Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
This year's Whiteville High baseball squad is hungry to repeat. They won the whole ball of wax in 2014. Can they do it again in 2015?
Lori Drake has decided to step down as the head women's basketball coach at Cape Fear Community College.
After a controversial Facebook post made by New Hanover County School Board member Tammy Covil protestors took to the steps of the school board to voice their concerns and support. It was Covil's use of the word perverted toward gays and lesbians that started the fallout. Some folks said Tuesday, they wanted Covil gone.
As the defamation lawsuit against former Brunswick County Schools Superintendent Edward Pruden goes through the court process, we've learned who is going to pay for the legal fees.
Two area beach towns make a national list naming some of the top fastest-growing vacation rental destinations in the country.
Deputies with the Pender County Sheriff's Office say a teen is facing charges in connection with a classroom break-in.
The News and Observer reports Wake County sheriff's deputies have accused 25-year-old David Carl Pitney Stewart of posting Craigslist ads directing people to have "random sex" with his girlfriend's mother because she was "bored at work."
The State Board of Elections is holding the first of nine public hearings on the rules governing North Carolina's voter identification law.
The 30th annual Carolina Beach Music Festival kicks off the summer season at Pleasure Island with three of the hottest beach music bands in the country.
There's a new Chinese restaurant in Rochester. The name? I Don't Know.
Following flooding in Texas and Oklahoma, NC Attorney General Roy Cooper is warning consumers to inspect new or used cars for flood-damage.
Buckingham Palace has taken the unusual step of confirming that Queen Elizabeth II went to a hospital for her annual medical checkup after social media comments touched off speculation on her health.
Florida wildlife authorities say a teenager was knocked unconscious by a sturgeon jumping from the Suwannee River.