- No charges in Ferguson case; chaos fills streets (ABC News 4).
- Judge denies bond for woman charged with abducting daughter (Post & Courier).
- Charleston battles 'demolition by neglect' of historic structures (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston police investigating a pair of deadly shootings (News 2).
- Community members push CCSD board to reinstate McGinley (ABC News 4).
- Bond denied for accused international kidnapper Barnett (ABC News 4).
- Second North Charleston man killed in shooting Sunday morning (ABC News 4).
- Irish Bar Egan & Sons Transforming Into a Barbecue Destination (Eater Charleston).
- The Future is Here: Order All the Sandwiches Online at Artisan Meat Share (Eater Charleston).
- The Review: Zero Café + Bar (Charleston Magazine).
- Spring Street's Tokyo Crepes Opened This Weekend (Eater Charleston).
- Who needs Gaillard for Spoleto Strut? (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Animal Society sees record registration for Celebrity Chili Cook Off (Charleston City Paper).
- The Citadel grinds out 45-25 win over VMI (ABC News 4).
- This Week In #CHS Tweets (Charleston Grit).
- Charleston squeaks by George Mason 61-60 (ABC News 4).
- Chase After a Cure Gala Tickets Discounted for #GivingTuesday (The Digitel).
- Duncan holding congressional hearing on disasters (News 2).
- Jewish clergy speak on same-sex marriage allowed in SC (ABC News 4).
- A city, or a museum? 1 Meeting Street controversy poses serious question for Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Advocates: DSS must do more to determine best care (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry travelers keeping their homes safe during Thanksgiving (News 2).
- Charleston International Airport warns passengers to budget extra time (News 2).
- Charleston International Airport is offering holiday travelers discounts on parking (News 2).
- Charleston International Airport gears up for holiday travelers (ABC News 4).
- UberX continues operations amid regulations, citations (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Cosby removed as advisor at High Point University (News 2).
- SC Aquarium receives 15 New England sea turtles for treatment (Live 5 News).
- Committee says all of SC in early drought (News 2).
- Army plans to move nearly 3,600 mine-resistant vehicles to Goose Creek (Post & Courier).
- Region’s Health Care Heroes honored (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- USCG Cutter Hamilton gets a foggy welcome (ABC News 4).
- Motley Rice files suit against airbag-maker Takata in Charleston woman's death (Post & Courier).
- Suspect wanted for armed robbery in Georgetown Sunday (News 2).
- Trident Medical Center tops two recent hospital lists (Post & Courier).
- Debate over modern vs. traditional for Charleston historic district (News 2).
- VA regional director announces plans to retire (ABC News 4).