A black swallowtail butterfly feeds on flowers at Brookgreen Gardens in Murrells Inlet, a popular attraction in the Myrtle Beach area that features art, sculptures, live oak, gardens, live animals and more.
Holiday decorations contribute to hundreds of home fires every year. Here are some tips from Boise Firefighters' Local 149 and the Boise Fire Department in Idaho to keep your home safe this holiday season.
Joel Allen talks about what it's like to live in a tiny home. The tiny house craze is sweeping the nation, as more people are trading in their homes for much smaller models, as little as under 200 square feet.
Chip and Joanna Gaines, hosts of the wildly popular HGTV’s “Fixer Upper”, talked with the media prior to making their appearance Saturday at the Greater Kansas City Home Show at Bartle Hall. Chip explained why he'd live in Kansas City, MO if he di
Gardner is a life long Horry County resident graduating from Coastal Carolina. The only time he has spent away was while serving in the 82nd Airborne, reaching the rank of Captain, and then while attending the University of South Carolina Law School.
K9 Wildflower, who was a former rescue dog at the North Myrtle Beach Humane Society, plays with a toy with her handler Joe Chitwood. Chitwood is the chief of police at the Wetumka Police Department in Oklahoma.
South Carolina's second Tin Roof will celebrate its grand opening on June 22. The new restaurant, bar and music venue is located at 1410 North Ocean Boulevard and offers three different areas to enjoy their food, drinks, music and views.
Sullivan's Island, South Carolina, is warning tourists ahead of the Memorial Day weekend to be on the lookout for Portuguese man-of-war and men-of-war. Several have been seen on the community's popular beaches.
Ralph Wilson Jr., the attorney for Aaron Tirrell Rashad Williams and Timothy Williams who are accused of shooting a person on Ocean Boulevard on Wednesday, claimed that his clients were defending themselves from an angry crowd.
The four men charged in a shooting outside Ripley's Believe It or Not appeared in court today with two of the accused telling a judge, via video conference, a very different story from initial police reports.