The Latest: Nestor brings rain, tornado warnings to Georgia

Nestor has begun moving through Georgia as a post-tropical cyclone that could bring isolated flash floods. The National Hurricane Center said Nestor's maximum sustained winds had decreased to about 40 mph (65 kph) as it reached the Florida-Georgia border Saturday afternoon. Its tropical-storm-force winds extended outward to 240 miles (390 kilometers). The storm is expected to drop 1 to 3 inches of rain in spots as it moves through Georgia and into the Carolinas on Sunday before exiting into the Atlantic Ocean.

Leland Police respond to Wal-Mart after accidental shooting

According to the Leland Police Department, officers responded to the Wal-Mart on New Pointe Boulevard around 8:51 Saturday Morning in reference to an accidental shooting.

Mom upset after 6-year-old son gets flu vaccine without her consent

A Brunswick County parent is furious at her son's school. She says her son was given a flu shot without her permission.

Potential carcinogen released into the Cape Fear River basin

North Carolina environmental officials are investigating a report by Greensboro that a carcinogenic chemical was released during wastewater treatment by a company.

Coyote sightings peak in October and November

Hearing or seeing more coyotes these days? You’re not alone, say biologists with the NC Wildlife Resources Commission.

Culvert replacement to cause closures on NC 133 starting Wednesday

A culvert damaged by Hurricane Florence will be replaced this month in Brunswick County.

Some Brunswick voters to use new voting system on Nov. 5 election

Some Brunswick County voters heading to the polls on November 5th will be testing a new voting system, but not all county commissioners were on board with that decision. 

VAPING: Brunswick Schools takes ‘a proactive approach to a nationwide problem’

South Brunswick High School hosted a much needed conversation on the rising epidemic of teen vaping, according to an area pediatrician, for the second year in a row. 

Whoops! NCDOT replaces misspelled sign on I-140 bridge

Oops! The North Carolina Department of Transportation has replaced a sign on the I-140 bridge after the original one displayed a misspelled word.

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