As Washington, D.C. erupted with celebrations during Donald Trump’s Inauguration, many college students here in the Cape Fear area held celebrations of their own.
Coverage of the inauguration of President Donald Trump continues on WWAY and WWAYTV3.com from ABC and CBS.
Wilmington police are on the scene of a shooting.
Wilmington police are investigating a hit-and-run that killed a 24-year-old woman.
A peaceful protest took place at the corner of Oleander Drive and College Road for a few hours this evening.
While some protested the inauguration of President Trump, those at the Brunswick County Republican Headquarters celebrated it.
Vice President Mike Pence has sworn in President Donald Trump's nominees to run the Pentagon and the Homeland Security Department.
Funny man Scott Thompson of Kids in the Hall fame sits down with Daniel Seamans to talk about life, humor, and why he wants you to be uncomfortable.
Teacher Edward McIver told deputies that he was upset after getting hit by the airplane because he recently had had eye surgery.
"We never thought we left home," a subdued Biden said as he began his speech, quickly becoming emotional. "When I die, Delaware will be written on my heart," he added, wiping away tears.
Prosecutors say the 32-year-old Garcia, of Saugus, stripped, handcuffed, beat and whipped the boy on Jan. 12 after he refused to eat dinner. Investigators say Garcia told the boy to lie when asked about the injuries.
Not everyone is excited about the new President. Protesters gathered Friday morning in Wilmington to share their message.