Daily Archives: May 14, 2014
WWAY's Makenzi Henderson was at Paul's Place in Rocky Point. The restaurant is famous for its hot dogs and is a staple in the community. Many people said they've been going to Paul's Place for decades.
Fayetteville police say that after a two-year investigation, the remains of missing soldier Kelli Bordeaux have been found and a person has been charged.
Investigators say two bodies were pulled from the Cape Fear River near Elizabethtown after an apparent jet ski accident.
Advocates for using taxpayer money for tuition at private or religious schools have new hope after North Carolina's Supreme Court removed a lower judge's order blocking the program's start this fall.
The high court on Wednesday said the program could go ahead while lawsuits are being debated in court.
A Wilmington seafood distributor pleaded guilty today to federal tax evasion, according to the US Justice Department and the IRS.
Prosecutors say Jeffrey Wayne Scott, 48, admitted to one count of willfully attempting to evade his personal income tax.
A Wayne County minister has pleaded guilty to receipt of child pornography in federal court, the US Attorney's Office says.
Gov. Pat McCrory and his top budget writer are focusing on what's not in his North Carolina government spending proposal for the coming year as compared to what's in it.
A Columbus County daycare worker has been charged with a felony after allegedly biting a child in her care.
Joni Smith McMillan, 36, is charged with felony child abuse inflicting serious injury and assault on a child younger than 12, according to the Columbus County Sheriff's Office.
North Carolina lawmakers are back at work as this year's legislative session has opened in Raleigh. People unhappy with the General Assembly's right-leaning direction have returned, too.
Surf City is now home to a new Walmart, but this Walmart is a little different than what you are probably used to.
It's music to Walmart shoppers' ears in Pender County.