A man identified as the suspect who killed three people -- including a police officer -- at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs Friday was being held on no bond as he awaited his first court appearance scheduled for Monday.
The New Hanover Wildcats are headed to the state semifinals for the first time in six years.
The 32nd annual North Carolina Holiday Flotilla hits the water Saturday night in Wrightsville Beach.
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.
Southport Police Department are looking for the driver they believe hit a man on a mobile scooter yesterday.
New Hanover County firefighters will be on the streets collecting donations for MDA until Sunday.
The lights are lit! The City of Wilmington Friday night flipped the switch at the annual tree lighting ceremony downtown.
Police in Australia were called to a home to investigate domestic violence, but when they arrived, it became an embarrassing moment for the man inside.
ops were responding to reports of an active shooter in Colorado Springs and officials told those at a nearby shopping center to shelter in place, the city's police and fire departments tweeted Friday.
For nearly 50 years, Zella Jackson Price thought her daughter she gave birth to at Homer G. Phillips Hospital was dead.