Update on K9 Kayda’s battle with cancer

There is an update on Surf City Police Department's canine named Kayda. Chief Ron Shanahan says she is back home after cancer surgery.

CFCC to sign agreement allowing students an easier transfer to ECU

Under a new agreement to be signed next week,  Cape Fear Community College students will be guaranteed admission to East Carolina University based on certain criteria.

Jury backs writer Sparks in employment lawsuit

A federal jury has sided with novelist Nicholas Sparks and the private Christian school he founded in his North Carolina hometown, dismissing claims by the school's former headmaster that he was unjustly fired, then slandered by the author.

Wuzzardo: Thank you, southeastern NC; appreciate what you have

After 13 years, Kevin Wuzzardo bids farewell to WWAY and southeastern North Carolina.

Wilmington community discusses lasting impacts of Confederacy

Tuesday marked one year since the Silent Sam Confederate monument was toppled by protesters at UNC Chapel Hill. On Wednesday, a forum was held in Wilmington to discuss how the Confederacy is still impacting the lives of African-Americans.

Trial underway for man charged in 2017 Wilmington murder

The trial for a Wilmington man charged with first degree murder began Wednesday.

Wilmington City Council approves updated noise ordinance, questions linger

Wilmington City Council approved an updated noise ordinance, and a lot of people still have questions.

Wilmington man sentenced in 2017 deadly shooting

A Wilmington man will spend the next 25 years in prison for shooting and killing a man in 2017.

Bladenboro man sentenced to 7 years after confrontation with deputy

A Bladenboro man is sentenced to seven years behind bars after he raised a rifle to confront a deputy. Marcus Theodore Hill, 30, pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon on March 18.

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