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Tabor City man considered ‘armed and dangerous’ after SC woman robbed

 Two men are wanted after a woman was robbed at gunpoint in her home off of Highway 701 North in the Loris area of Horry County

South Carolina armed robbery suspects arrested in Brunswick County

An armed robbery suspect is leading law enforcement on a chase through Brunswick County.

Ex-boyfriend of pregnant woman found dead refuses extradition to SC

Christopher Kalb has refused extradition to Horry County in court this morning, according to Brunswick County District Attorney's Office.

Murder warrant issued for Brunswick Co. ex-boyfriend of pregnant woman found in SC

Murder warrants have been issued for Christopher Kalb, the ex-boyfriend of 22-year-old Shannon Nicole DiTillio, who was found dead in a vacant lot in Longs earlier this week, according to Lt. Mark Bonner with the Horry County Police Department.

Police probe death of woman found at Myrtle Beach mall

Myrtle Beach authorities are investigating the death of a woman found slumped over in a car as a homicide.

Former cop accused of chase denied bond

videoHank Smith, the former police officer from North Carolina who police say led Brunswick County Sheriff's deputies on a high-speed chase Tuesday night was denied bond Sunday afternoon.

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WWAY 5th Quarter: March 5, 2021

Week two of the high school football season didn't disappoint across the Cape Fear with 11 teams in action. Sports Director Tanner Barth brings you all highlights and final scores on this weeks 5th Quarter.  

Driver crashes into a P.T.’s Grille

Earlier this week, a driver accidentally drove right into a P.T.'s Grille.

Whiteville native makes it to American Idol

A born and bred Columbus County man will soon be on TV screens across the nation.

Church takes communion from the pulpit to the parking lot

Port City Community Church  held a drive thru communion Friday, hoping to reach out to church members who still feel unsafe coming to in-person services.