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.
Aviation, it’s one of the fastest growing industries in our country. As older generations of pilots and airline mechanics retire the Pittsburgh Institute of Aviation in Myrtle Beach is training the next generation.
Thousands of family, friends and law enforcement officers from across the state are expected to gather Sunday for the funeral of Florence County Sheriff’s Inv. Farrah Turner, which is set to start at 12 p.m. at the Florence Center.
As Election Day quickly approaches, candidates are campaigning throughout Horry County and the Pee Dee.In Conway, one rally included a visit from South Carolina Gubernatorial candidate James Smith. Hosted by Westside Democrats, Smith joined local democratic candidates to get the word out about the
The city of Loris is standing together and talking about gun violence in their community.Just this April a drive by shooting claimed the life of 20-year-old Charles Durant and injured his girlfriend Winter Parker who organized this weekends march.
HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – This weekend river levels throughout portions of Horry County have already risen nearly a foot, breaking records set by Hurricane Matthew in 2016. Though its still uncertain how high the rivers will reach some residents are choosing to stay in their homes while others are forced out of their homes. "We are trusting the Lord hoping it won't go inside the house," said Kenneth Roensch. For more than years Kenneth Roensch has seen his f...