- School district official, ex-Wando Principal Lucy Beckham has died (Post & Courier).
- Visitation, funeral services set (ABC News 4).
- Century Aluminum begins Moncks Corner plant shutdown (ABC News 4).
- People Magazine dubs Caitlyn the dog 'Best Survival Story of 2015' (Live 5 News).
- Police: College of Charleston student sexually assaulted during marijuana deal (ABC News 4).
- The Citadel investigating claims cadets were harassed (Live 5 News).
- Kitchen 208 has launched The "Twelve Days of Christmas Specials" (Kitchen 208).
- Anson owner talks reopening, new look, and plans for Farmers and Exchange (Charleston City Paper).
- Bittermilk chosen as the "Best Food Gift" from Charleston (The Food Network).
- Nat Fuller admirers band together to clean up cemetery where caterer is buried (Post & Courier).
- 5 Things to Know About Upcoming Little Jack's Tavern (Eater Charleston).
- Halls group converting Greenville’s High Cotton to Halls Chophouse (Post & Courier).
- Dan Latimer Exits Neighborhood Dining Group to Pursue New Projects (Eater Charleston).
- Commercial kitchen morphs into kitchen-plus-cafe (Post & Courier).
- Joyner leads Fort Dorchester to 1st state Class 4A title (ABC News 4).
- From Bill Murray to Coolio, How The Alley Became Downtown's Entertainment Stop (Eater Charleston).
- E-bikes have arrived in Charleston, but will locals join the global band wagon for them? (Post & Courier).
- Children's Museum of the Lowcountry changes admission policy to encourage lower income families to visit (Charleston City Paper).
- A little wet weather can't stop Mt. Pleasant tree lighting, light parade (ABC News 4).
- Female fighter Rousey keeps SC date for Marine Corps Ball (WRDW).
- Sign up now for Friday's Creative Mornings talk on Time (Charleston City Paper).
- On Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday, local woman reminisces about her lucky encounter (Post & Courier).
- Mayor-elect John Tecklenburg gears up to lead Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Councilman introducing resolution to dedicate trees to Emanuel 9 (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County School District presents plan to control spending (ABC News 4).
- State Democrats go for attention-grabbers in pre-filing bills for January (Post & Courier).
- SC law agencies kick off holiday safe driving blitz (Live 5 News).
- NAACP says Michael Bobby’s severance should be suspended until school district audit complete (News 2).
- James Islanders outraged about Maybank development (Post & Courier).
- NCPD: Teens say they were shot by man on a bike (ABC News 4).
- Economists: South Carolina finally back from Great Recession (Post & Courier).
- Cops, kids in North Charleston enjoy a day of shopping, pancakes (ABC News 4).
- Pedestrian killed in Ashley Phosphate crash (ABC News 4).
- Charleston police say strong armed robbery attempt did not happen (ABC News 4).
- Forbes magazine spread seeks to spread word about Charleston’s tech scene (Post & Courier).
- Report: Man shoots neighbor's cat, laughs as he walks away (ABC News 4).
- Little boy asks Santa to pray for sick baby he doesn't know (Live 5 News).