- Obama announces historic overhaul of relations; Cuba releases American (CNN).
- Charleston School Board to discuss McGinley’s settlement agreement in closed meeting (Post & Courier).
- Neighbors describe war-zone after shooting in Lincolnville (News 2).
- Charleston police investigate West Ashley shooting (ABC News 4).
- Emergency officials: Authorities searching for driver following car pursuit in W. Ashley (Live 5 News).
COLBERT’S LAST SHOW
- Colbert prepares to bid Comedy Central adieu (USA Today).
- A Tribute To Stephen Colbert, A Self-Proclaimed ‘Junkie For Exhaustion’ (NPR).
- The Stephen Colbert we all know will cease to exist tonight. Here are 11 of our favorite moments (Washington Post).
- Appreciation: The man who was ‘Stephen Colbert’ (CNN).
- South Carolina native wins ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ (Live 5 News).
- Bay Street Biergarten’s “Pretzel Princess” competes on Chopped (Charleston City Paper).
- Rendering of the New Restaurant Screen Door Going into Lucky’s Southern Grill (Eater Charleston).
- 2014: The Year in #chsbeer (CHS Beer).
- Boating club charted course for Gold Bug Island as popular oyster roast spot (Post & Courier).
- You can now drink beer while shopping at Whole Foods (Charleston City Paper).
- On Forty One dishes up well-executed comfort food in Mount Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Wal-Mart to give $75,000 to SC food banks (News 2).
- Remember to Gorge on Okonomiyaki Before Xiao Bao Biscuit’s Holiday Break (Eater Charleston).
- The Mason Jar masters old-school country cooking (Charleston City Paper).
- Union Provisions among 15 most beautiful restaurants of 2014 (Eater).
- Shop While You Eat (Yelp Charleston).
- Was ousted School District Superintendent Nancy McGinley a saint, a despot, or a victim? (Charleston City Paper).
- Gov. Haley to announce another Cabinet change (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County School Board wants more details on proposed diversity plan (Post & Courier).
- Sullivan’s Island makes changes for New Year’s Day Polar Bear Plunge (ABC News 4).
- SC Probation agency director resigns (Live 5 News).
- Md., SC, 5 other states have bans on atheists holding office (ABC News 4).
- Gov. Haley and state leaders hear real-life terrors of domestic violence (Post & Courier).
- Senators: Erasing debt could recruit more SC teachers (ABC News 4).
- SC lawmakers looking at several options to pay for roads (News 2).
- Boeing asks employees to sign holiday cards rather than union card (Live 5 News).
- Bill Peagler announces new department heads, dismissals in Berkeley (Post & Courier).
- Bill Murray receives two Golden Globe noms (Charleston City Paper).
- Arthur England crafts exceptional instruments from ordinary objects (Charleston City Paper).
- Eliminated CofC team offered lanes at local pools (Live 5 News).
- The winners of the CCF Stand-Up Competition are in it for life (Charleston City Paper).
- Kelly Gaskins bottles the Lowcountry with Charleston Girl perfume (Charleston City Paper).
- Brad Taylor to release new Pike Logan book (Charleston City Paper).
- The Spring Street Experience – An Urban Journey in Charleston (Charleston Daily).
- Academic Magnet coach sues over “racist” watermelon ritual characterizations (Post & Courier).
- Mother of one victim in Dorchester double shooting talks (News 2).
- George Stinney, 14-year-old convicted of ’44 murder, exonerated (Live 5 News).
- Lowcountry organizing Ebola relief aid for Liberia (News 2).
- Charleston students build high-tech exercise games from scratch (Live 5 News).
- Prayer vigil planned for woman missing for 1 year (ABC News 4).
- Meteorologist gets bill going to save you money on emergency supplies (News 2).
- New ticket counters open at Charleston International Airport (Live 5 News).
- Animal Society set to make Christmas deliveries this year (ABC News 4).
- VA provides opportunities to make the holidays bright for veterans (Live 5 News).
- Downtown Charleston traffic stop nets drugs, gun, 2 arrests (Post & Courier).
- Portion of King St. closed as crews repair downtown gas leak (Live 5 News).
- Summerville moves forward with plans for Heritage Square (News 2).
- SC bill would encourage investment in wind energy (Live 5 News).
- Airport board might try to recoup asbestos losses (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston police looking for thief who stole money from donation cup (Live 5 News).
- James Island church gifts Christmas presents for children with parents in prison (Live 5 News).
- Photos: Inside a Charleston Garden (Garden & Gun).
- DD2: Students will not raise funds for church-affiliated food pantry (Live 5 News).
- Deputies seize bomb-making materials from Cottageville home (Live 5 News).
- Dead horses found in Laurens County (News 2).
- Duke Energy says it will close SC coal ash pits (ABC News 4).
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