In this video provided by the U.S. Coast Guard, an unidentifiable shrimper is hoisted up by a Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin helicopter based out of Air Station Savannah. The crew rescued four boaters Wednesday after their 80-foot fishing vessel Gracie Bell, became disabled two miles east of Pritchards Island.
Charter schools are typically created when parents feel their children need something different than what the current public schools can offer. But how does the process work? And where does the money to build the school facility come from?
Chris Mabry, an amateur playing in Monday’s, April 10, 2017 RBC Heritage’s Pro-Am, hit a hole-in-one at number seven at Harbour Town Golf Links in Sea Pines on Hilton Head Island. That ace won him a brand-new BMW. Video courtesy of Angela McSwain, RBC Heritage.
Myrtle Beach High School is in mourning one day after two of its students died after falling from a local hotel Wednesday afternoon. There girls were Amber Franco, 17, and Daniela Alejandra Arriaza Flores, 16, both of Myrtle Beach.
Coastal Carolina University’s cheerleading squad has been suspended after allegations team members worked as strippers and escorts. A criminal investigation reveals some cheerleaders were paid $100 - $1,500 per date.
Super fan Heather Carlsberg of Hilton Head Island tells us what she thinks is happening at a secret "The Bachelorette" filming spot on Boundary Street in Old Town Bluffton. Carlsberg and her mom, Sherri Carlsberg of Bluffton, were the only ones who seemed to have found the location the evening of March 28.
The plunger is pushed on a nasal syringe simulating how Narcan forms a mist and is given to a person in an opioid overdose on Tuesday, March 21, 2017. Lt. Nathan Marker of North Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue said his officers use the nasal injection as first responders based on three criteria - pinpoint pupils, respiratory distress and unresponsive patient. If the ambulance is the first responder, the patient receives an injection.
In this clip from a video posted by the U.S. Marine Corps to its YouTube channel, Commandant Gen. Robert B. Neller admonishes members of the Corps who have created a scandal by posting nude photos to a Facebook page. "If that commitment to excellence interferes with your 'me time' or if you can't or are unwilling to commit to contributing 100 percent to our corps' warfighting ability by being a good teammate and improving cohesion and trust, then I have to ask you, 'Do you really want to be a Marine?'"
South Carolina Rep. Mark Sanford talked with a small group of media after his town hall at the Technical College of the Lowcountry in Beaufort, on March 3, 2017. Sanford said he plans on doing another town hall in either Bluffton or Hilton Head Island within the next couple weeks.