- Dylann Roof jury to begin weighing his guilt as emotional testimony ends (Post & Courier).
- Defense rests case without calling witnesses (ABC News 4).
- Prosecutors paint a troubling picture of accused church shooter (Charleston City Paper).
- You can listen to the original 911 call (Post & Courier's Twitter)
- Rep. Jim Merrill indicted in S.C. Statehouse probe; suspended from office (Post & Courier).
- Michael Slager's federal trial could come around May 1 (ABC News 4).
- Charleston's homeless and hunger problems ranked against other cities (Post & Courier).
- Police: No evidence lost after malicious software infects Mt. Pleasant PD computers (Live 5 News).
- Three years on, Rutledge Cab Co. has secured its Upper Peninsula spot (Charleston City Paper).
- Pancito and Lefty & La Morra Pizzeria Team-up for Charity Pop-Up (HCS).
- Avila rolls into permanent location downtown (Post & Courier).
- Declaration of Greek Food on St. Philip Street (Eater Charleston).
- Feeding the state's prison population (Post & Courier).
- Some inmates buy way around 'institutional cooking' (Post & Courier).
- Intro To Acai Bowls (Yelp Charleston).
- Olde Colony Bakery and others carry on the good fight for fruitcake (Post & Courier).
- Brett Gardner visits MUSC Children's Hospital (Post & Courier).
- Andy Livengood remakes favorite holiday movies (Charleston City Paper).
- Sounding Off : These sound engineers are the unsung heroes of the Charleston music scene (Charleston City Paper).
- 'Snow Queen' at Sottile Theatre on Dec. 16-17 (Post & Courier).
- Local poet Matt Foley talks about the power of words (Charleston City Paper).
- Dangermuffin, Travelin' Kine have double-header at Pour House (Post & Courier).
- Hunting Island State Park to remain closed through Memorial Day (Live 5 News).
- Clemson claims no involvement in Wakeyleaks controversy (Post & Courier).
- I-526 funding under scrutiny in SIB meeting (ABC News 4).
- SPA president: Approval of harbor deepening money "a great piece of news" (Live 5 News).
- De facto segregation is painfully present in Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston County dispatch needs 9-1-1 operators (ABC News 4).
- What the Slager mistrial says about our criminal justice system (Charleston City Paper).
- Fire district chief, assistant chief face embezzlement charges (ABC News 4).
- Ashley Hall families, students to donate holiday gifts to students at Chicora Elementary (News 2).
- South Carolina Ports Authority to discuss traffic issue at Wando terminal (Live 5 News).
- Gas tax, school bus seatbelts, guns in schools among SC Senate prefiled bills (News 2).
- C of C Student Business Project Seeks to Help S.C. Companies (Moultrie News).
- Warming center to open in Berkeley County Thursday night (Live 5 News).
- Charleston County encourages recycling–with care (News 2).
- Services scheduled for motorcyclist killed in IOP crash, driver charged (ABC News 4).
- Several changes in store for peninsular Charleston's retail scene (Post & Courier).
- Man gets 17 years for killing another man's mother on New Year's Day (Live 5 News).
- CARTA gets funding for new shelters, buses (ABC News 4).
- Quintin's Close-Ups: Pastor Thomas Dixon (HCS).