Mueller report: Congress, public await key findings in 2-year Russia probe

Photo of mother-daughter pilot team goes viral

Murrells Inlet trainer using gym to empower, support veterans

Traffic back to normal after wreck blocks 501 southbound lanes near Conway

Conway Police say runaway teen ‘located and safe’

Search leads to drugs, ‘Jugghead’ arrest near residence in Robeson County

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CBS news anchor’s Charleston Spring Break visit interrupted by emergency surgery

Mississippi school tells teachers to remove religious items

  Local contestants from ‘The Voice’ give impromptu performance of Lady Gaga’s ‘Shallow’

Missing Horry County woman found safe, police say

Charleston County one step closer to plastic bag ban

  GCSO: Pawleys Island bank robbery suspect shot during apprehension in Charleston County

Local man faces indecent liberties, rape charges involving child

He’s charged with indecent liberties with a child and statutory rape of a child under the age of 15.

Memorial service to be held Saturday for late Midway Fire Rescue firefighter

It was with a heavy heart on Friday that the Midway Fire Rescue announced that they had lost a member of their team.

Customers, employees evacuated from Horry County Walmart due to fire

A fire forced customers and employees to evacuate Friday night from a Walmart in Conway.

Pregnant cow shot, killed; authorities searching for shooter

The Marion County Animal Control hopes the public will help find the person who shot at least one cow.

  FCSO partnering with human trafficking expert to raise awareness

  Restaurant Scorecard: Inspectors discover meal worms, bug droppings

  Over 100 fathers, men have lunch with children at Myrtle Beach area elementary school

  Helicopter responds to scene of crash with injuries in Aynor area

Kannapolis-based pork skin products recalled in Carolinas

Report: Newborn tests positive for drugs; mother arrested

  Officials identify suspect who injured ducks with blow darts in SC

Officials confirmed on Friday that they have found the person responsible for injuring two ducks with blow darts in Murrells Inlet.

Local firefighter, chaplain hurt in ‘tragic’ job site accident

A longtime member of the Howe Springs Fire Rescue was injured while working at one of his job sites.

Coroner identifies driver killed in crash on Highway 90 involving garbage truck

One person was killed in a two-vehicle crash in Horry County Friday morning, according to Horry County Fire Rescue spokesperson Tony Casey.

Florence man charged, accused of possessing ‘multiple files of child pornography’

A Florence man is facing 10 counts stemming from his allegedly possessing “multiple files of child pornography,” according to the South Carolina Attorney General’s office.

Police ask for help in hit-and-run investigation

The Lumberton Police Department is looking for witnesses to a hit-and-run.

  Horry County Council calls meeting to discuss administrator’s contract, funding for I-73

The Horry County Council has called a special meeting to discuss two matters – the county administrator’s employment contract and terminating a contract with the South Carolina Department of Transportation to fund the county’s portion of Interstate 73.

  Teen charged in killing of NC trooper now accused of stabbing inmate

A teen charged in the shooting death of a North Carolina Highway Patrol trooper will face charges after allegedly stabbing a fellow inmate in Robeson County.

Police searching for missing 15 year-old girl

The missing 15 year-old girl last seen on Mar. 15.

  Daycare at Conway church evacuated after smoke detected in building

The First Baptist Church is being evacuated after smoke was detected in the building, according to city of Conway spokesperson Taylor Newell.

Milling, paving of Main Street in Conway to start Sunday night

Milling and paving work on Main Street in Conway is set to begin Sunday night.

Myrtle Beach businesses team up to host job fair

Several Myrtle Beach businesses are participating in a job fair next week at the Crown Reef Resort.

Police warning residents about people looking for yard work who have ‘hidden agendas’

The Marion Police Department is warning residents about people roaming neighborhoods looking for yard work for extra money who may have other agendas.

  Shaquille O’Neal named new Papa John’s spokesman

The pizza giant issued a statement Friday morning announcing that the four-time NBA champion will join the company’s board of directors, invest in nine stores in the Atlanta area and “be an ambassador for the Papa John’s brand.”

