Saturday, March 8 2014 6:15 AM EST2014-03-08 11:15:05 GMT
Learn about being truly prepared for an emergency at a free gathering in Americus.It happens today, Saturday March 8th from 9am - 2pm at the Sumter County Fairgrounds. The Sumter County Local EmergencyMore >>
Learn about being truly prepared for an emergency at a free gathering in Americus. It happens today, Saturday March 8th from 9am - 2pm at the Sumter County Fairgrounds.More >>
Saturday, March 8 2014 12:56 AM EST2014-03-08 05:56:09 GMT
Family and friends of Rosie Gaskins walked down main street in Willacoochee Friday night to remember a woman many say had a smile that would light up a room."it's been a long four years, and today hasMore >>
Family and friends of Rosie Gaskins walked down main street in Willacoochee Friday night to remember a woman many say had a smile that would light up a room.More >>
Saturday, March 8 2014 12:03 AM EST2014-03-08 05:03:32 GMT
Crooks stole tools from an Albany small business owner Friday afternoon, tools he just bought a week ago. Don Dellinger's truck was parked behind his Aatco Transmission shop on West Broad Avenue. SomeoneMore >>
Crooks broke into an Albany business owner's truck while he was inside his business and stole costly tools.More >>
Friday, March 7 2014 11:53 PM EST2014-03-08 04:53:56 GMT
Bargain hunters got a jump on other shoppers Friday night as the Junior League of Albany kicked off its attic sale with a preview party. It cost $10 to get in. The event included music and entertainment. TheMore >>
An Albany civic group kicks off a fundraiser to help groups that serve children.More >>
Friday, March 7 2014 11:48 PM EST2014-03-08 04:48:56 GMT
An Albany native who has been playing professional basketball in Ukraine is back in the United States. Deerfield Windsor and Clemson University alum Andre Young landed in New York Friday night. YoungMore >>
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – A man celebrating New Year's Eve
in the Grand Strand may be going home without the valuables stolen from his
hotel room during the night, according to a Myrtle Beach Police report.
The man left his South Ocean Boulevard motel room around 11:30 p.m. on New Year's Eve to ring in the new year. When he returned at 3:30 a.m. the next morning his PlayStation, PlayStation games and laptop were gone. All the missing items were valued at $1,060.
When police inspected the motel room, they found no signs
that someone broke in, but the man told them he had trouble with the electronic
lock, which sometimes shorted out and caused the door to this room to open on
If you have any information about this crime, please call
Myrtle Beach Police.