CONWAY, SC (WBTW) - Three people have been arrested after what police call a "road rage incident."
A police report from the Horry County Police Department says officers responded to the area of Pee Dee Highway and Lucas Bay Road in the Conway area around 9:30 p.m. on Thursday for a "road rage incident." <MORE>
byRON PAUL || According to financial writer Simon Black, the federal government is spending approximately $52,000 per second. This, not last year’s tax cuts, is the reason why the national debt has reached a record $21 trillion, which is more than America’s gross domestic product (GDP). <MORE>
HORRY CO, SC (WBTW)- Last week News 13 told you about parents filing a lawsuit against Horry County Schools after, they say, their child was bullied and feared being killed at school. Now, News 13 hears from the family's attorney and taking a closer look at how often bullying is being reported. <MORE>
SURFSIDE BEACH, SC (WBTW) - Jace Thompson, a fearless 5-year-old boy from Cornelius, NC who has been fighting a rare and aggressive brain tumor since October 2017, chose to take his Make-A-Wish trip to Surfside Beach this week.
"He's always been a beach baby, so Surfside is where we've come every year as a family," says Jennifer Thompson, Jace's mother. <MORE>
Horry County, S.C. (WPDE) — At least one person hurt is hurt after a shooting on Figure 8 Road in Horry County Sunday, according to Captain John Harrleson with the Horry County Police Department. <MORE>
Patty Younts of Pawleys Island knows all too well the toll Alzheimer's disease takes on families, and she is one of 9.9 million people across the nation who give their time and make extraordinary sacrifices to care for their loved ones who are suffering from the disease. <MORE>
From TheNerve.org: The S.C. Legislature spent more than $70,000 for an outside consulting firm to give it “advice” late last year relating to the V.C. Summer debacle – a financial quagmire that lawmakers played a large role in creating.
The Virginia-based firm was paid by the House and Senate without producing a report for lawmakers, Senate clerk Jeff Gossett told The Nerve this week…..
Beverly Buscemi didn’t publicly – and apparently neither privately to key people – reveal specifics about her new job with her resignation at the end of last year as the longtime director of the S.C. Department of Disabilities and Special Needs.
“At this time, I feel it is important to move onto other opportunities outside of South Carolina while continuing to follow my passion of supporting individuals with disabilities,” Buscemi wrote in a letter to staff and service providers under contract with the department when her resignation was initially announced in October. <MORE>