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.
Black Swallowtail Butterfly at Brookgreen Gardens
How to keep your Christmas tree from turning into a tragedy
4 tips to outsmarting poisonous plants
Lightning safety tips
Hybridizing Daylilies In The Zahler-Therrien Garden
What's it take to live in a tiny house
'Fixer Upper' hosts reveal where they'd live if they weren't in Texas
Two bodies, car found in pond near Loris
Crews remove car from Loris pond
Off-duty police officers draw guns during altercation at Murrells Inlet Marshwalk
‘I believe in angels’: A look back at the deadly crash that killed three local teens
Greenwood Hall closes suddenly, leaving 50 without work
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 did not live in Texas.
Horry County Fire Rescue divers search a pond on Hulls Island Road in the Longs community. By 12:30 p.m., two bodies and a vehicle were removed from the irrigation pond. Capt. Mark Nugget, spokesperson for Horry County Fire Rescue, said crews were called to the scene around 2:30 a.m. after a report of a car in the pond. The search resumed around 11 a.m. Saturday. A man who lives near the pond said he heard a noise and looked to see a car sinking in the pond. He said he did not see any one coming out of the pond. The man, who asked not to be identified, said the pond is spring-fed and used to irrigate nearby fields. The pond’s depth graduates from around 10 to 12 feet at the end where the bodies and vehicle were found and as deep as 18 feet.
Peter Sfetter Wilczynski, owner of the Polish Deli (Pulaski deli) in Myrtle Beach, took drone footage of the Springmaid Pier, Surfside Pier, Garden City and the 2nd Ave. Pier after Hurricane Matthew hit the Grand Strand in October 2016.