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State-Sponsored Child Trafficking, Courtesy of Judge Bromell-Holmes

Brittney Corter, mother to 10-year-old Kylie, lost her only child this week via an Emergency Protective Custody order (EPC) issued by Judge Jan Bromell-Holmes....

Myrtle Beach Homeless man chopped to death while sleeping

Horry County Chief Deputy Coroner Tamara Willard said a homeless man was assaulted and killed in Myrtle Beach this week. The Myrtle Beach homeless...

Victim stabbed by sword in Myrtle Beach over food

In an argument over food, a Myrtle Beach man allegedly stabbed another man with a sword. On Little River Road about 10 p.m., Myrtle Beach...

Leftist George Soros buys 2nd largest U.S. radio group with 220 stations

The New York Post reported Wednesday that George Soros is preparing to purchase a large stake in Audacy, America's second-largest radio company with more...

Trump Rally in North Charleston Draws “Yuge” Crowd

Thousands waited in line, many in their red MAGA hats, to see the 45th president who they hope will also be the 47th. ...

Myrtle Beach business-owner announces candidacy for State House

Sweeney vows to bring conservative representation to Grand Strand Horry County businessman and conservative talk radio show host Brian Sweeney, aka “Regular Joe”, has announced...

Frontier adds nonstop flights from Cleveland to Myrtle Beach

The Myrtle Beach International Airport is getting more nonstop flights. Tourists can now fly directly from Cleveland to Myrtle Beach on Frontier starting this...

Gun owners ask Senate Republicans to Pass Constitutional Carry Bill

Columbia, SC – The National Association for Gun Rights is calling on the South Carolina Senate to pass the House’s version of Constitutional Carry Bill...

 A new premium seafood restaurant opens in Georgetown today

The Independent, a new seafood restaurant and raw bar from 2024 James Beard Semifinalist for Outstanding Restauranteur Steve Palmer of Indigo Road Hospitality Group, just...

SCDOT to hold public involvement meeting in North Myrtle Beach

Columbia, S.C. (February 14, 2024) - SCDOT will hold a drop-in style public involvement meeting on Thursday, February 29, regarding proposed safety improvements along the...

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