Ian Klein is a Reporter at WMBF News. He started in September 2017. He comes to us from Raycom's sister station, KAUZ, in Wichita Falls, Texas where he was a Reporter/Producer/Weekend Anchor. Born and raised in Northeast Ohio, Ian is excited to be in Myrtle Beach, a place he has been vacationing with his family for nearly 25 years. He is also excited me be closer to his friends, family and of course the beach. Ian graduated from Kent State University in 2016, majoring in Broadcast Journalism. There he served as TV2 News Director his senior year. Ian is a huge Cleveland sports fan, loves WWE and hopes to one day host his own late-night talk show. He is very excited to be back in a place he calls home and continue telling the stories of others along the Grand Strand.
Saturday morning parents and teachers attended a town hall meeting held by the public to discuss the growing concern of mold in classrooms.While the issue of mold is being addressed by the school district parents are still worried for their child’s health.
Football season is back!Friday night, the American Arena League kicked-off their season as the Carolina Havoc made their team debut at the Florence Center in front of their new hometown crowd.“I mean it’s something different, we have a really good feeling this arena football idea is going to take
This week at the Hackler Championship, the CCU Chanticleers had the chance to play in front of their home crowd, but they had their work cut out for them going against six teams ranked in the nation’s top 30.
The Highland Games have returned to the Grand Strand with a new home in downtown Myrtle Beach featuring one of the most fun and unique events of the spring season.With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner what better way to celebrate Scottish and Celtic culture, than at the Coastal Highland ga
It might not feel like baseball weather, but that didn’t stop players from taking the field at this week’s Ripken Experience Spring Training in Myrtle Beach, where more than 2,000 games will be played this spring.
It was an exciting weekend for golfers at Aberdeen County Club as the course reopened to the public just on the horizon of the spring golf season.For years the Grand Strand has been known as the golf capital of the world, but after hurricane Florence some of the top courses were forced to shut down