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Gov. McMaster signs bill into law protecting seniors, vulnerable adults from scammers

South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster signed a bill into law to protect seniors and vulnerable adults from financial exploitation.

At least 20 people report jellyfish stings over 2 days at Emerald Isle

At least 20 people reported jellyfish stings at Emerald Isle this week, according to town officials.

Myrtle Beach is having a craft beer boom

Years behind other cities around the country and the state, Myrtle Beach is catching up on the craft beer scene.

Expert at murder trial: Uber rider stabbed up to 120 times

A pathologist says there were more than 100 stab wounds on a South Carolina university student killed by a man who attacked her after she mistakenly thought his car was her Uber ride.

Coastal Carolina employee sues Barnes & Noble manager claiming ‘racist verbal attack’

While inspecting one room, he said the manager of the bookstore located on campus accused him of stealing and called the police while he was doing his job.

South Carolinians can get COVID-19 vaccine from family doctor starting Aug. 2

Starting next month, access to the life-saving COVID-19 vaccine will be a lot more accessible for people across the state.

Horry County home sales at record high, infrastructure can’t keep up

Home sales in Horry County are at a record high, according to the Coastal Carolinas Association of Realtors (CCAR).

15-year-old drowns in Myrtle Beach hotel pool, coroner confirms

A 15-year-old North Carolina boy drowned at a Myrtle Beach hotel on July 10, according to deputy coroner Tamara Willard.

Trial underway for man accused of kidnapping and killing USC student

An investigator has shown jurors the suspected murder weapon at the trial of a South Carolina man accused of killing a woman who mistook his car for her Uber ride.

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UNCW men’s and women’s soccer schedules released

Both teams' schedules have been released as of Thursday.

Habitual felon sentenced to up to 4.5 years in prison

Evidence was presented by the State that Jones had committed a similar breaking and entering into a storage building in January of 2018 on Virginia Avenue.

Dept. of Insurance fines Humana $630,000

Humana has accepted the voluntary settlement agreement without admitting any liability or violation of any federal or state laws, regulations or rules.

Interior Department announces next steps for proposed offshore wind energy project

This project, if approved, would be the first to operate off North Carolina's shore and has the potential to provide considerable economic benefits to the region during construction and throughout the project's lifetime.