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TWO YEARS AGO: Hurricane Florence drops feet of rain in Cape Fear

Monday marks the two-year anniversary when Hurricane Florence came ashore near Wrightsville Beach.

One dead after early morning house fire in Boiling Spring Lakes

One woman who was missing following a house fire in Boiling Spring Lakes early Tuesday morning was found dead, according to fire department officials.

Inmate dies while in Brunswick County jail

Brunswick County Sheriff's Office says an inmate died in custody over the weekend.

Progress on Boiling Spring Lakes dam reconstruction, long road ahead

Leaders in Boiling Spring lakes are making progress on dam reconstruction.

Video captures car on fire near Boiling Spring Lakes

A scary moment was caught on camera over the weekend in Brunswick County.

Culvert replacement to cause closures on NC 133 starting Wednesday

A culvert damaged by Hurricane Florence will be replaced this month in Brunswick County.

#UNSOLVED case closed after Brunswick man’s remains found

Case closed. A missing Brunswick County man's remains have been found, bringing an end to a 24-year-old cold case.

HURRICANE DORIAN: Important information you need to know

As Hurricane Dorian moves closer to the Cape Fear, here is a list of important information you need to know including shelters, curfews, how to report power outages, and more.

Tanner’s Tee-Off Tuesday: The Lakes Country Club

This weeks episode of Tanner's Tee-Off Tuesday sent us to the Lakes Country Club in Boiling Spring Lakes 30 minutes from Wilmington.

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City of Wilmington granted stay on short-term rentals ruling

The City of Wilmington has been granted a stay on this week's short-term rentals ruling.