Michaela Broyles, Bradenton Herald

Michaela Broyles

Bradenton Herald

Myrtle Beach, SC, United States

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Past articles by Michaela:

Selfies and tours in space? NASA makes it possible with the launch of new apps

NASA launched two new apps Wednesday that allow users to explore a planetary system and even take selfies in space. The virtual reality apps take users on a virtual tour of the TRAPPIST-1 planetary system. → Read More

As detectives sought murder suspect, he was already in jail, police say

As sheriff’s office detectives searched for a Largo, Florida, man who allegedly shot and killed his girlfriend, they learned he was already in jail — on separate charges. She was shot multiple times, cops say. → Read More

As detectives sought murder suspect, he was already in jail, police say

As sheriff’s office detectives searched for a Largo, Florida, man who allegedly shot and killed his girlfriend, they learned he was already in jail — on separate charges. She was shot multiple times, cops say. → Read More

Move over, maternity leave. ‘Fur-ternity leave’ is the latest benefit at this company

A digital marketing company based in Minneapolis has taken parental leave to the next level by offering “fur-ternity leave.” Nina Hale allows employees with a new cat or dog to work from home for a week to help them get settled. → Read More

Dad fled during traffic stop, then officers found his dead baby in the car, cops say

After a man allegedly ran from a Georgia police officer during a traffic stop, his baby girl was found dead in the backseat of the vehicle. The Greenville officer found the baby in the floor board of the car her father fled from. → Read More

Boy was left in a hot day care van, police say. He honked the horn until he was found

A 4-year-old boy left in a hot day care van in Atlanta had to keep honking the horn until a woman finally came to his rescue. Atlanta authorities arrested multiple women with the Evelyn Redmond Christian Academy. → Read More

She wanted to fall in love. Instead, she fell victim to a scam and lost over $1 million

A 69-year-old Sarasota, Florida, woman says she could lose her home after a man she fell in love with on Match.com managed to scam her out of over $1 million. She says she’s now broke and about $350,000 in debt. → Read More

$100k in ecstasy was mailed to him, police say. They found it inside a teddy bear

Authorities arrested a Utah man after they say he picked up a package at a post office that contained $100,000 worth of illegal drugs. The package had 543 grams of MDMA, or ecstasy, found inside a teddy bear. → Read More

He shot himself during a traffic stop, cops say. Then they found a body in his trunk

After Maine police officers stopped an “erratic” driver, the Massachusetts man reportedly shot and killed himself before officers found a dead woman inside his trunk. The body was identified as Maddilyn Burgess. → Read More

Parents didn’t trust doctors, court documents show. Now they face murder charges.

A 10-month-old baby died of malnutrition and dehydration after her parents failed to seek medical care, citing religious beliefs. The father says he’s being “unfairly” charged in the baby girl’s death. → Read More

Video: South Carolina Police Officer Rescues Dog Stranded in Pond

Myrtle Beach Police Cpl. Tommy Hunt paddled out into a pond to get the small dog Wednesday. → Read More

How this SC firefighter learned to ‘embrace the suck’ as she battles cancer

Myrtle Beach firefighter Jennifer Gilbert has been with MBFR for 10 years. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in March 2018, and talks about her months-long journey. She recently finished her last chemo treatment. → Read More

‘We saw you’: Someone threw a dog out of a speeding SUV in Myrtle Beach, witness says

A dog has “significant” injuries after bystanders say they saw her thrown out of a moving vehicle along an intersection in Myrtle Beach Monday afternoon. The puppy was tossed at Robert Grissom Parkway and 38th Avenue North. → Read More

‘Life was like a box of chocolates’: Did you know these movies were filmed in SC?

Well-known movies including Forrest Gump, The Notebook, The Strangers, Dear John, Cold Mountain and more have film locations in Charleston, Beaufort, Rock Hill, Myrtle Beach, Florence, Edisto Island, and other areas in South Carolina. → Read More

Forecasters announce their 2018 hurricane predictions. Here's what we can expect

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced its initial outlook for the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season May 24, 2018. Forecasters with NOAA predict a 75 percent chance that the upcoming hurricane season will be near or above normal with 10 to 16 named storms. → Read More

He was about to jump to his death from a bridge. This SC cop saved his life

A North Myrtle Beach police officer's quick actions saved the life of a man who admitted he was about to jump off the Little River swing bridge in an attempt to end his life. The incident happened April 30, 2018 but North Myrtle Beach police commended the cop's actions May 17. → Read More

Born addicted: This SC county leads state in number of drug-dependent babies

Horry County has led the state in babies born with neonatal abstinence syndrome for the past 3 years. Lawmakers in SC are trying to get a bill passed that would change the way it's reported when babies are born addicted to opioids and other drugs. → Read More

'Momma, where's my horse?': South Carolina 5-year-old's horse shot, killed

A Galivants Ferry woman wants closure after her 5-year-old son's horse was shot and killed at her home earlier this week. Horry County police say the horse suffered a gunshot wound. It was found dead May 8, 2018. → Read More

Hurricane season will be here soon. Here's how to gear up now

The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season will be here in a few weeks, and Horry County Emergency Management officials are already recommending to gear up for it. Here's a list of supplies to have in a basic emergency kit. → Read More

USC student plays drums with the Foo Fighters ... again

After jamming out with the Foo Fighters at a previous concert in Columbia, South Carolina, North Myrtle Beach native and USC sophomore Pierce Edge played the drums again with the rock band on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at the Georgia State Stadium in Atlanta. → Read More