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Anthony Michael Hall: From ’80’s geek to ABC’s ‘The Goldbergs,’

He's won the hearts of millions in classics such as 'Sixteen Candles' and 'The Breakfast Club,' now Anthony Michael Hall is making a stop in Wilmington to star in the next film of a spooky series, 'Halloween Kills.'

Baby boy born during Hurricane Dorian

A big congratulations are in order for a couple in Pender County. They welcomed a baby boy in the early morning hours while Hurricane Dorian was coming through the area.

Curfew lifted in Oak Island

As of early this morning the Town of Oak Island says they have lifted their curfew and the bridges are open.

Brunswick Community College seeing storm damage

Brunswick Community College is seeing storm damage.

Trees blown down over roadway in Brunswick County

The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office is advising people to stay off the roads if possible. 

US 17 near Shallotte impassable due to flooding

SHALLOTTE, NC (WWAY) -- According to the North Carolina Department of Transportation US 17 at mile marker 17 near Shallotte is impassable due to...

Attorney General Stein files lawsuits against eight e-cigarette companies

State Attorney General Josh Stein has announced he will be filing lawsuits against eight additional e-cigarette companies.

Construction begins on dream tree house for terminally ill boy

Volunteers gathered in Durham to begin construction on a dream tree house for a terminally ill boy.

Man drowns at a home in Carolina Beach

Carolina Beach Police say they are on scene of a possible drowning in New Hanover County.

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