- Summerville apartment fire displaces 23 people (Live 5 News).
- Two instrumental in saving lives (Summerville Journal Scene).
- FEMA dispatched as 397 still without power in Berkeley County (News 2).
- 23,000 remain without power in South Carolina (Live 5 News).
- The Hunley: Zeroing in on what caused Civil War submarine's sinking (CNN).
- Confederate sub made history 150 years ago Monday (Live 5 News).
- Seismologist: The Valentine’s Day quake deserves (a little) respect (SC Radio Network).
- Authorities investigating shooting in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
W+F releases more Waffle House Smackdown tickets (Charleston City Paper).
- Mellow Mushroom Charleston treated the families at Ronald McDonald House to lunch today (Facebook).
- Tropical Kitchen Express Speeds Up Service (Post & Courier).
- The Charleston Profile: Cuisine Commando (Charleston Mag).
- Rising High Cafe Apparently Says Goodbye (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston leader urges end to ‘speculation’ in presidential search (The State).
- Merger of MUSC, C of C would benefit Lowcountry (Post & Courier).
A quick response to Stavrinankis, Merrill's CofC-MUSC op-ed (Charleston City Paper).
- Behind-the-scenes merger discussions deteriorate between MUSC leaders, lawmakers (Post & Courier).
SOUTHERN CHARM BACKLASH
- New York subway riders aren’t pleased with ‘Southern Charmed’ – welcome to the club (Post & Courier).
- Dabo Swinney: I played with gay players at Alabama (CBS Sports).
- Clemson’s Sammy Watkins says he’ll be faster at NFL Combine (The State).
- New James Island football coach wasn't leadership committee's first choice (Post & Courier).
- Defensive end Rivers flips commitment from South Carolina to Georgia (Post & Courier).
- The SEC's top five student sections (ESPN).
- College of Charleston beats No. 17 North Carolina, 3-1, to take series (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Battery downs Cougars, 2-0 (Post & Courier).
- Review: Jordan Igoe’s CD Release Show (The Art Mag).
PHOTOS: Elise fills the Music Hall stage with album release bash (Charleston City Paper).
- Album Review: Elise Testone’s “In This Life” (The Hudsucker).
- This week in Instagram pics: SEWE and undies (Post & Courier).
- More SEWE Photos (FLICKR).
- Actors, set design, and great music combine for an excellent production of Next to Normal (Charleston City Paper).
- Arts Profile: Animal Instinct (Charleston Mag).
- Win tickets to the Pet Helpers Oyster Roast (Facebook).
- Denmark Vesey monument unveiled in Hampton Park before hundreds (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina woman spends night in jail for allegedly failing to return 'Monster-In-Law' VHS tape in 2005 (Post & Courier).
- Middle Eastern company selling land near Santee (Live 5 News).
- Will there be a Gov. Sanford again? (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston wants Dorchester 2 School District aquatics center built in the city (Post & Courier).
- Red Cross handing out meals in Lowcountry community hit hard by winter storm (Live 5 News).
- Local inventor's robotic kiosk hot new idea in frozen yogurt (Post & Courier).
- A thousand people could be at risk after bat reports (Live 5 News).
- Negatives aside, AOL CEO posts positive results (Post & Courier).
- Port plans to upgrade terminals for bigger ships (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Marsh, White Banks first of South Carolina rookery islands to be put off-limits for the season (Post & Courier).
- Timber assessments continue for forestry commission (ABC News 4).
- Ashley River bridge biking path hits skid (Post & Courier).
- CCU students embrace challenge to avoid mirrors for one day (Live 5 News).
- Who Burned Columbia, S.C.? (FITSNews).
- New name to be unveiled today for Charleston's First Federal, Columbia's SCBT (Post & Courier).
- Sparc spins off energy services unit (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Man buys lottery ticket on Folly Road worth $400K (ABC News 4).
- 92-year-old Marion woman dies from hypothermia (Live 5 News).
- Human remains found in Heather Elvis search not linked to Horry Co. cases (The State).
- Dog found with mysterious photo in collar finds new home (Live 5 News).
- Clemson teaching turfgrass management techniques (ABC News 4).
- "Medical Migrants" seek new marijuana treatment (Live 5 News).