- 3 homicides in Berkeley County in last week still unsolved (Post & Courier).
- Critics say new anti-texting law is toothless (ABC News 4).
- Charleston police searching for West Ashley burglary suspect (Live 5 News).
- Charleston VA opens mental health research facility (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston County schools supporters push for reinstatement of former superintendent McGinley (Post & Courier).
- Macaroon Boutique Brings French Sweets to Summerville (Eater Charleston).
- The “Off the Chain” Chili Cook-Off Scheduled for 12/20 (HCS).
- Local fast food restaurants struggle to fill minimum wage jobs (Post & Courier).
- Where Can You Warm Up in Charleston? (Eater Charleston).
- Roads, ethics top Lucas’ priority list for House (Columbia Regional Business Report).
- New transportation plan pegs state’s needs at $70.45B (Columbia Regional Business Report).
- Transportation Commission OKs SC road needs plan (ABC News 4).
- SC State to receive $12M from reserves (ABC News 4).
- Police, advocates in Charleston area see little change with new racial profiling guide (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina power co-ops and their members sound off over emission regs (Post & Courier).
- SC licensing and labor agency getting new director (ABC News 4).
- Medal of Honor Bowl requests more Charleston County funding (Post & Courier).
- Medal of Honor Bowl Returns on January 10th (HCS).
- Author Pat Conroy finds joy in helping Southern writers get published (Lowcountry Current).
- Defending state champion Wando heads Roundball Classic field (Post & Courier).
- “The Sing-Off” Live Tour will Stop in North Charleston this March (HCS).
- County skatepark could be completed in April 2016 (Charleston City Paper).
- Santana To Perform in North Charleston for the First Time Ever (HCS).
- Gamecocks’ Staley stops in Charleston to talk to elementary school (ABC News 4).
- Surging South Carolina Stingrays playing better after slow start (Post & Courier).
- Local non-profit raises goal and hopes for a happy Christmas (ABC News 4).
- Settlement reached in Skinful Halloween event lawsuit (Live 5 News).
- Police reports confirm Blake Street homicide victim shot more than once, suspect fled scene (Post & Courier).
- 10Best’s Charleston Christmas Shopping Guide for 2014 (10Best/USA Today).
- $100,000 Palmetto Cash 5 ticket sold in N. Charleston (Live 5 News).
- From humble beginnings, Mount Pleasant man now runs a $35 million cybersecurity company (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County deputies investigating Summerville gun shop robbery (Post & Courier).
- Dorchester Children’s Center needs your help (News 2).
- CARTA Offering Free Service Between Charleston & Mount Pleasant on Dec. 13th (HCS).
- Johns Island woman accused of choking, threatening to kill woman (Live 5 News).
- DD2 to discuss aquatics center (News 2).
- Large downtown hotel, mixed-use project up for review this week (Post & Courier).
- Santee Cooper approves $5 million in loans (ABC News 4).
- DD2 passes new bell schedule for 2015-2016 school year (Live 5 News).
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