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South Carolina inmates ask state appeals court to halt executions

Two death row inmates in SC say they want the state to try harder to procure lethal injection drugs, so that they don't have to die by electrocution later this month.

VP Harris pushing COVID-19 vaccinations in upstate South Carolina

Vice President Kamala Harris is stopping in South Carolina as part of a monthlong push by the White House to get more Americans vaccinated against COVID-19 before the July 4 holiday.

21 injured, 8 killed from gun violence in May

Of the state’s 31 days, 18 had at least one shooting. 

2 arrested after Horry County dock fight leaves man with broken bones

Police said officers were called to Chamberlin Road after reports of a fight between 6-10 people on the dock after some kind of dispute on the waterway, according to the report.

Small SC town can’t find $200,000 in fines and fees

The small South Carolina town of Ware Shoals has lost track of nearly $200,000 worth of tickets, fine and fees.

SC officials urging residents to prepare for start of hurricane season

As the Atlantic hurricane season approaches, officials in South Carolina are encouraging residents to get their supplies and plans in order, in case the state is impacted by storms again this year.

Horry County receives $34 million from American Rescue Plan

Horry County has received $34 million from the American Rescue Plan Act.

Scammers use child’s voice recording to portray kidnapping

Last year, the FBI recorded more than half a million imposter phone scams, taking more than a million dollars. Callers most commonly pretend to be police officers, IRS agents, and now potential kidnappers.

Business owners react to North Myrtle Beach cancelling St. Patrick’s Day parade

Fontana admits it was not a decision she was happy to make, but said the spread of the virus has not waivered as they had hoped for.

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Mystery solved: Offshore vessel identified by Northstar Marina

We have an update on a story we brought you yesterday. The mystery of the strange barge near access four has finally been solved. 

Board of Education votes ‘no confidence’ in member Judy Justice

The New Hanover County Board of Education voted in favor of a 'no confidence' motion against board member Judy Justice.

After months of work, repairs still needed at downtown Wilmington’s River Place

In recent months, the luxury apartments and condos at River Place, a long-awaited $80 million development on Wilmington's riverfront, have turned into temporary construction sites as workers wearing safety vests and hard hats have repaired building-wide defects.

Target plans for zero waste, emissions by 2040

Retail giant Target is pledging to reach zero waste and emissions by 2040.