- Judge allows alleged Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof to defend himself in court (CBS News).
- Defense rests case after Slager testifies, fellow officers give character profiles (ABC News 4).
- Minimum wage protesters block Crosstown in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Wine + Food Hosts #TopChefBingo on Thursday (HCS).
- Where to Watch ‘Top Chef’ Season 14 Premiere (Eater Charleston).
- 2 Charlotte chefs draw their knives for ‘Top Chef’ (Charlotte Observer).
- Joe Pasta Leaves to Make Way for JohnKing Grill + Bar (Eater Charleston).
- Prepare For Loaded Tostones to Rock Calhoun Street…Avila Opened (Eater Charleston)
- Wine & Company Offers Chill Atmosphere For Oenophiles (Eater Charleston).
- Grits maker Greg Johnsman venturing into rice (Post & Courier).
- Fire breaks out at Swig and Swine (ABC News 4).
- Randi Weinstein launches FAB, an all-female F&B business conference (Charleston City Paper).
- “I Love the 90s” Tour featuring Vanilla Ice, Salt-N-Pepa, & More Visits Coliseum (HCS).
- Amos Lee Announces 2017 Tour Stop in North Charleston (HCS).
- St. Paul & The Broken Bones Announce Back-to-Back Shows at CMH (HCS).
- Comedian Ron White Returns to the Performing Arts Center in March (HCS).
- Step inside new music venue the Purple Buffalo (Charleston City Paper).
- So you wanna staycation this holiday? Here are some deals just for Charleston locals (Charleston City Paper).
- Drawing inspiration from the WWE Live Holiday Tour’s stop in Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Legal ramifications possible in SC if electors go against vote (Live 5 News).
- Donald Trump wants to throw flag-burners in jail, but technically South Carolina has an old law that would do just that (Charleston City Paper).
- ‘Stars are aligning’ in West Ashley revitalization effort, Charleston mayor says (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester government council holds public walk-bike meetings (Live 5 News).
- Amazon to move book-making warehouse in North Charleston, cutting 149 jobs (Post & Courier).
- Deputies: Video shows pursuit, crashes after believed carjacking (ABC News 4).
- Third suspect arrested in 2012 murder, kidnapping (ABC News 4).
- Fruit of the Loom CEO dies at his Charleston home (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: David Aylor (HCS).
- Local landscaper loses everything in Thanksgiving burglary (ABC News 4).
- 14 displaced, no injuries in Charleston apartment complex fire (ABC News 4).
- CCSO: Oxycodone stolen from CVS (ABC News 4).
- Officers search for West Ashley robbery suspect (Live 5 News).
- Man steals trailer from Moncks Corner home (News 2).
- Vehicle rams fire truck near CCU campus (Live 5 News).
- Costco eyes Mount Pleasant for 2nd Charleston-area store (Post & Courier).
- French aerospace giant Safran, supplier to Boeing’s Dreamliner, expanding in Charleston region (Post & Courier).
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