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Wilmington artist with autism shows off work at gallery

For the past few years we've been giving updates on a Wilmington artist with autism. Now, he's getting his own exhibit.

Girl with autism mistakes bride for Cinderella

A 5-year-old girl with autism saw a bride taking wedding photos in New York's Akron Falls Park last week and mistook her for Cinderella.

Surveillance video shows teacher, nurse dragging boy with autism

A Kentucky mom is expressing outrage after viewing surveillance video of a teacher dragging her son through the hallway at school, an incident she says left him bruised and traumatized.

Officials confirm body found in creek is missing boy with autism

Police in North Carolina have confirmed a body found last week is of 6-year-old Maddox Ritch.

WATCH: Teen with autism makes incredible touchdown catch

Fulton Winn plays football on his high school team in Saluda, South Carolina. He made a very special catch and it was caught on camera.

Surfers Healing helps kids with Autism surf

Plenty of kids were out in the water in Wrightsville Beach for the Surfer's Healing camp to catch some waves.

Autistic visitors can proceed with lawsuits against Disney

A federal appeals court is giving a green light for visitors with autism to proceed with lawsuits against Disney theme parks that claimed not enough was being done to accommodate them.

Surfers Healing hosting camp, CD release party

Surfers Healing is the original surf camp for children with autism.  Pro surfers and amateurs have been taking kids to learn the joy of surfing since 1966.  Their motto is to ride waves and change the world!

Body cam video shows officer pinning, handcuffing student with autism

The parents of a 10-year-old boy with autism in Denton, Texas, say they are planning to take legal action after they received a video that showed their son being repeatedly held to the ground by his neck and handcuffed by a school resource officer.

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Cape Fear churches continue to adapt worship services during the pandemic

More than one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, and local churches continue to adapt as the pandemic alters their Sunday services.

Deadly shooting near Duke University

People who live in the area say it’s a mostly quiet community made up of families and Duke students.