Surely the road you drive each day, where you sit and wait for seemingly endless traffic, must be the most congested in the Wilmington area.
Wilmington Police are looking for two men involved in a shooting that injured a 7-year-old girl.
20 suspected drug dealers are behind bars in Bladen County, after Sheriff Deputies conducted a drug sweep called Operation Fall Harvest.
Wilmington Police charged two people with two separate murders this week.
Officials say a North Carolina high school staff member was hit by a fire extinguisher while trying to break up a fight that left as many as 12 other staff members also injured.
The estate of a Mississippi blues musician has filed a lawsuit against Eric Clapton, accusing the Hall of Fame guitarist of giving a songwriting credit to the wrong artist.
Seattle Seahawks star Richard Sherman is a huge Harry Potter fan.
Republican candidate for vice president Mike Pence is a late addition to the speakers' list for a big biennial rally featuring North Carolina's top elected GOP leaders.
The Obama administration is issuing new rules meant to help students get their federal loans erased in cases where there's been fraud and misconduct by their schools.
The Wilmington Basketball Club in partnership with the Cape Fear Warriors, the Port City Select, Halo Excel and the Wilmington Waves will be collecting donations on Saturday October 29 to benefit the victims of Hurricane Matthew.
Wilmington Christian Academy, Hoggard, Whiteville and South Columbus remain alive in the volleyball state playoffs. They all won on Thursday night.
The Cape Fear Community College men's basketball team edged Shaw University on Thursday with a Hoggard graduate leading the way for CFCC.
The 70th Annual North Carolina Azalea Festival is not until April, but organizers are already unveiling its official artwork for the next year's festival.
Students, teachers and staff at Williston Middle School took on the city wide peace challenge!