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A man in Catawba County was fatally stabbed during a fight with another man. Deputies say the man tried to drive himself to the hospital, but didn't make it. Deputies say they were called to the 2100-blockMore >>
Deputies say they were called to the 2100-block of Stove Drive early Thursday morning and found 20-year-old Jason Margarita in a car, bleeding heavily.More >>
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A North Carolina teenager and her six-month-old daughter are missing and deputies believe they may be in Myrtle Beach with the baby's father. According to the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office, 19-year-oldMore >>
19-year-old Kaitlyn Nicole Williams was last seen on Friday night by her mother. When she left, she was supposed to be going to a friend's house to head to the beach.More >>
Two adventurous kayakers in Argentina experienced the thrill of a lifetime following an encounter with a pod of massive whales. The video was taken somewhere off the coast of Puerto Madryn, Argentina.More >>
Two adventurous kayakers in Argentina experienced the thrill of a lifetime following an encounter with a pod of massive whales.More >>
An 8-year-old boy told his mother, “You’re going to kill me,” as she allegedly strangled him with a rope.More >>
An 8-year-old boy told his mother, “You’re going to kill me,” as she allegedly strangled him with a rope. More >>
HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Three people were arrested after Horry County Police were called to a hotel to check on a man lying naked in a truck.
It turns out, according to the Horry County Police report, that two men at the hotel on South Highway 17 in the Atlantic Beach area had paid $40 each to have sex with a woman in a truck.
Police arrested 37-year-old Jamie Diane Hardin of North Myrtle Beach and 21-year-old Aaron Tyler Quick and 19-year-old Graham Keith Jackson, both of Bennettsville. Each was charged with one count of prostitution.
All three were released from the J. Reuben Long Detention Center on Saturday, March 22 with $2,500 bonds.