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17 min ago | WECT-TV Wilmington
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2 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
The StarNews of Wilmington reports that's one of the early findings of a study on the impact of the film industry in the state.
6 hrs ago | WECT-TV Wilmington
BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC District Attorney John David Announced Tuesday the NC Court of Appeals upheld the second degree murder conviction of Daniel Brennick.
7 hrs ago | Independent Weekly
A lot of children dream of nabbing the golden ticket and running a quirky candy factory a la Willy Wonka.
WILMINGTON, NC Non-profits all over the United States is celebrating Giving Tuesday, giving consumers a chance to spend money and time on those in need instead of shopping for holiday deals.
If they want the government to continue paying part of their premiums, members of Congress will have to buy health coverage on the new exchange set up for small businesses in Washington D.C. as part of the Affordable Care Act.
December 3 - Duke Energy's coal ash pollution is killing over 900,000 fish and deforming thousands more each year in Sutton Lake near Wilmington, N.C., according to a new study conducted by Dr. Dennis Lemly, Research Associate Professor of Biology at Wake Forest University and a leading expert on selenium poisoning.
The North Carolina Highway Patrol says an effort to make I-40 safer from coast to coast during Thanksgiving ended with no deaths on the interstate, which stretches more than 2,500 miles from Wilmington to Barstow, CA.
Transportation officials are considering reopening a railroad line in southeastern North Carolina.
WILMINGTON, NC Reports of gang and gun violence in the city of Wilmington have quieted down, but the effort to permanently stop them persists through a community conversation.
Sonya Patrick, a New Hanover County representative of the N.C. Black Leadership Caucus, said she has been in contact with gang members in the Port City over the past few weeks.
While many families will spend time together for Thanksgiving and Christmas, others are not as fortunate.
Secretary Sharon Decker is traveling the state so she can hear first-hand from business owners and economic development professionals.
According to police, Cort R. Flint, 70 of Greenville, was crossing Eastwood Road around 8:20 p.m. when he was hit by a Lexus SUV.
New Hanover County could lose more than $10 million annually in tax revenue if the state's film incentives aren't renewed, according to Robert Handfield, an economist at NC State University.