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...
Aynor, SC (WMBF) - It's Game 1 of the Playoffs between Aynor and West Florence. As golden hour sets in, the fans file in and Head Coach, Keaton Kapps, takes his seat. The blue jackets try to accomplish something they've never done before: Win a Legion Title. "Most of these guys have been playing together since they were 5, 6 years old," he says. "I've got a bunch of kids who were on the 13 and 14 year old team that made a run towards it last year and ended up falling ...
Myrtle Beach, SC (WMBF) - Clemson alum Ricky Sapp has been all over the field for years - even enjoying a career in the NFL. "I went to the best school in the world - Clemson University. I played for the best Coach - Coach Swinney. It was unbelievable," he says. Growing up around the game, football was his life. "I was blessed to be around such a good atmosphere of people who motivated me to play ball so when I had the opportunity, I took it and ran with i...
As the world's best compete on soccer's biggest stage, millions passionately watch from around the world, including some of the best players the Premier Development League has to offer from the Myrtle Beach Mutiny.
Florence, SC (WMBF) - BREAKING: A man has died after a collision on I-95 in Florence. It happened just after 12 AM Saturday morning. The victim has been identified as 27-year-old Malcolm Hiers. An autopsy is scheduled for Sunday morning at the Medical University of South Carolina. The South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating. Stay with WMBF News as we continue to follow this breaking story.
Horry County, SC (WMBF) - Happening right now, a collision is causing traffic on Highway 501 towards Conway. Horry County Fire Rescue says a moped is involved. There are two people injured at this time. Injuries do not appear to be life-threatening. Both victims will be transported to a nearby hospital. We'll continue to follow this story as it develops. WMBF News Copyright 2018. All rights reserved.
Garden City, SC (WMBF) - Georgetown Deputies are looking for a man accused of trying to abduct a woman in Garden City. It happened on South Waccamaw Drive. Authorities say a late middle-aged white man with dark hair tried to grab a woman as she was jogging. A similar attempt was made around 7 o'clock Sunday morning. The suspect was last seen driving away in a dark SUV. If you have any information, call the Georgetown Sheriff's Office. WMBF News Copyright 2018. All rights reserved.