U.S. Judge Terry Wooten on Wednesday rejected a proposed plea agreement between federal prosecutors and lawyers for former Lexington County sheriff James Metts, who will go to trial in January.
Popular former Midlands news anchor has turned his attention to helping businesses, non-profits and others more effectively influence their markets by better telling and controlling their own unique stories.
End of the road: Local programming and personalities at WMHK-FM will be no more as of Thursday, when the K-Love Radio Network takes over the 89.7 slot on the FM dial.
In the atmosphere of the Jim Crow era, barely two months passed between Stinneys conviction in a Clarendon County courtroom and his execution in the electric chair.
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A federal grand jury indicted an Horry County man in connection with what police said was a plan he developed to rob a Myrtle Beach armored cash service and behead the manager and his wife in attempt to make the crime look like an act of terrorism.