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Saturday, April 17, 2021

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Students attending online classes without internet access

This year, a lot of kids are attending school online. But what happens when you don't even have internet access?

Wilmington commemorates 1963 March on Washington

This week, people across the nation commemorated the day hundreds of thousands of peaceful protesters swarmed Washington and demanded change.

Flu and COVID-19: What local health experts encourage you do now

New Hanover County public health officials are getting ready for something they haven't encountered since 1918 -- a flu season during a pandemic.

Cape Fear Red Cross volunteers deployed to the Gulf ahead of Hurricane Laura

The Gulf Coast is already feeling the early bands of Hurricane Laura, and the National Weather Service is calling it an "extremely dangerous" category 4 storm.

The Cape Fear Museum is bringing history to your fingertips

It was the only successful government overthrow in the United States, and many are fighting to tell its story.

Records on the rise

Americans are dropping the needle at the highest rate in decades. For the first time since 1986, vinyl records have outsold CDs, and are only second the streaming music.

Residents concerned about Wrightsville Avenue’s safety

The section of Wrightsville Avenue between Southerland Avenue and Allens Lane has concerned residents for years.

Residents wonder when debris will be picked up

It's been 17 days since Hurricane Isaias made landfall, but Wilmington is still cleaning up.

UNCW asks apartment complexes to report students who gather in large groups

Seahawks returned to campus for the first day of classes on Wednesday. Other universities like ECU and UNC Asheville have already suffered COVID 19 outbreaks, and UNC Chapel Hill moved to a totally virtual semester when 130 students tested positive for Coronavirus after one week of classes.

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