  "I’m shocked that people are shocked:' Grand Strand students, consultants react to college cheating scandal

Federal Prosecutors have charged more than 50 people accused of cheating and bribery in order to get their children admitted into some of the nation's most prestigious colleges.

In wake of Max 8 issues, former Boeing employee files lawsuit alleging problems at N. Charleston facility

The man claims in the suit that while he took his FMLA, Boeing knowingly used out of date engineering specifications

Prescribed burn set for Friday at Hobcaw Barony

A prescribed burn will be held at Hobcaw Barony Thursday morning.

AL high schooler accepted into 31 universities, awarded $1.1 million in scholarships

Hard work and countless hours of studying are paying off big time for Woodlawn’s High School valedictorian Benjamin Holmes.

  Community honors Hania Aguilar on 14th birthday: ‘We know she’s looking down on us’

The community honored a young girl on Thursday whose life was taken too soon.

  Suspect Search: Man accused of taking one-way U-Haul trip; woman wanted on check fraud charges

Police are on the hunt for a man who they said rented a U-Haul for a one-way trip but he just kept going and woman who went to the bank to cash a check but she didn’t have the check issuer’s permission.

Surfside Beach councilman requests Ethics Commission drop fine

A Surfside Beach councilman Thursday requested the state ethics commission waive a $2,150 fine the commission imposed after he was found to have violated state ethics laws.

New dune crossover rebuilt along Myrtle Beach oceanfront

Crews rebuilt a new dune crossover at 66th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach.

Results in for Florence County School District Two Board of Trustees election

The Florence County School District Two Board of Trustees election was held Thursday for two seats.

  Pro-life and pro-choice advocates debate fetal heartbeat bill

Pastor Foster testified before a House Judiciary Subcommittee Thursday morning. He said he would like to see the Personhood Act signed into law, but he also supports H.3020.

North Myrtle Beach names new police chief; set to start in early May

The new top brass at the North Myrtle Beach Public Safety Department will start his new duties in early May, according to a press release.

  ‘You’ve been busted:’ Horry County police arrest two in connection with armed robberies involving LetGo app

Horry County police have arrested and charged two men in connection with at least three armed robberies involving a popular app used for buying and selling goods online.

  WMBF breaks down tax money in Myrtle Beach lawsuit against Horry County

The city of Myrtle Beach is suing Horry County for illegally collecting hospitality fee money, and now WMBF is breaking down the numbers involved in the lawsuit.

  Pee Dee farmers concerned over Duke Energy’s possible rate hike

Duke Energy Progress is proposing to triple the rate of their basic facilities charge for Pee Dee customers.

Florida man pleads guilty to mailing bombs to Democrats, CNN

A Florida man pleaded guilty Thursday to sending a wave of pipe bombs to CNN and prominent critics of President Donald Trump.

Jury convicts Florence man in 2017 murder case

A jury found a Florence man guilty in connection with the shooting death of another man back in 2017.

  VIDEO: Video emerges of 2017 accident during Wallenda circus rehearsal

The accident involving Circus Sarasota happened in February 2017 at the Circus Arts Conservatory, the big top tent next to the mall at University Town Center. Five people in an eight-person pyramid fell from the 28-foot high wire.

Denny’s location near Surfside Beach closes its doors

The Denny's restaurant in the Surfside Beach area has closed its doors.

  Embrace a Veteran: Two Air Force veterans honored with Quilt of Valor

As a veteran, a great show of honor is to be nominated and receive a quilt from Quilts of Valor.

Tidelands Health creates new educational initiative in honor of late board chairman

Tidelands Health is honoring the memory of its late board chairman and his beloved wife through a new initiative that will continue the couple’s legacy of giving back to the community.

Traffic light up and running at busy intersection on Highway 17 Bypass

There’s some relief for residents driving in and out of the Deerfield community.

