Robert Whitehurst, WMBFNews.com

Robert Whitehurst

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Myrtle Beach, SC, United States

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FIRST ALERT: Increased wildfire threat into Wednesday

Outdoor burning is not recommended Wednesday as increased wildfire conditions arrive. → Read More

Driver charged in hit-and-run that left 19-year-old dead, deputies say

Josephine ‘Josy’ Nunn was killed when deputies say a car hit hers, sending her into concrete barriers. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Hurricane Delta officially makes landfall in Louisiana

Hurricane Delta has officially made landfall in Louisiana near Creole as a category two hurricane. → Read More

NC woman accused of trying to run over 12-year-olds outside convenience store

A police officer reportedly witnessed the woman's car come within inches of the girls and was able to get her license plate number before she sped away. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Tropical Depression #13 forms, approaches the Bahamas late this weekend

Tropical Depression #13 has formed around 2,300 miles to the southeast of Myrtle Beach. → Read More

New audio from the Goodyear training on their zero-tolerance policy

New audio from the training at the Topeka Goodyear plant gives more details about what was talked about in that meeting, including updates on their zero-tolerance policy. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Tropical Storm Kyle forms, earliest “K” storm on record

The earliest “K” storm on record has formed around 550 miles to the northeast of Myrtle Beach. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Tropical Storm Josephine forms in the Atlantic

Tropical Depression Eleven has formed deep in the Atlantic, around 2,800 miles to the southeast of Myrtle Beach. → Read More

World’s last Blockbuster store offers Airbnb experience

During a time when many businesses are struggling to stay afloat, the last remaining Blockbuster store in Bend, Oregon, is defying the odds. → Read More

US enters deal for 100 million doses of potential COVID-19 vaccine from Moderna

The vaccine is still in clinical trials and has not been approved by the FDA but is already being manufactured, so if it is approved, it can be rolled out quickly. → Read More

Tropical Depression Eleven forms, expected to become Josephine

Tropical Depression Eleven has formed deep in the Atlantic, around 2,800 miles to the southeast of Myrtle Beach. → Read More

Tornado watch issued for the Grand Strand ahead of Isaias

A tornado watch is in effect for the Grand Strand ahead of expected impacts from Tropical Storm Isaias. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Isaias strengthening, Hurricane Warning issued along the Grand Strand

The latest forecast for Isaias. → Read More

N.C. church shows appreciation for law enforcement, says ‘All Lives Matter'

Tim Jones, the pastor at Resurrection Baptist Church in Kannapolis, says that police officers are given an unfair rap. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Latest update on Isaias

During the 11 p.m. hurricane update, the tropical system that we’ve been keeping an eye on in the Atlantic Ocean became Tropical Storm Isaias. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Tropical Storm Isaias to form, forecast track released

Isaias is expected to form later today or early Wednesday. → Read More

South Carolina ranked as state to remove the fewest Confederate symbols

New data provided by data analyst group BeenVerified shows that South Carolina has become the number one state to remove the least Confederate symbols. → Read More

Marines subdue hostile passenger on international flight

Three Camp Lejeune Marines are being credited for subduing a hostile passenger on a flight from Japan to Texas on Monday. → Read More

Shake Shack gets funding, will return paycheck protection loan

Like many big companies, the burger chain qualified for the government loans because their outlets employ fewer than 500 workers each, according to a company statement. → Read More

Kentucky courthouse Confederate flag removed after criticism

A local official in Kentucky has ordered the removal of a Confederate flag outside a county courthouse that has drawn criticism since its recent placement there. → Read More