One person was killed in a shooting at apartments at Texas Southern University. (Photo: KTRK)
13 hours ago
0 Comments for this article

Students fear for safety following Texas Southern University shooting

Students at Texas Southern University say they don't feel safe on campus in the wake of recent shootings, including one that left a student dead and another person wounded.
16 hours ago
0 Comments for this article

Deadly school shooting came after fight between students

A fight that broke out between two groups of students at Northern Arizona University’s Flagstaff campus left one person dead and three hospitalized after one of the students opened fire on the others. The shooter has been identified as Steven Jones, an 18-year-old freshman at the school, who has been taken into custody by campus […]
21 hours ago
0 Comments for this article

Scammers use FBI phone number to target victims

The FBI is warning North Carolinians to be on alert for a phone scam that spoofs the FBI's phone number on your caller ID.
John Thomas Barnette (Source: District Attorney Ben David)
2 days ago
0 Comments for this article

Man pleads guilty to rape at Carolina Beach motel

A Duplin County man is headed to prison for at least 22 years after pleading guilty to the rape of a woman at a motel.
Joseph Jaquante Holmes (Source: New Hanover Co. Jail)
2 days ago
0 Comments for this article

Suspicious person call leads to officer assault

Wilmington Police said a man is facing charges after punching one of their officers.
Josh Proutey (pictured with his mom) was killed in December of 2012. (Source: Proutey family)
3 days ago
1 Comments for this article

City settles lawsuit with slain teen’s family

With a unanimous vote Tuesday night, city leaders agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of a slain teen, gunned down in a dark city-owned parking lot nearly three years ago.
3 days ago
0 Comments for this article

POLICE: Standoff situation over, subject dead

Standoff over, Wilmington police say subject is now deceased.
Otis McGill
4 days ago
0 Comments for this article

Habitual felon to serve 2 decades for bank robberies

Otis McGill, 39, of Clarkton was sentenced to 2 decades in prison for 2 counts of Common Law Robbery and having obtained the status of a habitual felon.