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January 12, 2016 9:53 PM

Myrtle Beach leaders consider law to allow certain specialists to kill trapped coyotes

City council passes first reading of an ordinance to allow for ‘more humane’ way of dispatching coyotes

Officials with Department of Natural Resources say coyotes aren’t native to the area and have become prolific

Coyote mating season underway

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