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.
FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) -- Florence County Sherrif’s Deputies have a suspect in custody Sunday after a Saturday night shooting left one badly hurt. Deputies say they responded to a shooting around 11:00 p.m. Saturday on Candy Lane in Florence County. FCSO said in a release they believe the shooting was
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) -- A new bill could change the regulations on acquiring a hunting license in South Carolina.Currently anyone born after 1979 is required to take a hunters education course but this course could become mandatory for hunters of all ages.Current regulations do not require the
The Ingram Dunes is one of the largest undeveloped areas in North Myrtle Beach and like much of Horry County it is at risk of being developed.However, some still believe there’s hope to save the iconic dunes from becoming another developed plot of land.
As online shopping continues to grow in popularity, malls across America are struggling to survive. Business Insider expects nearly 25% of remaining malls to close over the next five years.However, local business owners at the Inlet Square Mall aren’t giving up just yet.John and Sonja Hutton owne
Changes to the Myrtle Beach food truck ordinance could soon go before city council, this comes more than a year after Myrtle Beach approved a pilot program allowing food trucks to operate within select city limits.
After nearly three straight days of rain showers, Mother Nature isn’t making things much easier on those rebuilding after the flooding from Hurricane Florence.Residents in Conway and Socastee said they get an unsettling feeling when they hear about thunder storms or possible flooding, and rightfull
Less than 12 hours after the FBI announced an arrest had been made in connection to Hania Aguilar’s kidnapping and presume death, hundreds gathered to say their final goodbyes.Residents in said while the arrest does give some sense of justice and safety, this service was about celebrating Hania’s y
Hundreds mourned Sunday afternoon to celebrate the life of 9-year-old Camari Chestnut who was killed last Sunday in a car wreck in Georgetown.Family and friends shared their memories of young girl, gone too soon.The Conway Elementary School gymnasium was filled for Cameri’s memorial service. Close
Nearly three months have passed since Hurricane Florence made landfall and changed the lives of thousands.As families continue to rebuild local churches are teaming up to help make that process a little easier.