The victims of Michael Kelly are now suing the former teacher convicted in a sex crime scandal as well as the New Hanover County School system.

The fight continues over the North Carolina state budget. It's been 15 days since democratic Governor Roy Cooper made a counter-offer to the two-year plan written by republicans,

The Senate has given final legislative approval to a bill ensuring that a victims' compensation fund related to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks never runs out of money.

Marvel's push for more women and people of color in its immensely popular film franchise is extending to behind the camera as it launches its next round of films after the

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Victims of Michael Kelly file civil lawsuit against former teacher, county school leaders

The victims of Michael Kelly are now suing the former teacher convicted in a sex crime scandal as well as the New Hanover County School system.

Gov. Cooper tours Fair Bluff Fire Station, talks hurricane recovery

Nearly three years after Hurricane Matthew devastated Fair Bluff, and nearly a year after Florence made things even worse, Governor Roy Cooper came to speak with leaders about recovery.

Gov. Roy Cooper talks budget battle, medicaid

The fight continues over the North Carolina state budget. It's been 15 days since democratic Governor Roy Cooper made a counter-offer to the two-year plan written by republicans, and still no action has been taken.
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New Hanover County explores idea of selling NHRMC

After owning New Hanover Regional Medical Center for 52 years, New Hanover County is exploring the idea of selling the hospital.
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Construction begins on Reaves Chapel Restoration Project

A historical church in Brunswick County is getting a big facelift through a massive restoration project. Construction has begun on the Reaves Chapel Restoration Project in Navassa.

Keep it knee deep or less, if you’re not an experienced swimmer

High rip current risk at all Brunswick County beaches, Tuesday, and Oak Island is keeping an active radar for accidents after two water rescues this past week. 

Senate approves bill to extend 9/11 victims fund

The Senate has given final legislative approval to a bill ensuring that a victims' compensation fund related to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks never runs out of money.

Repairs to Conlon Pier in downtown Wilmington now underway

Work to repair a pier on the Riverwalk in downtown Wilmington is now underway. 

Three charged in New Hanover County vehicle theft ring

Three people face charges in a string of vehicle thefts dating back to the beginning of the year.

Raleigh doll camp takes children back to yesteryear

A unique summer camp in Raleigh allows children to play with dolls in a historic home that looks like a dollhouse.

Tire distributor adding jobs, investing $2.7m in Columbus County

Black’s Tire Service is expanding its operations in Columbus County, a move that will create 26 jobs, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.
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Marvel’s next films will bring diversity, onscreen and off

Marvel's push for more women and people of color in its immensely popular film franchise is extending to behind the camera as it launches its next round of films after the massive success of "Avengers: Endgame." Of the five films the superhero studio announced at Comic-Con on Saturday, only one is set to be directed by a white man.

USDA rule would cut food stamp benefits for 3.1 million

About 3.1 million people would lose food stamp benefits under the Trump administration's proposal to tighten automatic eligibility requirements for the food stamp program.

‘Halloween’ sequels to reunite Jamie Lee Curtis with Wilmington

Michael Myers will take another stab at Jamie Lee Curtis in the new “Halloween” sequel, and he’s going to do it in Wilmington.

New US facility to hold immigrant children already closing

The U.S. government's new holding facility for migrant youth will close as early as this week, less than one month after it was opened in response to the squalid conditions in which children were being detained by the Border Patrol, according to the nonprofit operating the facility.

Settlement expands transgender restroom rights in NC

A federal judge approved a legal settlement Tuesday affirming transgender people's right to use restrooms matching their gender identity in many North Carolina public buildings.
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Wilmington Police investigating Market Street bank robbery

Wilmington Police are on the scene of a bank robbery in downtown Wilmington. 

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UNCW Volleyball hosts annual advanced skills camp

UNCW Volleyball is holding their annual advanced skills camp this week on campus.
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Errors doom Sharks against Morehead City

Four errors came back to bite the Wilmington Sharks on Monday night as they fell to the Morehead City Marlins, 8-6.
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Wilmington Post 10 headed back to state tournament

Wilmington Post 10 American Legion baseball is headed back to the North Carolina State tournament for the 11th time in 12 years. 
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Artificial turf project coming along at Brunswick County high schools

Brunswick County officials voted back in February to approve a $2.29 million dollar project to install Astro Turf surfaces at their three county high schools. The turf is currently being laid at North Brunswick High School, while South Brunswick and West Brunswick have started the preparation process. 

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