- Crews respond to fire at historic building downtown; No cause named
(ABC News 4).
- Union rejects ‘final offer’ to keep 777X in Washington (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Ruling expected Dec. 30 on appeals from three men convicted of killing Mount Pleasant couple on St. Maarten (Post & Courier).
- Mayor talks school safety 1 year after Newtown (ABC News 4).
- Car accident and shooting sends one person to jail (News 2).
- Report: Bullet holes found in car, driver spits out drugs (ABC News 4).
- Report: Gunfight outside motorcycle club injures bystander (Live 5 News).
- Four in custody, others sought following related gang shootings (Live 5 News).
- SLED clears deputies in October fatal shooting (ABC News 4).
- Suspect dead, 2 injured in CO high school shooting (Live 5 News).
Benefitfocus Holiday Video (YouTube).
- Holiday Pet Party Gallery (Charleston Scene).
- My Charleston Today: Walking and shopping on Charleston’s King Street among weekend highlights (Post & Courier).
- Festival of Wreaths Slideshow (Charleston Scene).
Rebuilding Scott’s BBQ one $5 sandwich at a time (Charleston City Paper).
- Fatback Collective’s “Rodney in Exile” Tour Kicks Off in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- More Coffee For the Wagener Terrace Set (Eater Charleston).
- Owner of CO “Isn’t Ruling Out” a Sushi Restaurant in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Hominy Grill Retires its Original Set of Windsor Dining Chairs (Post & Courier).
- Plenty of Choices for Dining on Christmas Day (Eater Charleston).
- High Wire Distilling Debuts Three New Spirits (HCS).
- Pick Thai in Summerville offers wallet-friendly dining (Charleston Scene).
Food deals and fresh tortillas at La Norteña (Charleston City Paper).
- Missing teen, double-murder suspect captured in Wyoming (Live 5 News).
- DD2 approves proposal to allow cell phones in school (Live 5 News).
- Vigil remembers those who’ve died homeless (Live 5 News).
- Police looking for car that may be responsible for 2 hit-and-run incidents (Live 5 News).
- Local hospital wipes out germs with a new robot (News 2).
- Police searching for woman accused of cashing in stolen checks (Live 5 News).
- Fewer South Carolina teachers awarded National Board Certification in 2013 (Post & Courier).
This Week In #CHS Tweets (Charleston Grit).
- Council takes step toward cutting down I-26 trees (ABC News 4).
- Adopt-a-cannon program to help preserve historical cannons (ABC News 4).
- Patriots Point starts discussion about new tenants (Post & Courier).
- Gallery: John Mayer and Company at the Coliseum (Metronome Charleston).
- Lawmaker: Reporting bullies to be easier with bill (Live 5 News).
- MUSC Board of Trustees moves forward with plan to build $350 million women’s and children’s hospital (Post & Courier).
Marcus Amaker, Quentin Baxter team up for poetry album (Charleston City Paper).
- Tony Stewart Visits North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- SC Congressmen Want to Bring Obama to Court for Not Faithfully Executing Laws (The Weekly Standard).
- Coastal Carolina’s excellent playoff adventure, from coldest game to loudest stadium (Post & Courier).
- Florence County deputies take down $422,000 marijuana grow operation (News 2).
- Ex-camper sues Citadel over alleged abuse (Live 5 News).
- Man sentenced to life for planning execution-style killing in Lincolnville home invasion (Post & Courier).
- Man arrested after police say he killed dog by dragging it from truck (News 2).
- Unschooling parent: ‘It’s not the easy way out’ (ABC News 4).
- Two men charged with impersonating officer (Post & Courier).
Gibbes Museum releases call for entries for Mary Whyte Award (Charleston City Paper).
- Bright has $1.4 million debt from business (ABC News 4).
- Motorcyclist accused of threatening to stab driver in argument at gas station (Post & Courier).
- St. John’s Trevson Coakley ready for North-South All-Star Football Game (Post & Courier).
- Hearing planned for suspects in med student death (Live 5 News).
- Pastor: Road threatens old Lowcountry cemetery (ABC News 4).
- Zais not seeking 2nd term as superintendent (Live 5 News).
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