Troopers with The Highway Patrol have released the name of the woman charged in a high speed chase from Sunday.
Police have released new information on the homicide in Wilmington from last night.
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Wilmington Police say a massive methanol spill is closing some Wilmington roads into Monday morning.
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Some televised debates are planned for North Carolina races for governor and US Senate next year.
The NC Highway Patrol says 14 people were killed in traffic accidents across the state during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
A Brunswick County lottery winner gave more than half a million dollars to her local church Friday.
New Hanover County Schools are celebrating a new addition.
Weather permitting, the diverging diamond interchange at the intersection of highways 133 and 74/76 should open Monday morning at 6:00 a.m.
A Leland man says he will run for the NC House seat currently held by Rep. Susi Hamilton.
Alan Kurdi became a symbol for the dangers refugees heading to Europe face when his little body washed up on a Turkish beach. Now, part of the boy's remaining family is a step closer to a "new life," Alan's aunt, Tima Kurdi, told ABC News from her home in Canada.
Parts of Mt. Misery Road in the Leland area will be closing on Friday to replace a pipeline as part of the I-140 project.
The mother of a toddler mauled by dogs is asking for prayers and positive thoughts for her son, Ryder.