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Harris ‘View’ interview delayed, hosts positive for COVID-19

Vice President Kamala Harris’ live interview on “The View” was abruptly delayed Friday after two hosts of the talk show learned they had tested positive for COVID-19 moments before Harris was to join them on the set.

NC court ruling on sex-offender GPS monitoring may be muted

It’s constitutional for North Carolina to require people convicted of the most serious sex offenses to be monitored perpetually by satellite-linked bracelets, the state Supreme Court ruled on Friday.

Officials: All migrants are gone from Texas border camp

No migrants remained Friday at the Texas border encampment where almost 15,000 people — most of them Haitians — had converged just days earlier seeking asylum, local and federal officials said.

Sheriff’s office: Man fatally shoots co-worker at warehouse

A man was fatally shot during a fight at a Virginia warehouse and authorities say they’re searching for the suspect, the victim’s coworker.

Residents in Pender and New Hanover counties eligible to take part in GenX exposure study

Residents in two southeastern North Carolina counties have the opportunity to take part in a GenX Exposure Study.  

At least 1 dead, 12 hurt in Tennesse grocery store shooting

Police say a shooting at a Tennessee grocery store east of Memphis has left one person dead and wounded 12 others, and the shooter was later found dead.

North Carolina family finds unknown woman in mother’s casket

A North Carolina funeral home said it has reached out to apologize after two sisters who went to view their mother’s body instead found another woman wearing her clothes inside the casket.

Migrant camp along Texas border shrinks as removals ramp up

A camp where almost 15,000 migrants had waited along the Texas border just days ago was dramatically smaller Thursday, while across the river in Mexico, Haitian migrants in a growing camp awoke surrounded by security forces as a helicopter thundered overhead.

Remains of North Carolina World War II soldier identified

An agency which accounts for missing U.S. soldiers said Thursday it has accounted for a North Carolina man who served in World War II and disappeared during a battle.

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108-year-old time capsule opened in Wilmington, revealing the history inside

A history lesson over a century in the making was held this afternoon at the former Pearsall Memorial Presbyterian Church on Market Street. 

Annual ARTfall being held through October 2nd at Hannah Block Historic USO Arts Center

The Hannah Block Historic USO Arts Center is currently hosting its 6th annual ARTfall. The event is open every day through October 2nd. 

Cape Fear Fair and Expo returning next month after being cancelled in 2020

The 2021 Cape Fear Fair and Expo returns on October 29th and runs through November 7th at the Wilmington International Airport. 

Flu cases expected to increase this flu season during the pandemic

Some health care experts are concerned about the flu and the common cold combining with high numbers of COVID-19 cases across the Cape Fear.