Max McGee is the Weekend News Anchor for WMBF News. He started in August 2017. He comes to us from Raycom's sister station, KPLC, in Lake Charles, Louisiana where he was a Reporter/Producer. Originally from Cherry Hill, New Jersey, he's excited to be back on the East Coast closer to his friends and family. Max graduated from Temple University and majored in Journalism. While he was in North Philadelphia, he interned at FOX 29. Thrilled to be living the beach life, you can find Max relaxing on one of the many piers on the Grand Strand.
Congressman Tom Rice says the middle class has suffered due to low skilled workers and a variety of other issues. Perhaps most importantly, Rice says while he wishes the shutdown weren’t happening, it’s a fight worth having.
It’s Friday night in Conway and things are busier than usual. Holiday shoppers are out late. They’ve got the green light to do so.. thanks to a non-profit organization.Conway Downtown Alive is designed to generate economic development and promote the town.“We love Conway on Christmas,” says Eddie
This past August, the Chants were picked to finish DEAD LAST in their 2nd year in the Sun Belt conference. Over a month into the season, CCU isn’t just surviving in their new home -They’re thriving with a chance to be in a bowl game this year.
Conway, SC (WMBF) - CCU got it jumping for practice today. Big collisions on the field brought Chants to their feet on the sidelines, but it's excitement Head Coach Joe Moglia wants no part of with the season opener two weeks away. "I hope they're not even thinking about the big game. I think they better just do a good job with what we have going on in practice," he says. Surprisingly, the focus level of the team is on point through all the fatigue. It's something M...