Despite news tonight that a developer submitted plans to build over the golf course at Echo Farms, the group 'Save Echos Farms' says the fight is not over.
Investigators say a man who served as a youth pastor at a Wilmington church has been charged with indecent liberties with a child.
Gov. Pat McCrory has officially called for a special legislative session later this month to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in October.
Columbus County Animal Control is investigating after officers found a bull dog mix that appears to have been shot.
paws4people hosted their fifth annual event to celebrate the hard work of their clients, students and of course their dogs.
North Carolina lawmakers who drew General Assembly districts struck down by federal judges have asked that court to delay enforcing its own ruling that new boundaries be drawn by mid-March and a special election for dozens of seats occur next fall.
President-elect Donald Trump is coming to North Carolina next week to say "thank you" to supporters.
Did you see the first Full Court Press of the 2016-17 basketball season on Friday night? We featured high school basketball action involving South Brunswick-Cape Fear Academy, West Brunswick-North Brunswick and Pender-Topsail.
The third round of the high school football state playoffs wrapped up Friday night. We showcased the following matchups: Scotland County-Hoggard, South Columbus-East Bladen and Mount Airy-Whiteville.
Thousands of people headed to Pleasure Island to get in the holiday spirit on Friday night!
Nathan Scott is trading basketball for one night behind the bar.
More than 40 days are graduating from the Paws4People program which connects people with disabilities with a service dog.
The number one seed in division two raised more than twenty thousand dollars from friends, family and the Wilmington community during their fundraising efforts this past week.