Zach Wilcox

Zach Wilcox

Video Journalist

Zach Wilcox is a reporter at WMBF News. He came to us in March, 2020 from Gray’s sister station, WTVY, in Dothan, Alabama.

While Zach was in Dothan, he had the opportunity to cover events like Hurricane Michael and Dothan City Schools restructuring.

Zach attended the University of South Florida in Tampa where he reported and anchored on the school’s station, Florida Focus. He also interned with Fox 13 and The Yankees magazine, Pinstripes Plus.

Zach is no stranger to living by the beach, he grew up in Jensen Beach, FL.

In his time off, you’ll probably find him surfing Myrtle Beach’s best waves, participating in community theater or watching just about every movie that comes to theaters.

You can get in touch with Zach by emailing him at zach.wilcox@wmbfnews.com


Recent Articles by Zach

  'Heinous crime’: Conway police plead for information after woman killed, 3-year-old hurt in shooting

  'You just keep growing’: Ocean Drive Elementary celebrates National Blue Ribbon recognition

  Huntington Beach State Park opens new nature center

  MBFD: Sprinkler system, thermal imaging helped in getting hotel fire under control quickly

  Population spike creates speeding issues for Horry County Police Department

  S.C. Works hosts 'open-air’ job fair in Conway as unemployed wait for federal help

  CDC develops new nasal swab to test for coronavirus and flu

  ‘Splinter City’ soon to be home to new 25-acre disc golf course

  Georgetown County authorities undergo training on enforcing laws without bias

  Myrtle Beach has plan for new ‘rail trail’ near Arts and Innovation District

  SCDOT project looks to improve Highway 17 Business intersections along South Strand

  Myrtle Beach police unit uses new technology to track overdoses, locate drug dealers

  Horry County parks board approves 50-acre donation for Carolina Forest area park

  Horry County Facebook group donates 50 gallons of hand sanitizer to schools

  Myrtle Beach tries to separate residential traffic from tourism traffic for Labor Day weekend

  Back nine at The Witch Golf Links proposed to become housing development

  City of Myrtle Beach filling fall event calendar after slow summer

  New review board gives public chance to assess GCSO ‘use of force’ cases

  Lights, camera, social distancing: Movie lovers welcomed back to Grand Strand theaters

  ‘What kind of person would do something like that’: DNR to investigate swan shot, killed in Murrells Inlet

  Parents battle with Horry County charter school over face-to-face assessment

  Woman charged in 2018 killings outside of Conway was daughter, step-sister of victims, officials say

  Grand Strand hospitals prepare for flu season during coronavirus pandemic

  Myrtle Beach sees increase in construction spending despite pandemic

  Horry, Georgetown counties see low census self-response rates with quickly approaching deadline

  New program allowed North Myrtle Beach to assess damage from Isaias within one day

  Jury trials to resume Monday in Horry County

  Garden City businesses officially dried out after Hurricane Isaias

  ‘Angel of Hope’ statue remains untouched in S.C. dunes after Hurricane Isaias

  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers surveys ‘severe’ beach erosion in North Myrtle Beach following Isaias