This year WWAY NewsChannel 3 and the StarNews are joining forces to recap the top stories of 2015. To do that, though, we need your help. Look at the list of stories below and choose your top 10.
Wilmington Police say a massive methanol spill is closing some Wilmington roads into Monday morning.
Highway Patrol says a woman was arrested Sunday evening at the Lowes Food on South College Road after a car chase.
Wilmington Police are investigating an early evening shooting that left one Wilmington man dead.
The world’s biggest conference on climate change started today in Paris, with the pressure on leaders from over 150 countries to stem the most destructive effects of global warming.
A New Yorker who rowed across the Atlantic Ocean for AIDS awareness has made it home to Brooklyn, ending a 21-month journey.
Carly Fiorina is bringing her presidential campaign back to South Carolina with several stops throughout the state.
Marine officials say the first woman to lead an engineer support battalion will take over during a change-of-command ceremony at Camp Lejeune.
Rescue crews are using boats, a helicopter and a cadaver dog to search for a Lumberton man who apparently fell from his small fishing boat in Columbus County.
New Hanover County firefighter finish their annual Fill the Boot campaign.
The UNCW volleyball team will face North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament on Friday. It'll be the first NCAA game in the history of Seahawk volleyball.
The Surf City Police Department will be giving out blue lights for residents this week to honor law enforcement for the holidays.