One person dead in Conway house fire

Conway Fire is investigating a fire that killed one person on Tinkertown Avenue in Conway, according to officials on scene.

Gov. Cooper reflects on efforts to rebuild following Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence will be etched in the memories of many residents across the Cape Fear for many years to come.

Gov. Cooper reacts to District 9 voter fraud allegations

Governor Roy Cooper vetoed elections legislation last Friday that would require a complete redo in the disputed District 9 US House race if new balloting is determined necessary due to fraud.

Man found dead in Little River

Police in Horry County are looking for answers after a man was found dead in Little River.

SC school raises $33,000 for 7 officers shot in ambush

A private school in Darlington, SC, has raised $30,000 for the families of seven officers who authorities say were shot during an ambush earlier this year.

NC recruiters won’t disclose full offers to Amazon, Apple

North Carolina taxpayers may never learn how much in tax breaks, free land and other giveaways business recruiters were willing to throw at tech giants Apple and Amazon to attract thousands of jobs to the Raleigh area.

He’s made the list: North Carolina man is hall-of-fame Santa

He may be newly inducted into a hall of fame, but this Santa Claus is staying in town.
Gov. Roy Cooper visits Wilmington on March 14, 2017. (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)

Governor announces reward in soldier’s 2017 shooting death

The governor of North Carolina has announced a $5,000 reward for information in the death of a U.S. Army specialist shot and killed last year.

Cape Lookout’s beaches open to public during gov’t shutdown

The Cape Lookout National Seashore in North Carolina will remain as accessible as possible during the government shutdown.

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