Hacking letters reach Lowcountry residents
Letters informing Charleston-area taxpayers that they were victims of September’s Dept. of Revenue hacking have begun to land in area mailboxes.
Sources: Post and Courier

Veronica case could make history
The Post and Courier takes a look at Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, the ‘Save Veronica’ case, which is the first case since the 1980s to consider the 1978 Indian Child Welfare Act, which has to do with custody of Native American child.
Sources: Post and Courier

Boeing’s ‘dream’ jetliner causing headaches
The FAA’s Friday announcement that it would conduct a thorough investigation into the 787 Dreamliner’s production cycle caps off a series of incidents in the already long-delayed Boeing aircraft’s short history.
Sources: USA Today/AP
Related: 787s to get total review (P&C)
Japan Airlines reports fuel leak (Live 5/AP)

Restaurant Week lures diners during slow period
Restaurant Week South Carolina has more than doubled the number of participating restaurants since its start in 2010.
Sources: The State/AP

College of Charleston, police grapple with how to handle assault cases
The intent of a 2009 law having to do with sexual assaults on college campuses is clouded as school officials, victims, accusers, and the media look deeper into recent College of Charleston sexual assault cases.
Sources: Post and Courier

South Carolina Aquarium gets stunned turtles from New England
Sea turtles stunned in cold New England waters are being shipped to the South Carolina Aquarium Monday for treatment at the aquarium’s turtle hospital.
Sources: Associated Press

Charleston golfer wins in PGA debut
23-year old Russell Henley, a UGA grad who now calls the Lowcountry home and is a member at Country Club of Charleston, won the Sony Open in Hawaii over the weekend, becoming the first roookie to win in his PGA debut tournament in a decade. The win earns him an automatic qualification for The Masters in Augusta, G.A.
Sources: ESPN/AP, PGATour.com

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