India rescuers worked to save people trapped after a glacier breach sent water and debris down a mountain, leaving at least 26 dead and scores missing.
EFFINGHAM, S.C. – Florence County Emergency Management leaders are calling for residents along Lynches River and Black Creek to be weather alert hearing into Wednesday and the remainder of the week.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – The Little Pee Dee River is expected to reach moderate flood stage next week.
EFFINGHAM, S.C. – Florence County Officials have lifted the mandatory evacuation order for Zone 2 along Lynches River from US 52 bridge downstream to the US 378 bridge to include:
EFFINGHAM, S.C. -- Florence County Officials have lifted the mandatory evacuation order for residence along Black Creek at Nena Lane, Split Rail Drive, E. Black Creek Drive, Stag Horn Lane, Atlee Court, Crooked Creek Drive and Creekside Drive. It is safe to return to your residences.
FLORENCE, S.C. – The rising waters in parts of the Pee Dee bring two risks of infection: bacteria and contaminants lurking in the water and bugs such as mosquitoes.
MARION, S.C. – Floodwaters from the aftermath of Hurricane Florence arrived Tuesday in the town of Nichols, and water continued to rise Wednesday, according to Marion County officials.
CONWAY, S.C. — Two mental health patients who were being transported Tuesday night from Horry County to Darlington died when the Horry County Sheriff’s Office van was overtaken by floodwaters near the Little Pee Dee River.
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Students in Darlington County are going to miss another day of classes as a result of the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. All Darlington County schools and offices will be closed Wednesday, the district announced Tuesday afternoon.
EFFINGHAMS, S.C. –According to the National Weather Service Black Creek is currently at a stage of almost 17 feet and has fallen very slightly…
The spreading disaster claimed additional lives Sunday, with at least 17 people confirmed dead, and the nation's top emergency official said other states were in the path this week.
NICHOLS, S.C. – “Most people lost a house. I lost a home; the place where I raised my kids and built my life. Now it’s gone and I’m too old to start over.”
MARION, S.C. – Officials from Pee Dee Electric Cooperative traveled through Dillon and Marion counties on Thursday to evaluate the lingering damage from Hurricane Matthew.
FLORENCE, S.C. – According to the National Weather Service, forecast rain totals for Florence County have increased to between 11-12 inches and because of this Black Creek and Lynches River are forecast to reach flood stage by Sunday, October 9 and continue to rise through Tuesday, October 11.
FLORENCE, S.C. – Floodwaters have receded in most peoples’ daily routines, but for farmers standing water and saturated ground are still problems – and will be for some time to come.
GEORGETOWN, S.C. - Officials with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources and area counties are asking boaters to stay off of flooded roadway…
FLORENCE, S.C. – Now that the threat of flooding has subsided, it is time to begin the recovery phase. Avoid areas that are still flooded and do not attempt to cross roads that continue to have flood waters over them as you cannot be sure of the condition underneath.
THORNEY, England — As children climb into boats to get to school and scores of hoses pump floodwaters from fields day and night, one corner of southwest England is trying to reclaim its land. Other Britons watch and wonder: How much can you fight the sea?