Markets are turning turbulent again after investors were unnerved by more signs of weakness in China, the world's second-largest economy.
COLUMBIA, SC (AP) - Pentagon officials are coming to South Carolina this week to see if a Naval Brig near Charleston would be suitable to house detainees from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
A Pender County grand jury has indicted the man charged in a deadly crash that happened in Hampstead earlier this summer.
An elderly man's once-rickety roof is now ship-shape -- all thanks to his neighbor's Facebook post, which successfully convinced strangers to selflessly lend a hand with the repairs.
A public hearing was held in Carolina Beach to discuss with community members about future plans to the boardwalk.
Surf City business leaders are taking their zip code concerns to congress.
A Democratic North Carolina state senator is considering a bid for US Senate in 2016 because he says Washington isn't working and considers incumbent Republican Richard Burr part of the problem.
This morning folks gathered in Downtown Wilmington to rally for voting rights across the state.
A southern New Jersey town hopes to end drunken driving by being its residents' designated driver.
Looks like the power of social media worked for one Camp Lejeune Marine.
Gov. Pat McCrory says legislators should have approved a final North Carolina budget months ago but acknowledges lawmakers must sort out a range of opinions.