make WWAY your homepage  Become a fan on facebook  Follow us on twitter  Receive RSS Newsfeeds  MEMBERS: Register | Login

News

Civil rights group files complaint of discriminaton at Durham county schools

READ MORE:
A national civil rights group has filed a federal complaint against Durham County schools, alleging a pattern of discrimination against Latino students. Full story...
»

FIRST ON 3: Fifth member quits Pender Health Board; Brown responds to criticism

READ MORE:
video It seems the board can't get its act together. One leader says he's taking the blame for the board's issues. Full story...
»

Students donate $1,200 to tsunami relief effort

READ MORE:
A Wilmington elementary school donated some big bucks to help the victims of the tsunami in Japan. Full story...
»

Rotary honors Thalian, Rivenbark

READ MORE:
If you've ever been downtown on 3rd Street, chances are you've seen the historic Thalian Hall. The Downtown Rotary Club honored the historic theater and its executive director Tony Rivenbark today as part of Community Recognition Day. Full story...
»

Testimony wraps in Thomas sentencing

READ MORE:
video The jury had a short day Tuesday. They heard testimony in the morning and were released just before lunch time, but the attorneys stayed busy the rest of the day discussing and preparing for what's next. Full story...
»

NC panel gives first OK to health insurance market

READ MORE:
North Carolina lawmakers are moving ahead with legislation to create a marketplace of private health plans for people who now have the hardest time finding coverage. Full story...
»

Another NC state employee health plan change OK'd

READ MORE:
The General Assembly has finalized a substitute plan to close a funding gap for the health insurance plan for North Carolina employees, retirees and their dependents that still could face a veto from Gov. Bev Perdue. Full story...
»

Jury mulling Bragg soldier's fate hears 911 call

READ MORE:
The Michigan soldier accused of murdering his brother-in-law inside a home on Fort Bragg told a 911 operator he awoke covered in blood in his car. Full story...
»

NC Senate looking to spend more on UNC system

READ MORE:
The development of a North Carolina state budget is taking a slightly different path now that senators have started meeting in committees after the House approved its plan last week. Full story...
»

NC education governance is shifted in House bill

READ MORE:
The debate over who should lead North Carolina's public education system has returned to the General Assembly in a bill that would shift authority to the statewide elected superintendent. Full story...
»