The American Red Cross helped storm victims in Mullins on Tuesday by handing out cleaning supplies.
A Murrells Inlet law firm is providing sand and sandbags to community members for free.
An area church is trying to make sure 3,000 people get at least one meal a day during the recovery from Hurricane Florence.
The suspect in the 2017 CresCom bank robbery and double murder has offered to plead guilty if the death penalty is taken off of the table, according to court documents.
Criminal charges have been filed against the Town of Red Springs' police chief and town manager.
Rescuers say the search is over for the swimmer reported missing from Pawleys Island.
Deputies say an individual has been arrested for firing shots near the Southside Early Childhood Center Tuesday.
South Carolina Highway Patrol reports one person died in a car crash Tuesday morning.
A man died after a crash between a moped and a backhoe in Myrtle Beach.
Congressman Tom Rice has asked Governor Henry McMaster to amend his application for hurricane relief funding to include funds for the I-73 project.
Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital will continue to provide emergency care and inpatients will be relocated to another hospital during potential flooding.
Georgetown County officials say SCE&G is cutting off service to certain natural gas customers within the county and representatives are going door-to-door to let homeowners know.
A North Myrtle Beach water rescue vehicle was swept away by flood waters, but rescue groups from Louisiana were able to save the workers inside the truck.
Renovations are underway at Charlie’s Place on Carver Street in Myrtle Beach.
Nichols is in recovery mode again just after repairing the damage done by Hurricane Matthew.