He ran 2,727 miles across the country. It took him 135 days.

Marshall Hardee of Conway runs U.S. 501 in the rain to complete the last leg of a coast to coast journey that began in Oceanside, CA and ended at Second Avenue Pier in Myrtle Beach. Hardee, age 22, ran 2,727 miles from in 135 days pushing camping gear in a cart and sleeping on the roadside. Hardee said that he wants to tell people, If you have a dream, no matter how wild it is, go ahead and do it.

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Toast of the Coast: John Edward Cahill

Myrtle Beach's No. 1 singles player John Edward Cahill talks about the Seahawks' season and the honor of being named 2017 Toast of Coast boys tennis Player of the Year.
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Toast of the Coast: John Edward Cahill 3:30

Toast of the Coast: John Edward Cahill

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster visits Myrtle Beach 0:48

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster visits Myrtle Beach

Check out the all-new Carolina Ale House at Broadway at the Beach 1:46

Check out the all-new Carolina Ale House at Broadway at the Beach

U.S. 17 blocked at Barefoot Resort Ridge after two car wreck 0:08

U.S. 17 blocked at Barefoot Resort Ridge after two car wreck