Mobile Disaster Recovery Center will make multiple stops in Horry County

A Mobile Disaster Recovery Center will be making stops throughout Horry County over the next three weeks.

Latta police returning favor by donating to Hurricane Michael victims

The Latta Police Department is paying it forward to help the victims of Hurricane Michael. Right now, the department is collecting supplies which it plans to transport to Florida Friday, October 19th.

Deadlines approaching for Disaster Unemployment Assistance in six counties

Residents of Chesterfield, Dillon, Georgetown, Horry, Marion, and Marlboro counties are nearing the October 24 deadline to apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) offered to individuals whose job may have been affected by Hurricane Florence.

More than $40 million in damage reported across Horry County from Hurricane Florence

A month after Hurricane Florence made landfall, Horry County says that the catastrophic storm caused more than $40 million in damage to homes and businesses in the area, according to preliminary assessments from local governments.

Agencies come together to support fallen Florence officer, other officers injured in shooting

Law enforcement agencies from across the state are coming together to support a fallen Florence County officer and six others who injured in the line of duty during a Wednesday shooting.

Conway Medical Center gets help from Arkansas hospital in aftermath of storm

One medical center in Horry County is getting help from hundreds of miles away as our area continues to recover from flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.

Local man returns home after gruesome leg injury in the Bahamas

A local man’s vacation to a tropical paradise turned into a nightmare after he severely injured his leg in an ATV accident.

Are you a flood victim needing help?

Thousands of Carolinias are continuing to be affected by flooding almost two weeks after Hurricane Florence made landfall.

Here’s how to donate to Hurricane Florence relief efforts

Following Hurricane Florence, the Carolinas are faced with devastating flooding.

Lion cuddles with tourists, doesn’t eat them

The big cat licked and cuddled with tourists at an animal park in Crimea.

Court documents outline witnesses expected to testify in Brandon Council trial

New court documents filed last week outline witnesses expected to provide testimony for the prosecution in the case against Brandon Council.

Construction tracker application now available for beach renourishment project

A new construction tracker application is now available for the beach renourishment project on the Grand Strand, according to an online post from the city of Myrtle Beach.