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Myrtle Beach, Windsor Green Fire: How could the apartment not have sprinklers but still be up to code?

Horry County, SC (ABC) — The apartment building that burnt in Windsor Green on Thursday night did not have a sprinkler system, according to a spokesperson for Horry County Fire. Not having sprinklers is not against the Horry County Fire Codes because the building was built in the late 1990’s when sprinklers were not required. Sprinklers can put out a fire before…

Police interview Candidates for ‘Police Cat’

TROY, Mich. (WXYZ) – Just one month after the Troy Police Department put out a call for followers in order to get a police cat, the department will “interview” three police cat candidates on Friday. With the help of the Michigan Humane Society, the three candidates will interview on Friday morning. On March 6, the department put the call out…

Trump Tower fire leaves 1 civilian dead, 4 firefighters hurt: Officials

A middle-aged man died after being pulled from a four-alarm blaze on the 50th floor of the Trump Tower in New York Saturday evening. The unidentified 67-year-old man was unconscious and unresponsive when he was removed from the Midtown skyscraper and rushed to Mount Sinai Roosevelt Hospital. He was initially listed in critical condition, but pronounced dead later in the…

Trump Tower fire leaves 1 seriously injured: Officials

Flames and smoke were spotted billowing and debris raining down from the 50th floor of the Trump Tower Saturday evening before firefighters were able to put it out, according to fire and emergency officials. FDNY firefighters were battling the four-alarm blaze at the 58-story Fifth Avenue Trump Tower skyscraper at 57th Street in Midtown Manhattan, fire officials confirmed. Debris could…

SC State Museum Hosting Spring Events

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– The South Carolina State Museum may have the answer for what to do this Spring Break.  The museum is hosting Spring Break camps and a spring deal to see the new planetarium show, free, starting March 31 through April 30.  Here’s a list of events from the South Carolina State Museum: Black Holes The immensity and power of…

Megachurch pastor indicted on $3.5 million fraud

ABC News/KTRK – A former religious adviser to President George W. Bush has been accused by federal prosecutors of defrauding investors of $3.5 million. Pastor Kirbyjohn Caldwell and a business partner, Gregory Smith, sold millions of dollars of worthless Chinese bonds, telling investors to “remain faithful and that they would receive their money,” according to documents obtained by ABC Houston…