- Police say 1 dead in Rivers Avenue shooting Monday (ABC News 4).
- Concealed gun carrying no longer prohibited in S.C. bars (The Digitel).
- Alleged co-conspirator takes stand in murder-for-hire trial (ABC News 4).
- FEMA approves Gov Haley’s request for emergency declaration (Live 5 News).
- Ravenel Bridge remains closed, trees affecting traffic on roads (ABC News 4).
- Ice making big impact in Dorchester County (News 2).
- Closings and cancellations February 13 due to winter weather (News 2).
- Photo Gallery (Live 5 News).
- Power outages over 160,000 in Lowcountry across 4 networks (ABC News 4).
- Red Cross opens shelters in Dorchester, Berkeley counties (Live 5 News).
- SC Senate to vote on snow day forgiveness (Myrtle Beach Online).
- Electric companies prepare for more potential outages (ABC News 4).
- Weep at the Beauty that is Edmund’s Oast (Eater Charleston).
- Oast with the Most (CHARLIE).
- SEWE’s annual chef demos take a local and sustainable approach (Charleston City Paper).
- Start Your Beer Engine with Kudu’s Jason Bell (Eater Charleston).
- New hunters driven by culinary obsessions (Post & Courier).
- The alchemy of Luckhaus & Brubaker (Charleston City Paper).
- Four U.S. Vegetable Lab Findings on Melons and Collard Greens (Post & Courier).
- Vasturia’s 3s lead Irish to 68-64 win vs. Clemson (ABC News 4).
- College of Charleston’s Canyon Barry returning to form after injury (Post & Courier).
- NCAA Rules Committee proposes changes to targeting penalties, defensive substitutions (Post & Courier).
- More stores leave Charleston’s Citadel Mall; other retail updates (Post & Courier).
- The Lowcountry’s not-so-long distant relationship with a great white shark (Charleston City Paper).
- Elise Testone starts anew with post-Idol LP (Charleston City Paper).
- Faculty feels merger is not a matter of if, but when (Cistern Yard).
How did S.C.’s ‘guns in bars’ bill pass so fast? (Charleston City Paper).
Man charged in Wadmalaw Island stabbing (ABC News 4).
- A beach town weighs options for controlling its coyote problem (Charleston City Paper).
- Meeting Street closed after 18 wheeler hits utility pole (ABC News 4).
- Emergency crews investigating report of fire at Summerville Walmart (Live 5 News).
- Tomorrow’s Power Breakfast postponed (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Water boil advisory lifted for parts of Dorchester County (ABC News 4).
- City Council OKs Trolley Barn land deal (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Scholarships may deter S.C.’s top students from tough classes (Post & Courier).
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