A Chadbourn police officer says he was fired today over a post on Facebook. Tonight that fired officer is talking to WWAY about what happened.
The University of North Carolina at Wilmington and the American Red Cross are holding a blood drive on campus to save lives with some friendly competition.
The recent spike in gasoline prices in the Carolinas because of the Colonial Pipeline spill are among the highest weekly increases in the nation.
The Pender County Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting this week to discuss the $75 million school bond passed by voters in 2014.
New Hanover seems to have Ashley's number on the soccer field the past few years when they play each other at Ashley.
A judge has ordered a Fort Bragg soldier to keep a picture of the puppy that he drowned in his wallet while he's on probation, along with other punishments.
Farrell and Larrell Murchison are two of the top football players to ever play at East Bladen High School. The twins are both sophomores at Louisburg College.
Ricky Soles said he was fired from the Chadbourn Police Department over a post he made on Facebook. Tuesday we went out to talk with members of the community to see how they feel about the situation.
The NCHSAA recognized Laney director of athletics Fred Lynch for his longevity on Tuesday.
China's Dalian Wanda Group is in talks to buy Dick Clark Productions, the TV company that produces the Golden Globes and the "Miss America" pageant.
Tyson Foods Inc. says it's voluntarily recalling more than 132,000 pounds of chicken nuggets after receiving reports that "hard, white plastic" was found in some nuggets.
Lu Mil Vineyard and Winery is just about finished harvesting this year's grape crop and says the weather played a big part to yielding a "fair" season.
Charlotte police say they are evacuating headquarters and a bomb squad is investigating a suspicious package.
Mr. Ross says his favorite part about teaching is giving students access to places and things they might not otherwise experience.