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Mom speaks out about bullying in New Hanover County Schools

"When I send my child to school, I expect for my child to be protected," said Rhoda Hayes, whose daughter attempted to get help from New Hanover County School administration before getting bullied and beaten up. "Today was not a safe place for my child."

Counselors talk National Bullying Prevention Month one day after Cape Fear Academy bullying lawsuit

October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and just one day after a major lawsuit at Cape Fear Academy, WWAY is taking a closer look at what is becoming a prevalent issue in our area.

Bullying on the rise in local school board meetings

Earlier this week, Governor Roy Cooper expressed concern over the "fevered pitch of recent meetings," asking for an end to bullying from adults. "Threats. Bullying. Intimidation. None of this belongs in our public schools," Cooper said, "particularly by adults."

NC court: Students can use constitution to fight bullying

North Carolina's highest court says the state constitution can be used to let individual students seek help from the courts when access to a sound basic education is denied due to harassment or unsafe schools.

Pender County boy gets escort after being bullied for dressing like deputy

Deputies surprised a Pender County boy Monday after he was recently bullied for dressing like them.

Community shows love to boy asking for Valentine’s Day cards

The Port City is coming together to make sure an 11-year-old is feeling the love for Valentine's Day.

NHCS launches website to report anonymous complaints

New Hanover County Schools has launched a new online system that allows parents to report complaints anonymously.

Teen dies from injuries from alleged bullying attack

A 13-year-old boy whose head struck a concrete pillar after he was punched by another boy at a middle school here has died from his injuries.

Tennessee students buy new clothes, shoes for bullied classmate

High school is tough enough, but a freshman at MLK Prep said his first weeks were a nightmare.

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Strike dodged with deal between film and TV crews, studios

An 11th-hour deal was reached Saturday, averting a strike of film and television crews that would have seen some 60,000 behind-the-scenes workers walk off their jobs and would have frozen productions in Hollywood and across the U.S.

Hundreds of people gather at the New Hanover County Arboretum for Pumpkin Palooza

Today, hundreds of people gathered at the New Hanover County Arboretum for the 4-H Pumpkin Palooza yesterday evening.

One national retail chain held a hiring event at all of its Wilmington locations to prepare for the holiday rush

Today one national retail chain held at all of its locations in the local area, ahead of the holiday season rush.

Veg-Out Festival held in Wilmington’s Riverfront Park showcased vegan and vegetarian vendors

Today, a festival held in downtown at the Riverfront Park gave attendees a chance to learn about vegan and vegetarian lifestyles.