FBI Director James Comey released a statement today saying that the FBI is going to continue the previously closed investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails from her time as secretary of state.
A baby humpback whale died after washing ashore in Bald Head Island.
Brunswick County will lift its State of Emergency at noon today as work on the bypass around the break in a water main that supplies raw water to area utilities nears completion, but water restrictions remain in place.
After a week of big traffic jams, the evening commute to Brunswick County should be better tonight.
The Supreme Court will take up the case of a Virginia school board that wants to prevent a transgender teenager from using the boys' bathroom at his high school.
President Obama and Vice-President Biden are coming to North Carolina next week to try to get Hillary Clinton across the finish line first on Election Day.
Several New Hanover County teachers spent Friday afternoon giving their students some Halloween goodies.
For the sixth year, Port City Java is bringing Marines from Camp Lejune to the Port City for a chance to have a home cooked meal this Thanksgiving.
A new housing plan is being put in place in Hampstead as the city continues to grow.
Oklahoma holds the lead after the first round of the play at the 15th Annual Landfall Tradition on the Pete Dye layout at the Country Club of Landfall.
Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email system rather than a government-run account while serving as secretary of state has been a major sticking point throughout the presidential campaign.
At the height of Hurricane Matthew’s impact on North Carolina, more than 600 roads were closed.
Today, a FEMA center opened in Bladen County, allowing residents who suffered losses and damage as a result of Hurricane Matthew easy access to information about state and federal assistance.