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‘Teacher of the Week’ makes kindergarten fun despite new COVID-19 rules

The pandemic disrupted schools nearly a year ago and its been a challenging time for students especially younger kids who have had to do remote learning or socially distance themselves while at school with classmates.

Waccamaw School teacher wins ‘Teacher of the Week’

Some of morals and basic life lessons we remember as adults were instilled by our our elementary school teachers. 

Skateboarding science teacher recognized as ‘Teacher of the Week’

The ability to flow confidently on a skateboard is no easy task. Like any other skill, it requires lots of patience and dedication.

‘Teacher of the Week’ virtually teaches third-graders from home

Some students across the Cape Fear have returned back to class for in-person instruction but a number are still learning remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic.

‘Teacher of the Week’ introduces culinary arts to high school students

Combining in-person teaching and virtual learning classes during the pandemic has many teachers feeling a bit stretched.

‘Teacher of the Week’ known for having patience and calm presence with students

Deane Viola is known as a person with a lot of patience and a calm presence with her students.

#UNSOLVED: 5 people missing from Wilmington for more than 20 years

Wilmington Police need help finding answers in five missing person cases. 

Find an injured sea turtle? Here is who to contact

To report dead, sick, or injured sea turtles on land or water anywhere in the state, call the NC Sea Turtle Hotline or look for the contact for each island in our viewing area.

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Government offers plan to release more endangered red wolves

Government wildlife officials say they have released two more critically endangered red wolves into the wild in North Carolina.

Former Marine gets prison time for smuggling guns to Haiti

A former U.S. Marine found guilty of conspiracy to illegally export and smuggle firearms and controlled equipment from the U.S. to Haiti has been sentenced to more than five years in prison.

Remaining frontline workers in Group 3 can get vaccine starting Wednesday

There's more good news coming for more North Carolinians eagerly awaiting their spot for the shot.

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: First responders save woman falling off Wrightsville Beach parking deck

A body camera video shows the moments first responders rescued a woman from falling more than 40 feet off a parking deck.