Pender County Schools announced Heide Trask High School will start the school year under Plan C.

The U.S. Postal Service has sent letters to 46 states, warning it cannot guarantee all ballots cast by mail for the November election will arrive in time to be counted.

Hester Ford has seen a lot in her life, and she'll see one more birthday on Saturday.

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Leland Police called to scene of death investigation

Leland Police were called to the scene of a death investigation Friday night.

Pender Co. School Board votes to delay re-opening on Plan B for one day

At an emergency meeting Friday night, the Pender County School Board voted to delay re-opening to plan B learning for one day. 

PCS: Heide Trask High School to start year under Plan C

Pender County Schools announced Heide Trask High School will start the school year under Plan C.
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NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher feeling the financial impacts of Covid-19

Aquariums across the State of North Carolina haven't seen business in nearly five months, after they were shut down due to Covid-19. The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher has had their doors closed since March 17th.
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UNC-Chapel Hill sees two COVID outbreaks in reopened dorms

The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill announced it has identified two clusters of the coronavirus on campus in its first week of fall classes.

North Carolina mail-in ballot deadline is too late, USPS warns

The U.S. Postal Service has sent letters to 46 states, warning it cannot guarantee all ballots cast by mail for the November election will arrive in time to be counted.

Community celebrates, honors WWII veteran on his 93rd birthday

Veterans, first responders, and community members in Leland came together to surprise a World War II veteran on his 93rd birthday.
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UNCW lab first in NC to spawn threatened coral species in captivity

The University of North Carolina Wilmington Coral REEF Lab recently became the first in the state to induce coral spawning in captivity.

Burgaw Middle School preps for in-person learning that starts Monday

Starting Monday, the halls of Burgaw Middle School will be filled with students yet again. Only this time they'll be 6 feet apart and wearing masks.

Number of COVID-19 outbreaks decrease in New Hanover County

New Hanover County Public Health officials were notified of one death of a county resident from COVID-19 this week, and are monitoring eight outbreaks of COVID-19 in congregate living settings.

County: Water samples tested below PFAS state heath level after Chemours spill

On Friday, Brunswick County shared information about the test results for two additional water samples staff collected in July following notification about a suspected sediment spill due to construction at the Chemours Fayetteville Works Plant.
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Fire departments help NC students with online learning

It's unconventional. Conducting class online. But, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, that is what many students across the country will most likely be doing for the fall semester.

NC death row inmate to serve life in prison, court rules

North Carolina's Supreme Court will let a death row inmate serve out a lifetime prison sentence he was previously granted.

Boil water advisory issued for Cypress Pointe Apartments

CFPUA has issued a precautionary boil water advisory for the Cypress Pointe Apartment community on New Centre Drive, effective immediately Friday.

Suits: Teens sexually assaulted, beaten at SC juvenile center

Two South Carolina lawsuits allege that four teenage girls were sexually assaulted and another beaten at a state juvenile facility last December.
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Innocent man mistaken for suspect in serious crimes jailed for days

A man was arrested at work, in front of his co-workers, only for the charges to be dropped after police said he was misidentified as the suspect. Now, his mother says his life is changed forever.

Wayfair pulls towel depicting deity after Hindus object

Online home goods retailer Wayfair has pulled a beach towel depicting the Hindu deity Lord Ganesha.

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Moving football to February, NCHSAA makes changes to athletic calendar

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