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Wilmington gun sales and conceal carry permits skyrocket

Wilmington guns are flying off the shelves and courses are filling up months in advance. There's not denying something's in the air. But why?

Final purchase agreement for NRHMC made public

NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) -- You can now view the agreement detailing Novant Health’s partnership with New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Novant Health has...

Permit for water treatment system issued for Chemours site

North Carolina’s Department of Environmental Quality has issued a permit for a water treatment system at the Chemours Fayetteville Works site to remove so-called forever chemicals from a contaminated stream.

US judge blocks Postal Service changes that slowed mail

A U.S. judge blocked controversial Postal Service changes that have slowed mail nationwide, calling them “a politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the Postal Service” before the November election.

Parents, school districts, others react to Gov. Cooper’s announcement on schools

Governor Roy Cooper announced Thursday that elementary schools will have the option to open for full-time in person learning.

Heide Trask soccer standout signs letter of intent

The coronavirus pandemic has been tough on high school athletes around the country. Today, however, there was reason to celebrate for one local athlete in the Cape Fear. 

Gov. Cooper to allow elementary schools to open full-time

Gov. Roy Cooper says public elementary schools will be allowed to return to the classroom full time.

NC dairy farmers suffering losses because of COVID-19 can apply for aid

Grade A dairy fluid milk producers in North Carolina who suffered losses because of COVID-19 disruptions in the milk supply chain can soon apply for assistance through the COVID-19 Dairy Aid Program 2020.

Election campaign sign season underway in North Carolina

Drivers traveling on North Carolina roads are likely seeing what has become an election year tradition – a lot of campaign signs.

NCDOT starts surveying drivers for seat belt use

The North Carolina Governor’s Highway Safety Program (NCGHSP) is working with researchers this month to determine the statewide official seat belt use rate.

Pender deputies arrest man on human trafficking and prostitution charges

A man has been arrested on human trafficking and prostitution charges.

‘Huge rainmaker’: Hurricane Sally threatens historic floods

Hurricane Sally is crawling toward the northern Gulf Coast at just 2 mph, a pace that's enabling the storm to gather huge amounts of water to eventually dump on land.

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New Hanover County health expert gives guidance on Halloween celebrations

On Tuesday the CDC released guidance on Halloween during COVID-19, discouraging families from trick-or-treating. Now a local health expert is weighing in.

Mother thankful for man who saved her 6-year-old son at Kure Beach

A day trip to Kure Beach nearly turned into a tragedy for one North Carolina family, but thanks to the quick actions of a good samaritan that wasn't the case. 

National Hispanic Heritage month and the Coronavirus

Every September 15-October 15, Americans celebrate Hispanic Heritage month, a time set aside to commemorate the histories, cultures, and contributions of the Latinx people. But this year, the Latinx community has had to adapt.

Judge hears lawsuit attempting to delay NHRMC sale

A judge is hearing the Save Our Hospital's request for a restraining order to delay the sale/partnership of NHRMC.