See who spent time behind bars at J. Reuben Long Detention Center and the North Myrtle Beach Jail. These mug shots are provided by law enforcement agencies and are public information. If charges are expunged or dismissed, The Sun News will remove the mug shot for free. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
A 20-year-old woman initially told police she had been robbed, but officers soon learned she had been gambling and lost her money, according to a police report. Officers smelled marijuana and found 1.73 grams in a bag with her.
NAACP members gather on the steps of Sandy Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Myrtle Beach to announce the ninth year of Operation Bike Week Justice on Thursday, May 21, 2015. The operation is to monitor discriminatory practices during the upcoming Memorial Day activities.
Follow The Sun News reporters and photographers on Twitter as they cover Atlantic Beach Bikefest from all across the Grand Strand. Use the Hashtag #bbw15 when tweeting or posting to social media about the event.
The State Department released the first batch of emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private server, shedding light on how political bureaucracies work but revealing nothing new about the deaths of the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans in a terrorist attack in Benghazi.
Voters determined to have their voice heard on gay marriage turned out in strength for Ireland’s most hard-fought referendum in decades, a contest that pitted the liberal forces of social change against the nation’s conservative Catholic foundation.
TLC pulled the reality series “19 Kids and Counting” from its schedule, a move that follows reports of sexual misconduct allegations against one of the stars, Josh Duggar, stemming from when he was a juvenile.
The Export-Import Bank has become a partisan flashpoint. Authorization for the 70-year-old bank, which guarantees loans for American companies selling products abroad, expires at the end of June. That’s fine with many conservatives, who see the bank as corporate cronyism.
Haynes made the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1998, the first Globetrotter to be so honored. He had two stints with the touring team – from 1947-53 and 1972-79. Globetrotters CEO Kurt Schneider said “basketball has lost one of its most iconic figures.”