCS).
- Rip City Plans Two-Year Anniversary Show (HCS).
- PlaneJane to Headline Dorchester Two Foundation’s Big Event (HCS).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Coach Bob Clark (HCS).
- Shep Rose Will Only Change His Look for One Lucky Lady (Bravo).
- Robert Lange Studios’ newest exhibit features realist artists from around the globe (Charleston City Paper).
- Is ‘Becky with the Good Hair’ coming to Charleston Fashion Week? (Charleston City Paper).
- At the Magic Barn, Johnny Delaware’s The Artisanals record on the same gear that birthed Bowie’s ‘Blackstar’ (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina bill to prohibit citywide plastic bag bans advances (Charleston City Paper).
- Sen. Lindsey Graham holds out hope Senate confirms Supreme Court nominee without drama (Post & Courier).
- Graham: I will never be satisfied until we punish Russia (CNN).
- Proposed S.C. bill targets price of college text books (Live 5 News).
- 230K in SC sign up for Affordable Care Act plans this year, group says (ABC News 4).
- First of three votes passed, requiring county to finish I-526 (News 2).
- Sgt. Jasper project returns to the BAR for second round of approval (Charleston City Paper).
- Dozens gather in Charleston to show support for local Islamic community (Live 5 News).
- Live 5 Investigates: $184,000 owed to rest area workers (Live 5 News).
- Police: Wando student faces weapons charge, threatened classmate who stole e-cig (Live 5 News).
- SC natural gas pipeline approved by regulatory commission (News 2).
- Lawmakers taking another crack at moped legislation (Post & Courier).
- New bill aims to bring stiffer penalties for those committing burglaries during evacuations (Charleston City Paper).
- More than 1300 pieces of equipment “lost” from Charleston VA medical center (News 2).
- Adoption agency abruptly closes, shocking Charleston couple, others (Post & Courier).
- Systems issue at Wando Welch terminal causes backup on I-526 (Live 5 News).
- DHEC looking into report of patients not receiving medications at West Ashley senior home (Charleston City Paper).
- Only photos remain after massive house fire in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Fighting the power: East Side residents to protest new utility pole (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant townhomes win $7.2M verdict over ‘faulty construction’ (Post & Courier).
- Charleston named fastest gentrifying city in U.S. (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Kinsey Gidick (HCS).
- GoFundMe for family of Gracie Benjamin nearly halfway to goal (ABC News 4).
- Block of St. Philip to be closed next week (ABC News 4).
- Report: Charleston woman arrested screaming ‘lock me up’ and hitting officers (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston police looking for carjacking suspect who bloodied woman’s face (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Jack Bass (HCS).
- 2 arrested in South Aiken High shooting (Live 5 News).
- 225 acre wildfire in Francis Marion National Forest (News 2).
- Boys not seriously injured when pickup slams into bedroom (Live 5 News).
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