Woohoo! The Simpsons are officially coming to Myrtle Beach! "The Simpsons in 4D" attraction will be opening at Broadway at the Beach this summer, confirmed Jay Rodriguez, a representative for LHWH Advertising and Public Relations, a company that manages public relations for the popular Myrtle Beach destination.
A Conway man has pleaded guilty to one charge of forced labor and admitted to using violence, threats, isolation and intimidation to compel an mentally-challenged man to work at his restaurant for over 100 hours a week without pay over a number of years.
A homeless man's interaction with police at a fast food restaurant in South Carolina is going viral – for all the right reasons. Horry County Police officer CJ Mullinax bought a meal for a homeless man after police were called because he was asking people for scraps, said Victoria Paige Summer in her Facebook video post.
On Saturday, a U.S. Airman surprised his family with a reunion after being away from home for nearly five years, with some help from the Conway Police Department. Airman Tywan Lawson was waiting in a car with Conway Police Detective Tyres Nesmith, who captured the emotional moment live on Facebook.
The graduating seniors at Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School in Florence received a very special commencement speech from U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham on Saturday. Sen. Graham was fulfilling a promise he made to Edward Buckhouse 16 years ago, when he helped facilitate his adoption with a Florence family when he came here from Russia. Sen. Graham said he would attend Buckhouse's high school graduation, and he came through.
An Horry County mother and her boyfriend were arrested, and their children were placed in protective custody after officers found their home filled with piles of trash, animal waste, various insects, animals in poor condition, and an "unbearable" odor, according to a police report. The children, who were reportedly covered in bites and sores and appeared to be dirty, were taken into emergency protective custody, the report states.
The City of Conway passed its first reading of an ordinance to annex and rezone an area near the Wild Wing community so that it may be developed into a rock yard with concrete crushing. Some Wild Wing residents voiced their concerns with the project Monday night during the public hearing, questioning the rock crushing and environmental concerns with the projects, according to City of Conway spokesperson Taylor Newell.
A Myrtle Beach woman who filed a lawsuit against Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce last month has filed an updated lawsuit that backs off on some of the allegations from the previous suit, and introduces new allegations.
The Conway teen who went viral for spending money from her first job to buy her classmate in need new shoes, socks, a shirt and a backpack was recognized by the Conway Police Department Tuesday. Chief Dale Long presented Sofi Cruz Turner with a Good Citizen Award and personally thanked her for her random act of kindness, along with several of their officers, according to a Facebook post from the Conway Police Department.
A Conway High student brought long-time friend to tears with an amazing act of kindness, using money earned from her first job to purchase new shoes, socks and a backpack for her classmate in need. Sofi Crus Turner, a sophomore at Conway High School, said she has known Jahiem since third grade.
A few eagle-eyed Blue Angels fans noticed something unusual at the end of Sunday's performance. We asked organizers about the mystery of the sixth Blue Angel, which didn't land along with the others during Sunday's Wings Over Myrtle Beach Air Show.
On Thursday, WMBF News obtained hundreds of pages of documents related to the case of former Horry County Police Detective Allen Large from the State Law Enforcement Division (SLED). For the first time, these documents provide the words of the women Large is accused of mistreating, coercing, and in some instances, even raping, from the statements they made to Horry County Police and SLED.
Five years after losing everything they owned in the first fire at the Windsor Green condo complex in March of 2013, Elaine Boulavsky and her daughter Khrysta Boulavsky had finally moved back into the complex last month. Thursday night, they relived the tragedy, and both were injured as they had to jump from the third floor of their new condo as it burned.
A 16-year-old said he caught a baby as it was dropped from the burning apartment building in Carolina Forest Thursday night. "There was a fire, and everybody started screaming in the back, 'Help,' so I ran back there," said Blake Cannon. "And there was a family that had their baby, and they counted three, and I caught it. And they all jumped out."