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Florence survivors receive gift cards

Hundreds of families across the Cape Fear are still recovering from Hurricane Florence.

Brunswick County continues redistricting plans

The Board of Education is still working on re-districting.

Cape Fear Fair and Expo wraps up another successful year

It is the last day of the Cape Fear Fair and Expo.

Healthy food distributed to food desert areas

Even though we're on the coast, and we talk a lot about rain here. We have deserts in our area, food deserts.

Cape Fear Community College showcases their skills in construction for the public

Students explained that in addition to being sound and honest, it's also a very secure field.

Upsides, downsides for Smollett, city in looming fines fight

A brewing battle over Chicago's demand that Jussie Smollett recoup the city more than $130,000 for an investigation into his report of a racist, anti-gay attack and the "Empire" actor's apparent determination not to pay it could ultimately land in a civil court, where a jury could have to answer the question that was supposed to be answered in criminal court: Was the attack staged or not?

Teachers in small district won’t get 10 years of back pay

ABBEVILLE, S.C. (AP) - A small school district in South Carolina won't give 94 teachers back pay after their salaries were frozen for a decade because of the Great Recession.

Staffing issues in northeastern airports impact ILM travel times

Absent air traffic controllers at major airports in the northeast had an impact on travelers at Wilmington International Airport.

United Way teams up with Nourish NC to feed federal workers

Friday morning, several organizations joined forces at Wilmington International Airport to take help some government workers.

Tourism, infrastructure critical to boosting Columbus County’s economy

Columbus County leaders are hopeful expansions of a horse arena and the creation of a cat sanctuary will attract visitors and generate additional tourism revenue.

Prince’s estate sues sound engineer over unpublished music

Prince's estate is suing a sound engineer who worked with the musician on five tracks in 2006 over his plan to release the unpublished material.

Don Rickles, king of insult comedy, dies at 90

Comedian Don Rickles has died at age 90. Paul Shefrin, his longtime publicist and friend, said Rickles died Thursday of kidney failure at his Los Angeles home.

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Young UNCW Women’s Basketball team facing challenges head on

It's been a summer and fall full of challenges for the UNCW Women's Basketball team. Two weeks ago practice was shut down due to a covid-19 cluster, cutting off-season workouts short.

US: Russian hackers targeting state, local networks

Russian hackers have targeted the networks of dozens of state and local governments in the United States in recent days, and have stolen data from at least two servers.

Local experts weigh in ahead of second and final presidential debate

The stage is set for the second and final presidential debate Thursday night.

State urges New Hanover County to further enforce Covid restrictions

Governor Cooper sent a letter to County Commissioners Wednesday, classifying New Hanover County as "an area of concern," and asking leaders to consider additional local action.