Brunswick County man wants answers, money for damaged shipment

A Brunswick County man wants answers and his money. He says a package shipped to a customer was damaged in transit and the store it shipped from won't take responsibility.

New features at Hugh MacRae park

The oldest park in New Hanover County has some new features for you to enjoy.

Courtesy Boat Check

When the sun comes out and the temperature goes up, many people head out on the water for a good time. Now local law enforcement is helping to make sure your fun in the sun is safe.

Local Latinos react to immigration plan

Latinos say the President's plan gives illegal immigrants who want to become citizens false hope. They also say the agreement faces a rocky road on Capitol Hill because of ambiguous areas that still require clarification. The Mexican government spent years lobbying the US for comprehensive immigration reform to allow more people to work legally in the US.

Pender Memorial Hospital going smoke free

Effective November 15, all tobacco products will be banned from the hospital campus.

Are hybrid cars as environmentally friendly as we think?

When it comes to saving money on gas, they seem like a good option. But are hybrid cars really as environmentally friendly as we think? When it comes to going green, consumers are increasingly turning to alternative cars.

One Tree Hill returning to Wilmington

One Tree hill is returning to Wilmington next year. Members of the film commission say this week's announcement that the show will continue for another season means good things for Wilmington's economy.

Fifth district superior court judge sworn in

History was made Thursday night at Wilmington's historic courthouse. Phyllis Gorham was sworn in as a superior court judge for the fifth judicial district. That includes New Hanover and Pender Counties.

US 17 closed near Shallotte after deadly accident

One woman is dead after an early morning accident in Brunswick County. The crash shut down the northbound lanes of Highway 17 for more than four hours. The road is back open now, but that doesn't mean the problems are over. Highway Patrol says the driver of the car was trying to cross over 17 South from Main Street in Shallotte.

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