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Facebook video appears to show two men in city vehicle removing political signs 1:10

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Myrtle Beach police responded to shooting along Ocean Boulevard 0:20

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Milo the Robot Debut at Socastee Elementary School 1:30

Milo the Robot Debut at Socastee Elementary School

Man fades in and out while apparently on drugs in Myrtle Beach 1:19

Man fades in and out while apparently on drugs in Myrtle Beach

Rapping Myrtle Beach teacher takes her talents to The Price is Right 0:44

Rapping Myrtle Beach teacher takes her talents to The Price is Right

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Watch as Myrtle Beach transforms right in front of your very eyes 1:04

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