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Guy goes out alone for Valentine’s Day, convinces onlookers he’s been stood up, gets dinner paid for by sympathetic couple

A man posted on Twitter about his plan to see if could get a free dinner if he he looked depressing enough alone at an Outback Steakhouse on Valentine's Day.

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Dog dies in Colleton Co. mobile home fire

Summerville man arrested on 20 child porn charges

Port Royal fire crews respond to a porch fire at a Lowcountry apartment

Mt. Pleasant police investigating death of missing person

Charleston Animal Society increasing security after threatening Facebook post

The post was made Feb. 13 on the page “Charleston Carriage Horse Caretakers and Supporters."
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  NFL, Colin Kaepernick settle collusion lawsuit

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid have settled their grievances of collusion against the NFL, said a league representative Friday to the Associated Press.

2 people escape N. Charleston house fire

Historic Charleston Boxing Club once visited by Muhammad Ali set to reopen this year

SEWE to bring thousands to Charleston with weekend of events

Google to expand data center in Berkeley Co.

  Man sentenced to life for armed robbery, kidnapping in Goose Creek

2 hospitalized after crash on Dorchester Road

Live 5 Scambusters: Scammed for love and money

Two people shot in drive-by shooting at North Charleston car wash

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  Trump declares national emergency to fund border wall

Trump said he will use executive powers to bypass Congress, which approved far less money for his proposed wall than he had sought. He plans to siphon billions of dollars from federal military construction and counterdrug efforts for the wall.

SPORTS

  Lowcountry High School Basketball Playoff Scores (2/13)

Berkeley, West Ashley boys get wins

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  U.S. Senate passes Sen. Tim Scott’s anti-lynching bill

Man transported to hospital following stabbing in Dorchester County

SC family suing Kanye West for copyright infringement in Charleston federal court

North Charleston high school student working to make drinking water safer

  Citadel cadets will change companies after freshmen year starting in 2020

A shakeup to a Citadel tradition is underway as the Military College of South Carolina shifts away from how it currently handles cadet company assignments.
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  Man who killed mountain lion with bare hands explains how he won ‘wrestling match’

Travis Kauffman, 31, admitted, “There was a point where I was concerned I wasn’t going to make it out.”

  Summerville council fails to pass smoking ban in public parks

Authorities investigating after student reportedly brings brownies containing marijuana to middle school

Emergency crews working multi-vehicle accident w/injuries in N. Charleston

Isle of Palms parking fees to increase after new parking fees decrease city’s revenue