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Whiteville is back in the state finals for the second year in a row. Whiteville defeated West Columbus on Thursday night in high school baseball to punch a return ticket to the state title series.
Police are searching for a suspect they say robbed a Wilmington hotel with a knife, later ditching the cash he got away with Thursday night.
The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office has finished its investigation of a physical altercation between a school resource officer and a female student that was photographed and went viral on social media.
Wilmington Police are asking for help finding a teenager wanted on a domestic violence charge.
Authorities in Union County believe 170 people who were sickened after eating at a Monroe elementary school last week contracted the fast-spreading Norovirus.
For the second straight year, the Scripps National Spelling Bee ended with co-champions each holding one side of the golden trophy while being showered with confetti.
There's another effort to side-track plans for toll lanes on Interstate 77 north of Charlotte.
Multiple media outlets report a meeting in Cornelius on Thursday night discussed the possibility of canceling the state's plans to add toll lanes from north Charlotte to Mooresville.
A Fort Bragg soldier charged in the death of a Panamanian woman last year will face a court-martial on post this fall.
Cape Fear Community College has narrowed down its presidential search to four candidates.
Some Leland residents are back home tonight after a gas leak forced them to evacuate Thursday afternoon.
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Thursday the Wilmington Police Department unveiled a plaque to honor one of its own. A man they say helped open doors for others in law enforcement. Honesty, integrity and hard work are some of things Ronald Haynes says he learned from his father, the late Sergeant Edward “The Legend” Haynes. The Read more...