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    WMBF News at 7PM

    WMBF News at 7PM

    Monday, August 17 2015 3:12 PM EDT2015-08-17 19:12:49 GMT
    Monday, August 31 2015 7:37 PM EDT2015-08-31 23:37:57 GMT
    We’re excited to announce our brand new newscast airing every weekday at 7 p.m., premiered Monday, August 31. You’re not living in a 9 to 5 world anymore, and WMBF News at 7 p.m. is designed with that in mind.More >>
    We’re excited to announce our brand new newscast airing every weekday at 7 p.m., premiered Monday, August 31. You’re not living in a 9 to 5 world anymore, and WMBF News at 7 p.m. is designed with that in mind.More >>
  • Robert Whitehurst

    Robert Whitehurst

    Meteorologist | rwhitehurst@wmbfnews.com

    Robert joined the WMBF Storm Team in June 2013 as the weekend morning meteorologist. He comes to the Grand Strand after spending two years at Raycom Media sister station WDAM in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

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  • Trial date set for one suspect in deadly convenience store robberies

    Trial date set for one suspect in deadly convenience store robberies

    Thursday, August 16 2018 7:24 AM EDT2018-08-16 11:24:04 GMT
    Left: McKinley Daniels, Middle: James Daniels, Right: Jerome Jenkins (Source: HCPD)Left: McKinley Daniels, Middle: James Daniels, Right: Jerome Jenkins (Source: HCPD)
    Left: McKinley Daniels, Middle: James Daniels, Right: Jerome Jenkins (Source: HCPD)Left: McKinley Daniels, Middle: James Daniels, Right: Jerome Jenkins (Source: HCPD)

    A trial date has been set for one of the three suspects charged in connection to three convenience store robberies in 2015, two of which were deadly. According to a court roster from the 15th Circuit Solicitor’s Office, James Daniels’ trial is expected to begin on August 27.

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    A trial date has been set for one of the three suspects charged in connection to three convenience store robberies in 2015, two of which were deadly. According to a court roster from the 15th Circuit Solicitor’s Office, James Daniels’ trial is expected to begin on August 27.

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  • FIRST ALERT: Seasonably hot, humid weather sticks around

    FIRST ALERT: Seasonably hot, humid weather sticks around

    Thursday, August 16 2018 6:24 AM EDT2018-08-16 10:24:45 GMT
    Source: WMBF First Alert WeatherSource: WMBF First Alert Weather
    Source: WMBF First Alert WeatherSource: WMBF First Alert Weather

    Seasonably hot and humid weather will linger through the rest of the week before rain chances increase again by the weekend.  This afternoon will be another hot one with temperatures near 90 at the beach and the lower and middle 90s across the Pee Dee. The heat index will climb to around 100 for most of the afternoon. While most areas will stay dry, a few spots may see a brief afternoon storm.

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    Seasonably hot and humid weather will linger through the rest of the week before rain chances increase again by the weekend.  This afternoon will be another hot one with temperatures near 90 at the beach and the lower and middle 90s across the Pee Dee. The heat index will climb to around 100 for most of the afternoon. While most areas will stay dry, a few spots may see a brief afternoon storm.

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  • Residents concerned by amount of stormwater build up in Surfside Beach

    Residents concerned by amount of stormwater build up in Surfside Beach

    Thursday, August 16 2018 12:08 AM EDT2018-08-16 04:08:41 GMT
    Business owners in Surfside Beach say rain only rises during heavy storms. (Source: WMBF News)Business owners in Surfside Beach say rain only rises during heavy storms. (Source: WMBF News)

    The town of Surfside Beach is looking for new ways to attract vacationers. Some residents want plans for the entertainment district to be put on hold so they can address concerns regarding rising stormwater in that area.

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    The town of Surfside Beach is looking for new ways to attract vacationers. Some residents want plans for the entertainment district to be put on hold so they can address concerns regarding rising stormwater in that area.

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