In April 2011, Greg Johns found out through a mutual friend that he had a six-month-old son his ex-girlfriend had put up for adoption without his consent. Since then, he has fought for custody of the boy.
Goats, chickens and even “Riblet” the pig. This is life on "Faith Grown Farm." With six kids to raise, Dustin and Andrea Bestul are aiming to become completely self-sustaining.
"We have started doing our laundry on the line and if it's not good weather, we hang it up in our house," Andrea said. "By doing that, we save 50 dollars a month."
Meet this week's animal up for adoption through the "Good Morning Carolina" Pet Pals segment.
Russia is playing politics with people, little people. The new bill banning Americans from adopting Russian children hurts American families as well as children already in the adoption process. It's a frustrating move that one Wilmington woman has seen before.
President Vladimir Putin has signed a bill banning Americans from adopting Russian children.
The bill is part of the country's increasingly confrontational stance with the West and has angered some Russians who argue it victimizes children to make a political point.
Calling all ladies. Children at Heart Adoption Services is hosting a Girls Night Out event.
All donations will benefit the organization, which works with birth mothers and adoptive parents to help facilitate adoptions.
There are new details in the case of a father trying to get custody of the son he did not know about. As you saw ONLY ON 3 back in May, Greg Johns found out he had a son when the baby was six months old and up for adoption
Playing tennis will help fund a local adoption agency. Have fun while making a difference for domestic and international children in need of loving homes.
A Wilmington man is fighting for the right to raise his own child. A child he's never met. A child he never knew existed until the baby was several months old and already living with its potential adoptive parents. So far, trying to intervene has been a losing battle.
A Wilmington man was shocked to find out he had a baby that had been put up for adoption. More than a year later, Greg Johns is fighting a losing battle to get custody of the now 18-month-old boy.