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Memorials, lawsuit mark death anniversary of Ahmaud Arbery

Family and friends of Ahmaud Arbery are marking the anniversary of his slaying in Georgia.

Wilmington gun sales and conceal carry permits skyrocket

Wilmington guns are flying off the shelves and courses are filling up months in advance. There's not denying something's in the air. But why?

Where to get tested for COVID-19 in North Carolina

Governor Roy Cooper says testing for coronavirus will be key in North Carolina moving into Phase 2 of his reopening plan, but do you know where you can go if you feel you should be tested?

Georgia AG requests federal probe in handling of Arbery case

Georgia’s attorney general has asked the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the handling of the killing of Ahmaud Arbery.

More cases of COVID-19 identified in Brunswick County

Brunswick County identified its third and fourth presumptive positive case of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) Friday afternoon. These individuals both represent isolated travel cases and are self-isolating in their homes and doing well.

‘Yabba dabba doo!’ Whiteville retiree says of winning $200K prize

A routine morning stop for a Whiteville man turned extraordinary when he won a $200,000 lottery prize. 

Wilmington food bank to kick off Stop Summer Hunger Initiative

The Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina at Wilmington is ending the school year by kicking off the annual Stop Summer Hunger Initiative.

Update: Brunswick County woman is located and safe.

Shallotte N.C.-- The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office needs your help finding Ana Elizabeth Chilel.

Apply now for Low Income Energy Assistance Program in Brunswick County

BOLIVIA, NC (WWAY) -- Brunswick County is accepting applications for LIEAP, the Low Income Energy Assistance Program, until March 31, 2018. LIEAP provides a one-time annual...

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Ontario retracts new restrictions that drew the ire of many

Ontario’s premier has retracted restrictions that banned playgrounds and allowed police to require anyone not at home to explain why they’re out and provide their address after a backlash from police forces, health officials and the public.

‘Lemonade for a Cure’ stand set up by a 9 year old girl in Hampstead

One 9-year-old girl running a lemonade stand, gaining the support of the local community to fund a big cause.

NCDOT conducts its annual litter sweep in Wilmington

NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) —The Plastic Ocean Project partnering with the city of Wilmington and NCDOT to clean up litter scattered along a...

Store owner arrested after withholding video providing context of dog’s shooting

Rocky the Rottweiler could often be seen lounging around the store, greeting customers. That changed March 28 after he was shot and killed outside the store.