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NHCS serves one million meals since beginning of COVID-19 pandemic

Members of the New Hanover County School system have been hard at work since March making sure the coronavirus didn't stop children from getting the nutrition they need. 

Columbus deputies need help finding man accused of raping child

The Columbus County Sheriff’s Office needs your help finding a man accused of raping a child in 2018. 

Hilton hotel, Tractor Supply, Wendy’s coming to Leland in 2021

Leland is one of the fastest-growing towns in the Cape Fear and the area will see even more growth over the next year.

Wilmington PD begins ABLE training as one of the first in the nation

Georgetown University Law Center's new policing program has selected the first 34 agencies to join the Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) Project, and the Wilmington Police Department is one of them.

Reported scams double in North Carolina during COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, online shopping is booming, but those online purchases are also hitting consumers hard when it comes to getting scammed.

Invasive jellyfish spotted in waters along Cape Fear coast

An invasive type of jellyfish is catching the attention of some along our coast. 

Church members putting faith into action providing relief for Gulf Coast hurricane victims

Several members of a New Hanover County church have returned home after spending several days in the Gulf Coast assisting residents impacted by Hurricane Laura.

Man wanted for Georiga murder arrested in Wilmington

A murder suspect wanted in Georgia is now behind bars in Wilmington.

Deputies: Pender County mom charged with falsely reporting child’s abduction

The Pender County Sheriff's Office says a woman has been charged for filing a report of a child abduction that didn't actually happen.

Man accused of breaking into Bladen County home

A man was arrested for allegedly breaking into a home near Dublin Monday afternoon. 

Military training scheduled for parts of VA and NC through mid-October

The 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit will conduct a training exercise on military installations in Virginia and North Carolina from Sept. 27 to Oct. 15.

Brunswick County Schools preparing to welcome back K-5 students

Students across the country are beginning to get back into the swing of learning and some children here in the Cape Fear will be back in the classroom full time next week. 

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UK economy slump not as bad as feared but still a record

The Office for National Statistics said Wednesday that the British economy contracted by 19.8% in the April to June quarter from the previous three-month period, slightly less than its previous estimate of 20.4%.

European evaluators visit Vatican mired in financial scandal

For the next two weeks, the Council of Europe’s Moneyval team will be checking the Vatican’s compliance with international norms to fight money laundering and terror financing.

Disney to lay off 28,000 at its parks in California, Florida

Officials said Tuesday that two-thirds of the planned layoffs involve part-time workers but they ranged from salaried employees to hourly workers.

Sheikh Nawaf sworn in as Kuwait’s new ruling emir

At age 83, Sheikh Nawaf is not expected to deviate from the diplomatic path charted by his predecessor, the late Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah. But his accession has touched off speculation about who will become the next crown prince.