Transit Authority considering beach stop

Why doesn't the bus go to the beach? WAVE Transit says it's the number one question it gets each year.

Arrest made in Market Street chase

We now know who was behind the high-speed chase that ended in Wilmington Friday night.

Airlie Garden Train Show

The Cape Fear Model Railroad Club sponsored a free model train show Saturday at Airlie Gardens.

Hundreds gather for pro-am Surf Fest

videoThe second-largest surfing competition on the east coast is going on in Wrightsville Beach. The third annual pro-am Surf Fest started Friday morning. Hundreds are turning out for the pro-am competition.

Assault suspect evades police

videoWilmington police are looking for a man who led them on a chase last night. Despite the use of a K-9 unit and helicopter, police were unable to catch Chris Woodard.

Superstitions running wild on Friday the 13th

videoIt's Friday the 13th. Are you feeling superstitious? For many people here in Wilmington superstitions are running wild.

Some garden hoses contain harmful lead

videoWhen you consider your garden hose cancer and birth defects probably don't come to mind. Garden hoses contain harmful chemicals including lead. If you read the fine print, you'll see the warning: "do not drink water from this hose."

Three spills leak 12,000 gallons of sewage into Bradley Creek

videoThree sewage spills in the past week have Bradley Creek area residents speaking out. Crews caused the spills last week while working to repair the lining of the sewage pipe that runs through the Wrightsville Green community. That project is now on hold while county engineers, consultants, and contractors come up with a plan to prevent another spill from happening while repair projects are going on.

Manual ditching crew maintains stormwater flow

videoIt's a dirty job but someone has to do it. Wilmington's manual ditching crew gets their hands -- and often entire body -- dirty to make sure the storm drainage system doesn't back up and cause you problems.

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