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Sixth person shot in York County mass shooting dies at hospital

His family reported Friday that Shook was out of surgery and stable, but wasn’t out of the woods quite yet. Hours later, the coroner’s office released the news that Shook has lost his battle.

Prisma abandons plan to buy 3 more South Carolina hospitals

The move came after an unfavorable court ruling and questions about whether the deal would give Prisma a near-monopoly over hospital care in much of the state’s Midlands region.

SC man diagnosed with COVID-19 out of the hospital, heals in rehab 241 days later

Thompkins had no underlying conditions. He had symptoms of fever, vomiting, and what appeared to be pink eye.

Man in custody after 15-year-old missing Myrtle Beach girl is found safe

Police said that while the investigation initially led officers to believe she was in danger it has become apparent that she left on her own free will.

HVAC tech, father of 3 killed in SC mass shooting

A sixth victim, Robert Shook, 38, of Cherryville, North Carolina, was flown to a Charlotte hospital, where he was in critical condition “fighting hard for his life,” said a cousin, Heather Smith Thompson.

Two airlines add new nonstop flights from Myrtle Beach to 7 cities

Frontier Airlines will now offer non-stop flights from Myrtle Beach to Buffalo, N.Y., Providence, R.I., and Portland, Maine.

York County gunman’s brain to be probed for trauma-related harm

York County Coroner Sabrina Gast said in a statement issued Friday that she had gotten approval from Phillip Adams’ family for the procedure to be included as part of his autopsy.

AP source: NFL player Phillip Adams killed 5, then himself in York County shooting

The source said Adams had been treated by Dr. Robert Lesslie, and that his parents lived nearby in Rock Hill.

Now that’s a hazard! South Carolina golfer’s ball lands on alligator’s back

Some golfers take twisted pleasure in playing their ball "as it lies" after errant shots on the course, sometimes resorting to bizarre and improbable escape shot attempts rather than accepting a stroke penalty.

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