Woman killed in multi-vehicle crash on Highway 501 identified

A woman has died following a multi-vehicle crash Wednesday night in Horry County, according to Deputy Coroner Patty Bellamy.

Report: Dogs starved to death in kennels after owner ‘forgot’ about them

The investigation began when a utilities worker turning off power to the home spotted one of the deceased dogs in a kennel in the yard.

Police: Man kidnapped, held woman for most of 2018 Memorial Day bike rally

Myrtle Beach police have arrested and charged a man who allegedly kidnapped a woman and held her at a local resort for the duration of the 2018 Memorial Day Bike Fest weekend.

  Will Trump let up on McCain attacks? GOP senators hope so

A few GOP senators spoke out this week against a new round of Trump's complaints about the Arizona senator, who died in August of brain cancer . One Republican called the president's ongoing commentary "deplorable." Others, such as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, pointedly used the word "her

Report: Parents arrested after toddler tests positive for marijuana

Two North Myrtle Beach parents were arrested earlier this week after police say their child tested positive for marijuana.

SC man once foster parent for over 30 children arrested for criminal sexual assault

A man who was a foster parent for over 30 children was arrested for the criminal sexual assault of a girl, Greenville County deputies said.

  Winning $1 million Powerball ticket sold in Goose Creek

The odds of winning are one in 293 million.

  ‘You’re talking 1,000s’: Poisonous toads invade Florida community

Residents of Palm Beach Gardens have a massive outbreak on their hands. They expect the problem to grow in the coming weeks.

Baby cough syrup recalled due to bacteria contamination

Those at risk for more severe forms of the illness include infants, young children and those with weakened immune systems.

  Beware of scammers targeting March Madness fans

March Madness kicked off this week, and many college basketball fans are hoping to cheer on their favorite teams from the sidelines.

Deputies seek tips in 2006 cold case

The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in solving a cold case.

Bojangles’ needs your help in determining their best biscuit

Bojangles’ is asking fans to vote for their favorite biscuit.

  After mosque attacks, New Zealand quickly bans assault weapons

The government is now working on a large-scale buy-back plan to encourage owners of the banned weapons to surrender them.

Firefighters investigate house fire in Horry County

A fire in the Longs area of Horry County is under investigation.

  WMBF News puts CBD products to the test

CBD products are becoming more and more popular, and it seems that new CBD stores are popping up in the Myrtle Beach area every day.

Three vehicle crash on Highway 501 sends four people to the hospital

Four people were rushed to the hospital Wednesday night after a serious crash on Highway 501 near the Waccamaw River.

  Polo Farms residents hoping to have Horry County dredge nearby creek

Polo Farms was one of the hardest hit neighborhoods in Horry County by flooding following Hurricane Florence.

World Meteorological Organization retires storm names Florence and Michael

Hurricane Florence made landfall near Wrightsville Beach on September 14, 2018 and became the costliest hurricane in North Carolina History.

  Florence One school board officials consider options to fund new schools

The Florence School District One school board held a work session Wednesday morning to consider ways to build new schools and improve the current ones.

Deputies search for man wanted in breaking and entering case

Robeson County deputies are trying to track down a man who they say is wanted for breaking and entering.

  Lethal Libido: FDA warns the public of dangerous over-the-counter male enhancement pills

You see them on convenience store shelves with names like “Rhino” “Black Stallion” and “Libidomax” boasting some big claims, promising male enhancement and better results in the bedroom.

  SC Senator introduces resolution pushing for sale of Santee Cooper

The joint resolution has been referred to the Senate Finance Committee for consideration. Governor McMaster has tweeted about the legislation, calling it “clear and decisive leadership.”

  ‘Fetal heartbeat’ bill proposes abortion restrictions, stirs up controversy

South Carolina State House representatives are considering a bill that would make it illegal for women to get an abortion if the doctor can detect a heartbeat from the fetus.

  Horry County parents push for more certified autism therapists in schools

A group of parents are pushing for a particular type of autism therapy they say is unmatched.