Zach Wilcox

Zach Wilcox

Video Journalist

Zach Wilcox is a reporter at WMBF News. He came to us in March, 2020 from Gray’s sister station, WTVY, in Dothan, Alabama.

While Zach was in Dothan, he had the opportunity to cover events like Hurricane Michael and Dothan City Schools restructuring.

Zach attended the University of South Florida in Tampa where he reported and anchored on the school’s station, Florida Focus. He also interned with Fox 13 and The Yankees magazine, Pinstripes Plus.

Zach is no stranger to living by the beach, he grew up in Jensen Beach, FL.

In his time off, you’ll probably find him surfing Myrtle Beach’s best waves, participating in community theater or watching just about every movie that comes to theaters.

You can get in touch with Zach by emailing him at zach.wilcox@wmbfnews.com


Recent Articles by Zach

Overwhelming support pours in for Grand Strand teenager battling leukemia, COVID-19

  Family, fellow officers say final goodbyes to North Myrtle Beach Sgt. Gordon Best

‘Dancing Lights on Luttie’ in Socastee features 20,000 holiday lights synchronized to music

Is a degree on the menu? Coastal Carolina University hosts drive-thru application event

'I made a horrible mistake’: Judge sentences North Myrtle Beach woman convicted of killing 2 newborns to 40 years

NAACP renews calls for Pawleys Island mayor to resign over social media post

'Heinous crime’: Conway police plead for information after woman killed, 3-year-old hurt in shooting

Georgetown County authorities undergo training on enforcing laws without bias

Soldier returns home to Myrtle Beach, meets newborn daughter for the first time

S.C. students, drivers will be expected to wear masks on school buses

Unemployed South Carolinians will soon lose extra $600 from federal government

Program can bring financial relief to those waiting for coronavirus test results

Family-friendly non-essential businesses try to manage kids having fun and staying safe

  Myrtle Beach homeowner, appliance technician share eye-opening discussion about racism

Police: Six in custody in Ocean Blvd. shooting that injured several early Sunday morning