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$80,000 Boeing grant will support veterans transition program at CCU

An $80,000 grant from Boeing will fund the newly-formed Boeing Skills to Lead – Veterans Career Transition Program in the E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration at Coastal Carolina University, according to a news release from the school.

  Community coming together to help area Coast Guard, other federal employees impacted by shutdown

Conway man sentenced to 18 months behind bars after deadly hit-and-run

Navy mom surprises 7-year-old son at his NC elementary school

One Year Later: Remembering Detective Mike Doty

Authorities seek to pinpoint movements of suspect charged in 13-year-old NC girl’s kidnapping, murder

FIRST ALERT: 40 degree temperature drops and wind chills in the teens on the way

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Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue announces inaugural Citizens Fire Academy

Myrtle Beach to offer online registration for parking decals

ICYMI: Dabo tells Clemson crowd national champs are ‘the best ever, drop the mic’

SCDOT launches statewide ‘pothole blitz’ to repair roadways

New restaurant in Murrells Inlet to offer ‘good food and bad advice’

How to submit work maintenance requests with SCDOT

  Juror seated on Tammy Moorer kidnapping trial weighs in on evidence, testimony during trial

It’s a duty they didn’t take lightly. Members of the jury from Tammy Moorer’s kidnapping trial are weighing in on what it was like in the deliberation room as they combed through the phone records and surveillance video to reach a verdict.

Myrtle Beach social media star catches attention of Harlem Globetrotters

Noah Cutler is a student athlete at Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach. He's a basketball player and also a big star on social media. His talent caught the attention of none other than the Harlem Globetrotters.

  FIRST ALERT: One year ago today - snow, ice, and the start of the coldest weather on record

Historic cold hit the region one year ago today.

Registration open for North Myrtle Beach Ocean Rescue Junior Lifeguard Program

Registration is open for the City’s January 24-March 14 Ocean Rescue Junior Lifeguard program. All classes are at the North Myrtle Beach Aquatic & Fitness Center.

North Myrtle Beach Fire collecting winter clothing for homeless children

Prefiled bill calls for ‘SC Independence Day’ to educate students on state’s role in the American Revolution

Applications for North Myrtle Beach’s 2019 Citizens Academy now available

Topgolf Myrtle Beach now accepting applications for 350 new jobs

Here’s your 2018 USPS, FedEx and UPS holiday shipping deadline guide

Fund established to assist family of fallen Lumberton police officer

Gingerbread Ladies share secret recipe for the perfect gingerbread house

Attention all sweet treat lovers! Sharon Buckwell and Sarah Cummings, also known as the Gingerbread Ladies, sat down with reporter Meredith Helline to share their secret gingerbread house recipe.

Man accused of kidnapping, murdering Hania Aguilar also facing rape charge from 2016 incident

The man accused of kidnapping and murdering 13-year-old Hania Aguilar made his first court appearance in Lumberton Monday.

Conway hosts Christmas parade Saturday

Several roads will be closed Saturday ahead of the Conway Christmas Parade.

Threat of rain changes day, time of 4A state title football game

Due to potentially bad weather on Saturday, Myrtle Beach will take on Greer a day earlier to determine the state 4A champion.

Jimmy Fallon comes to aid of NC family whose home was damaged by Matthew, Florence

A Lumberton family whose home was damaged by hurricanes Matthew and Florence are going to rebuild, thanks to some help from Jimmy Fallon.

Lawsuit alleges police intimidation, scare tactics against former club in Myrtle Beach Superblock

A local property owner is suing the city of Myrtle Beach for allegedly using police intimidation and scare tactics before forcing a bar in the Superblock to close its doors.

Firefighters offer decorating safety tips to help prevent house fires over the holidays

With the turkey and dressing devoured, many have now turned their attention to decorating for that “most wonderful time of the year.”

A number of Christmas parades happening along the Grand Strand, Pee Dee

The Grand Strand is getting into the holiday spirit with a number of Christmas parades over the next few weeks.

Red Cross offers tips for helping to prevent house fires during cold weather

As cold weather settles across the Grand Strand for a second consecutive night, it’s important to remember some safety tips to help prevent home fires.

SC Commission on Higher Education launches ‘one-stop shop’ for all things college

In an effort to assist parents and students alike, the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education has launched a website for all things related to college.

Holiday displays: Here’s a map of great Christmas lights across the Grand Strand, Pee Dee

Looking to find some great Christmas light displays this holiday season?

How you can donate on #GivingTuesday

Giving Tuesday is here, and here's how you can find a non profit that needs donations or some volunteers.

Dozens of new jobs coming to Horry County

According to a press release from the Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation, B&B Crane Service LLC, a North Carolina-based industrial company, plans to establish operations in Horry County.

Santa taking part in sensory-friendly holiday event at Coastal Grand Mall

Santa is coming to the Coastal Grand Mall, and he’ll be welcoming children of all ages and abilities.

App seeks to warn neighbors about package theft during holidays

The creators of a neighborhood app are hoping residents will use it to warn their neighbors about package theft during the holiday season.

Officials ask travelers to pack some patience this Thanksgiving holiday weekend

We are just one day away from Thanksgiving. Experts are predicting a record number of people will be traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday.

Missing Virginia teen may be headed to the Pee Dee

A missing 17-year-old from Fredericksburg, Va., may try to travel to Florence, according to information from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

Three weeks gone: FBI entering ‘critical phase’ in search for kidnapped Lumberton girl

Monday marks two weeks since 13-year-old Hania Aguilar was kidnapped outside her Lumberton home.

Black Friday: Here are the times that Grand Strand stores will open their doors

A number of Grand Strand stores will get a jumpstart on the traditional kickoff to the Christmas shopping season by opening their doors on Thanksgiving Day.

A number of deals available to vets on Veterans Day

Sunday, Nov. 11, is Veterans Day and a number of eateries are thanking military members by offering free meals or discounts.

Decision 2018: Resources to use on Election Day

Voters across South Carolina will head to the polls on Tuesday for the 2018 general election.

Horry County officials finish first pass of debris removal following Florence

Horry County crews continue debris removal operations in flood-damaged areas of the county in the wake of Hurricane Florence, according to a press release.

Annual American Heart Association Beach Ride underway in Myrtle Beach

Horseback riders from across the country have arrived in Myrtle Beach for the 37th Annual American Heart Association Beach Ride.

casino bet DECISION 2018: What to know before heading to the polls

The 2018 general election is one week away – Nov. 6 - and here are some things people need to do before heading to the polls to cast their votes.

WMBF viewers celebrated National Cat Day!

Monday is National Cat Day, and WMBF viewers took to Facebook to show off their feline friends!

Florence Co. investigator dies from injuries she sustained in mass shooting

A relative has confirmed that Farrah Turner, one of the Florence County Sheriff’s Office deputies injured in a mass shooting on Oct. 3, died Monday evening.

Volunteers needed in Conway area for Florence clean-up efforts

Volunteers are needed for clean-up operations in the Conway area following Hurricane Florence last month.

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.