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Local church group offers new answer to stop violent crime

McMaster: State has enough resources for Myrtle Beach public safety

Horry County fighting back against recent acts of violence

Horry County council looking to build a new Emergency Operations Center in Aynor

Grand Strand remembers victims of Orlando nightclub shooting on one-year anniversary

Lewis Brice takes a look back ahead of second CCMF performance

Homeowners say neighborhood flooding because of major stormwater drainage problems

Horry County Council, school board differ on funding for school resource officers

Protesters attend Horry school board meeting over chairman's comments about illegal immigrant valedictorian

Monday a busy travel day at MYR after holiday weekend

Traffic loop goes into effect during first night of Bikefest

Mother who pleaded guilty in death of 5-month-old 'Baby Grace' asking for new trial

Horry County School Board talks budget at Monday meeting

Law enforcement amped up for Spring Harley Rally safety

Delayed construction project on 48th Avenue North makes some locals happy

Spring rally brings out bikers from all walks of life

CCU cheer coach named in released documents speaks out

DHEC confirms maggots were not found in Hartsville Middle School lunch

Over 200 employees put on 'unexpected' unpaid furlough by Palmetto GBA

New ordinance could further enforce sand dune protection more strictly

Deputy Coroner: May take 3 weeks or more to identify human remains found near missing man's ID in Aynor area

Pilot rescued after plane crashes in water near Myrtle Beach State Park

Proposed Horry County School Board budget shows millions of dollars in shortage

Horry council hears from public on proposed weapons discharge ordinance

Horry council votes to extend 1.5 percent hospitality fee

72-year-old man finishes transcontinental bicycle trip in Myrtle Beach

Repavement construction to begin soon on U.S. 17 overpass at backgate

Senate could pass bill that would set a higher standard for wild, endangered animal care

Major section of U.S. 501 to be repaved

Burglary in Carolina Forest makes neighbors anxious for more security