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- Police: Missing teens found with their mom in VA (ABC News 4).
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- Bob Jones releases report on handling sex abuse complaints (ABC News 4).
- Flu stats climb as vaccine fails to protect against mutant strain (Live 5 News).
- Disabled veteran gets help remodeling home for the holidays (News 2).
- DSS creating statewide hotline for people to report abuse (ABC News 4).
- Community complaint leads to arrest of four suspected drug dealers (Live 5 News).
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- Making Charleston bike friendly would make it much safer (Post & Courier).
- Residents eager to see end of Folly Beach bridge construction (Live 5 News).
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- Palmetto Primary Care Physicians hires new CEO (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Victim of domestic violence teaches firefighters how to respond to calls (ABC News 4).
- State’s “Sober and Slammer!” campaign kicks off as holiday parties ramp up (Live 5 News).
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- Hurricane center: New warnings on storm surge (ABC News 4).
- Hubner Manufacturing expanding Charleston County facility (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
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