- Horry County Auditor: There'll be more than just parents, teachers and children in school parking lots starting Monday
- Barefoot Landing gets new brewery and restaurant, loses Joe's Crab Shack
- North Myrtle Beach first in SC to ban commercial dog and cat sales
- HCS and law enforcement investigating threat against BWMS
- 'Don't ever judge a book by its cover:' How a shooting ended one life and ruined another
- Conway native wows audience singing Sinatra hit
- New Jersey auto parts maker opening plant in Conway area
- Kickoff Classic cut short by stormy weather
- Horry County Council identifies funding source for S.C. 31 interchange land
- Horry County Government hoping to purchase former Santee Cooper office in Conway
- Kickoff Classic
- BOGGIN’ EVERYDAY!
- Realizing a dream 92 years in the making, Myrtle Beach’s First Presbyterian Church dedicates the sanctuary and looks to the future
- Loris Lions
- Conway High School Tigers
- St. James Sharks
- Maloney fights cancer, still marches at St. James High School
- Fan Appreciation Day at CCU
- Aynor High School Blue Jackets
- Carolina Forest Panthers
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Red flag laws allow family members or law enforcement to petition a judge to temporarily remove guns from a person who is seen to be a risk to themselves or others. Since a rash of mass shootings, President Trump and some congressional Republicans have signaled support for federal red flag legislation, though the next steps in Congress are unclear at this point. Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Marco Rubio of Florida have pushed for a federal red flag law. However, some Americans believe red flag laws violate the Second Amendment. Do you support extreme risk protection measures better known as red flag laws? Choices are: