Myrtle Beach police officer reaches children through art
Myrtle Beach Police officer Mike Dame teaches an after-school art class at the Historic Myrtle Beach Colored School. Dame helps children make a comic book with characters based in Myrtle Beach and pulled from their imagination.
Coastal Carolina University’s cheerleading squad has been suspended after allegations team members worked as strippers and escorts. A criminal investigation reveals some cheerleaders were paid $100 - $1,500 per date.
David Cox, Horry County Board of Education District 9 representative, explains why he's campaigning for the District 4 seat. His campaign has raised nearly $17,000 from parties connected to the district's school building projects, but he said most
Members of the staff and the Board of Education are attempting to make practice and games safer for student athletes by adding another athletic trainer to six of the largest high schools. Currently there’s only one athletic trainer per AAA and AAA
St. James High School finally nabbed the state’s highest school honor. St. James was one of two S.C. high schools in the running for the Palmetto’s Finest award, joining Seneca High School. The winner was announced around 2 p.m. Tuesday. Eight S.
The Greenwood Genetic Center Gene Machine is at the Academy for Technology and Academics off U.S. 701 between Conway and Loris on Tuesday. The Gene Machine is a 41-foot custom bus that houses a lab for students. It travels around the state to vari
Middle schoolers at Conway Middle present projects to a panel of judges that will decide whether to "invest" in the project or not in a challenge much like the popular TV show "Shark Tank." The students are part of iTeam, a week-long camp for stud
SC Law Enforcement Division agent Laura Hash shares the odds of DNA found on a rape victims clothing from the 80s with the jury during the first day of Isaiah Gadson Jr.'s trial at Beaufort County Courthouse. Gadson is linked by DNA to the January 1
Body cam footage shows Rev. Jarrod Moultrie, the NAACP president of Timmonsville, South Carolina, being pulled over by police. Moultrie posted on Facebook he thought he was racially profiled because he was driving a Mercedes Benz.