Erin Edwards

Erin Edwards

Video journalist

Erin Edwards joined the WMBF News Team in March 2017. Erin is excited to share her passion for storytelling with the people of the Pee Dee and Grand Strand.

Before heading to Myrtle Beach, Erin lived in Boston where she worked as a writer for WHDH, a job she says reinforced her decision to pursue a career as a News Reporter. Erin also worked as a freelance host for New England Sports Network’s Dirty Water TV.

Erin graduated from Fisher College in Boston with a degree in Communications and Media Studies. While Attending Fisher, she was a part of Sigma Alpha Pi: The National Honors Society for Leadership and Success, and co-captain of the Cheerleading team.

A native New Englander, Erin was born and raised in Litchfield County, Connecticut. After battling through brutal winters her entire life, she is eager to get to warmer weather.

Erin enjoys exploring new places, spending time with family, and cheering on Boston sports teams. More than anything, she enjoys hearing from you!

Recent Articles by Erin

South Carolina solicitors working on civil forfeiture reform

Police return to home of Murrells Inlet woman facing charges connected to her husband’s death

Ten years missing: Brittanee Drexel not forgotten a decade after she disappeared

  FBI on Brittanee Drexel case: ‘We’re still hopeful we’ll solve this case’

New cameras, license plate readers installed throughout Myrtle Beach

VIDEO: Customers outraged after video shows Santee Cooper employee spraying dogs with pepper spray-like substance

Lawmakers seek harsher penalties for looters

  Proposed SC bill looks to put bounty on coyotes

SC Medical Marijuana bill to push FDA

Paying more at the pump? Potential bill would add tax to fund new beaches

Proposed SC bill would make electrocution main method of execution for death penalty inmates

Lawmakers propose bill to end marriage loopholes

New HOA law in effect in South Carolina

South Carolina ranks No. 5 in nation for aggressive holiday drivers

Surfside Beach makes slight changes to new pier design

Free inspections offered for flooded homes in Conway