- Behind scenes, confidential panel decides if feds will seek death penalty for Charleston Church Shooter (ABC News 4).
- NAN leaders call for police accountability after dash cam video release (Live 5 News).
- Michael Slager’s wife tells newspaper Walter Scott shooting justified (ABC News 4).
- Prison officials deny South Carolina deliberately skirted law on lethal injection drugs (Post & Courier).
- Mercantile and Mash Dazzles with Great Service at the Chef’s Counter (HCS).
- Chick’s Fry House will continue Hot Chicken Tuesdays through December (Charleston City Paper).
- 60 Bull Cafe Will Open in Former Bull Street Gourmet Location (Eater Charleston).
- Sip & Shop at Irvin-House Vineyards’ Holiday Open House (HCS).
- Unprecedented beverage conference planned for Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Your Charleston Winter Drinks Menu (The Odyssey).
- Charleston’s Essential Bakeries: The Best Holiday Baked Goods (Eater Charleston).
- College of Charleston upsets LSU at home, 70-58 (ABC News 4).
- Dabo Swinney promises pizza party at Clemson following ACC Championship (ABC News 4).
- Country Club of Charleston to host 2019 U.S. Women’s Open Championship (News 2).
- Foul play not suspected in Clemson student’s death at Memorial Stadium (ABC News 4).
- Dr. John, Joan Baez, Gregg Allman announce upcoming performances in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Place’s Instagram Contest Has a $500 Prize! (HCS).
- Citadel coach: Charleston Southern earned right to host playoff game (Post & Courier).
- Next move for Mark Richt could impact Gamecocks, even if he doesn’t land at USC (Post & Courier).
- Gamecocks’ A’ja Wilson earns another SEC Player of the Week honor (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina officials take sides in refugee debate (Post & Courier).
- Alan Wilson Punts On Zachary Hammond Shooting (FITS News).
- SC lawmakers, military advocates begin work on vet issues (ABC News 4).
- GOP hopeful Marco Rubio addresses crowd at CofC (Live 5 News).
- 79-year-old questions Rubio on legalized marijuana during C of C visit (Post & Courier).
- Transportation planner draws up “fantasy” Charleston rapid transit map (Charleston City Paper).
- DHEC pursuing higher inspection fees for abortion clinics (ABC News 4).
- Democrats criticize Republican lawmaker’s Planned Parenthood ‘fear mongering’ (Post & Courier).
- Sullivan’s Island mourning longtime councilman, volunteer (Live 5 News).
- South Carolina’s share of $1.2B in flood damage is $114M (ABC News 4).
- Test launches and registration underway for Storm the Citadel 2016 (The Digitel).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Charlton Singleton (HCS).
- Dorchester County deputies investigating shooting near Summerville (ABC News 4).
- Allegations of attorney misconduct fuel delays in Folly Beach man’s murder-for-hire case (Post & Courier).
- Pastor remembers ‘raw pain’ on families’ faces in hours after Emanuel AME shooting (ABC News 4).
- Body of missing 73-year-old woman discovered in creek on Pawleys Island (Live 5 News).
- World AIDS Day spotlights need for testing, prevention, and…shopping? (ABC News 4).
- Kiawah Island Real Estate reports sales up 25% for year (Post & Courier).
- Greenhurst neighbors react to Monday night double homicide (Live 5 News)>
- Iconic King Street business attracts customers from states away for Black Friday (ABC News 4).
- Man facing murder charge after woman’s decomposing body found in closet (Live 5 News).
- Crews search marsh for motorcycle, biker’s friend says they left it there (ABC News 4).
- At Port of Charleston, big ships are already here, with more on the way (Post & Courier).
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