Students and staff are led out of Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, after a shooting that killed 17 people on Feb. 14, 2018. (Photo: ZUMA Presss)video

What are your representatives doing to stop school shootings?

A day after the 25th fatal school shooting in the United States since Columbine, we wanted to know what the people who represent us in Washington and Raleigh are doing to try and make sure it doesn't happen again.

Robeson County has the worst crash rating in state, NCDOT wants to change that

 For the past five years, Robeson County has had the worst crash rating in all of North Carolina.

Bladenboro man convicted of shooting into apartment while two inside

A Bladenboro man will spend at least the next four years in prison for shooting into an apartment while two people were inside.

Chemours ordered to reduce air emissions to curb GenX contamination

The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality has issued a notice of violation to Chemours Fayetteville Works ordering the company to immediately take new measures to control additional sources of GenX.
Rep. Deb Butler (D-District 18) files for reelection at the New Hanover County Board of Elections on Feb. 12, 2018. (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)video

Candidate filing begins for mid-term elections

Let the games begin! No, not the frozen ones in Korea. The political ones right here at home.
Delane Jackson when he was Bladenboro town manager in 2010. (Ramon Herrera/WWAY)

Former Bladenboro town manager indicted

State investigators say Bladenboro's former town manager was expected to turn himself into them this afternoon after a grand jury indicted him this morning.
David Wayne Gorevideo

Wilmington boat store owner indicted on murder charge

A Wilmington boat store owner has been indicted on a murder charge.

Proposed bill phases in smaller class sizes, removes Pre-K waiting list

School districts across the state will have a little longer to reduce classroom sizes for grades K-3, under a new bill announced this afternoon.

North Carolina lawmakers unveil new GenX bill

A Senate committee has approved legislation in studying unregulated chemicals found in North Carolina rivers including GenX.

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