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Port City Heroes honor law enforcement

Port City Heroes presented their second annual law enforcement appreciation event last night.

Hero of Benghazi attack coming to Wilmington

A hero in the Benghazi attacks is coming to Wilmington to speak at an event that honors law enforcement officers in our area.

Gov’t attorneys say recovered Clinton emails could include Benghazi-related messages

The State Department said today that as many as 30 previously undisclosed emails that may refer to the 2012 Benghazi attack are included in the thousands of deleted documents recovered by the FBI during an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server when she served as secretary of state.

Benghazi Committee releases final report

Later this morning House Republicans on the Benghazi Select Committee will release their long-awaited report on the events surrounding the 2012 Benghazi terror attacks...

US will not seek death penalty against Benghazi suspect

The Justice Department will not seek the death penalty against Abu Ahmed Khattalah, an alleged leader of the Benghazi attacks, federal prosecutors announced today.

House Benghazi probe: Report by summer, factor for Clinton

Nearly two years after it was created, the House Benghazi Committee is still plowing ahead.

Things we learned from 50,000-plus pages of Clinton emails

Hillary Clinton's work-related emails from her private account are now public, more than 52,000 pages detailing her tenure as secretary of state but failing to resolve questions about how she and her closest aides handled classified information.

Clinton asked, Why no firings over Benghazi?

The latest from the House Benghazi committee's hearing featuring testimony from former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton

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‘It breaks my heart.’: Mother grieving after son’s grave desecrated

Thefts involving valuable metals are on the rise. Now, some thieves are taking things a step further, stealing bronze flower vases from gravesites and selling them for scrap metal. It's something one grieving mother is trying to keep from happening to anyone else.

‘Peer Fishin’ Festival’ returns to Ocean Crest Pier, raising the spirits of disabled veterans

After being cancelled for the past two years due to a hurricane and the pandemic, the Operation North State annual 'Peer Fishin' Festival' is back at the Ocean Crest Pier in Oak Island. 

New findings by North Carolina State University raise more concerns around PFAS’s in the Cape Fear

Four years ago, one of those chemicals (GenX) was found in our drinking water in the Cape Fear River. A recent study has given rise to more concern surrounding the 'forever chemicals'. 

Colorado school district investigating claims that teachers taped masks to students’ faces

School officials are investigating allegations that some students were made to tape their masks to their faces.