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As temperatures fall, expert shares tips to heat your home

It may not be cold just yet, but as the fall weather starts to set in it's also time to make sure your heating system is ready to go.

Indictment: Women incited fight at NC assisted living facility

Three North Carolina women have been indicted after authorities say they incited two female residents at an assisted living facility to fight each other and one of the three women filmed it.

Barrett tells doubtful Dems she’d keep open mind on court

Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett spent a long day and evening batting back Democrats' tough questioning at her Senate confirmation hearings.

Chick-fil-A is coming to Shallotte

The Town of Shallotte is about to eat more chicken.

HAPPENING TONIGHT: Cooper, Forest to compete at lone gubernatorial debate

Cooper has long criticized Forest for refusing to wear masks at political rallies. Forest has attacked Cooper for a slow reopening of schools and businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.

A Story of Resilience: Devontae Cacok’s journey from UNCW to an NBA title

Just a few years ago, former UNCW men's basketball player Devonate Cacok was suiting in the Seahawk colors. Now, the Georgia native is a world champion with the Los Angeles Lakers. 

Pender County elementary schools to remain under hybrid plan, high school plan adjusted

The Pender County Board of Education voted Tuesday night to keep elementary schools under a hybrid of in-person and virtual learning for the time being.

NC attorney general files suit against DuPont over PFAS pollution

Attorney General Josh Stein has filed a lawsuit against DuPont, Chemours, and related companies to "hold them accountable for the damage their manufacture, use, and disposal of PFAS chemicals have caused to North Carolina’s natural resources."

Police: Wilmington detectives solve 25-year-old rape case

Wilmington Police Department detectives say they have solved a 1995 rape case, finally providing closure for the now 50-year-old woman.

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Wrightsville Beach Spearfishing Tournament returns to Cape Fear June 25-27

Scores of the region's top free diving and SCUBA undersea hunters will compete in the 2021 Wrightsville Beach Spearfishing Tournament

Death toll in Florida collapse rises to 4; 159 still missing

Officials say there are still 159 people unaccounted for after the partial collapse of a beachside building in Florida.

What Did We Miss? Cicada causes driver to crash car

One driver has a new grudge against the cicadas PLUS a bear becomes perilously perched upon a utility pole.

Part of Independence Boulevard shut down due to retention pond flooding

The Wilmington Police Department has shutdown a section to of Independence Boulevard due to flooding caused by a retention pong.