If there's anything certain about working in TV news, it's that change is inevitable. And so this week WWAY says goodbye to a couple of great talents who have been a big part of our team.
The man who has been with WWAY from the beginning is successfully riding off into the sunset. As he officially retires, it only makes sense that he be our Extraordinary Person of the Week.
Wednesday, Katrina Knight, Good Shepard's executive director, said their 50th veteran graduated from the program.
They hosted a public forum at Union Missionary Baptist Church Wednesday night to talk about how you should act around law enforcement officers, and how you can file a complaint.
From 1920 through 1978, the Babies Hospital in New Hanover County was a place for children to regain their health near the ocean.
KNXV-TV in Phoenix, Arizona reports 26-year-old Jason Earl Armstrong, who was wanted for the murder of his wife Iris at Fort Bragg July 1, has been found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after a standoff with the FBI and local authorities.
Law officers say a motorist is dead after fleeing from officers investigating a reported road rage incident in Asheville.
Donald Trump said he was being “sarcastic” when he said he hopes Russia will find Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails from her years as U.S. secretary of state.
The N.C. Department of Transportation will close Parmele Road for two weeks starting Monday for a pipe replacement project.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Warren Sapp is OK after being bitten on the arm by a shark while catching lobster off the Florida Keys.
Marine researchers say shark sightings are up slightly along the East Coast this summer.
o one has matched the jackpot-winning numbers in Wednesday night's Powerball drawing, and the prize has increased to an estimated $478 million.