The Oak Island Sea Turtle Protection Program is trying to figure out who ruined two sea turtle nests.
An investigative audit of Cape Fear Community College by the Office of the State Auditor is critical of former CFCC President Ted Spring's spending, who auditors say spent more that $35,000 in discretionary funds for personal expenses.
Brunswick County Sheriff's detectives arrested a Leland Fire and Rescue employee, charging him with several sexual offenses involving a minor.
A Wilmington man is behind bars today and about 3,200 bags of heroin are off the street.
The ferry terminals in Southport and Fort Fisher are now certified as North Carolina Clean Marinas.
Dr. Seuss' new book, "What Pet Should I Get?", features the same siblings seen in his 1960 classic "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish."
A youth baseball team out of Wilmington captured first place in a national tournament over the weekend in Myrtle Beach.
The National Football League now has its first female coach and she's no stranger to the gridiron.
East Carolina sophomore offensive lineman Larry Williams has been dismissed from the Pirate football program. Williams is a Laney High School graduate.
A local sea turtle expert said we're having a record number of nests this year.
A state prosecutor who specializes in white collar crime tells WWAY they're looking into the recent audit of former CFCC President Ted Spring.