Daily Archives: June 19, 2014
Most high school students check out for the summer and don't think about school until August, but for a selective few, summer is time to plan for the future.
Camp MedStart gives students exposure to lectures and hands-on activities from a variety of health careers.
Is the Wilmington Police Department using spy gear to trick your cell phone into giving away private info?
That's what the ACLU and New Hanover County's Public Defender believe.
A former Fair Bluff police chief made his first appearance in court today.
Donald Brian Beauchaine is charged with 10 counts of secret peeping.
It looks like factory workers at the Smithfield plant in Tar Heel won't be headed back to work until tomorrow.
The pork packing plant has been shut down since an ammonia leak Tuesday morning.
Investigators say an early-morning fire at a wilmington apartment complex was intentionally set.
It's the third fire at Colonial Grand in the last few months, and it has some residents concerned.
Duke Energy is hosting an event next week to speak with the community about coal ash and other issues.
Hick-Hop is coming to Ziggy's by the Sea tonight.
From "Kuntry Livin'" to the Port City, reality star Big Smo is performing up and down the east coast and stopping along the way to explain to kids the importance of art and following their dreams.
A Bladenboro man is in jail charged with stealing a trailer full of hogs.
Bladen County Sheriff's deputies arrested Alfonza Lewis, 38, around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday.
A new poll of North Carolina voters shows support for continuing the state's film incentives, including broader support among Republicans than Democrats.
Fifth grade students at Eaton Elementary School joined marine explorers Thursday morning for an underwater mission. Well, sort of.