Our #ThisIsThePlace Roadtrip has allowed us to show what our newscast "Good Evening Wilmington" is all about. The 5:30 p.m. newscast each weeknight is all about good news, and there's lots of it around our area.
A community is coming together to help a single mom who lost her son in a fatal hit and run on Highway 17 in Pender County Wednesday morning.
Wilmington Police, along with other agencies in New Hanover County, continue to look into the death of a baby boy.
Forecasters continue to monitor a developing area of low pressure east of the Bahamas.
The State Bureau of Investigation has charged a woman with attempted first-degree murder after authorities say she drove her car into Jordan Lake with her 6-year-old son inside.
An election reform group opposed to North Carolina's 2013 voting law says problems implementing its photo identification mandate the first time in the March primary portend major problems for November's election.
North Carolina legislators are lining up concessions necessary for the redrawn boundary between North Carolina and South Carolina to take effect in 2017 after more than 20 years of work.
Memorial day is just a few days away and some folks are coming to town to remind us all of the true meaning of the holiday.
Navy officials say they are not sure if two fighter jets collided before they crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off the North Carolina coast.
Crews with the Wilmington Fire Department responded to a report of a house fire Thursday afternoon.
President Obama will travel to Hiroshima Friday, becoming the first American president to visit the city where the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb during World War II.
A public celebration is scheduled for the South Brunswick High School student who was killed in a car crash.