The 16-year-old whose arm was amputated after a shark attacked him has been released from a North Carolina hospital.
The 16-year-old boy seriously injured in the second of Sunday's shark attacks at Oak Island is talking about the day that changed his life forever.
Experts we've talked with agree: the shark attacks that happened yesterday are extremely rare. But how often does this happen? And how prepared were first responders when they got the news that a shark attack has happened?
Two children attacked off of Oak Island Sunday are recovering from their injuries at a Wilmington hospital. Meanwhile extra patrols looking for sharks near Oak Island are likely to end soon.
Two teenagers are recovering today after shark attacks at Oak Island Sunday. 911 calls describe the horror from eyewitnesses.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center announced Thursday its plan to double the size and renovate its 17th Street emergency department.
The University of North Carolina School of Medicine is exploring the possibility of establishing a branch campus in Wilmington in collaboration with New Hanover Regional Medical Center.
Job Fairs spark new life in the unemployment world.
Some New Hanover County residents sounded off on some big issues.
Among the items that were on the New Hanover County Commission's agenda, public hearings on a proposed $160 million bond for schools and a plan to build a medical helicopter landing pad near the Pender County line.
This winter has been a particularly tough flu season. Last week eight people in North Carolina died from complications associated with the flu, including one person in Pender County.
"The flu is just not the common cold," NHRMC epidemiologist Dr. Paul Kamitsuka said. "It kills."