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Wilmington Health appointments for COVID-19 vaccines fills up in 30 minutes

Wilmington Health opened more COVID-19 vaccine appointments Wednesday afternoon, but they were all called for in a matter of 30 minutes.

Report: Overall crime is down in Wilmington, however violent crimes are up

Violent crimes are up in Wilmington, but the overall crime rate is the lowest it has been in nearly three decades. 

Columbus County creates plan to crack down on illegal dumping

The Columbus County Sheriff's Office is cracking down on illegal dumping after numerous community complaints. 

NHRMC: COVID-19 vaccine appointments full for this week

New Hanover Regional Medical Center has opened appointments this week for a limited number of COVID-19 vaccines. 

Mega Millions ticket worth $10,000 sold in Southport

While no one won the Mega Millions jackpot in Tuesday night's drawing, one person who bought a ticket in Southport is $10,000 richer.

Magic of Storytelling: Nominate a school to receive 500 free books

You can help WWAY and Disney inspire the next generation of storytellers! Nominate a local school to receive 500 books donated by Disney Publishing Worldwide.

‘Teacher of the Week’ known for having patience and calm presence with students

Deane Viola is known as a person with a lot of patience and a calm presence with her students.

Caretaker accused of assaulting elderly Brunswick County man

A Belville woman is accused of assaulting an elderly man.

Wilmington teen found safe after being missing since November

A Wilmington teen that has been missing since November has been found safe.

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New Hanover County GOP chair talks future of Republican Party after Trump

Now that President Donald Trump has left office, what's in store for the future of the republican party?

UNCW political science professor reacts to Trump absence from inauguration

Glaringly absent from Wednesday's inauguration ceremony was former President Donald Trump.

Two protesters show support for Trump in Wilmington on inauguration day

A couple of people unhappy with the inauguration of Joe Biden took to the streets in Wilmington today.

New Hanover High eager to kick-off the 2021 soccer season

The high school soccer season is in full swing for teams in the Cape Fear. Public Schools are five days away from opening up their 2021 season on January 25th.