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Experts: Alarming numbers of eagles in NC are dying from lead bullets

Bald eagles are federally protected, but experts say they're dying from bullets in North Carolina.

‘The Chuck Whitlock Show What’s the Matter’ premieres on WWAY CBS Friday

Award-winning investigative reporter, bestselling author and TV personality Chuck Whitlock brings his in-depth storytelling to WWAY with 'The Chuck Whitlock Show What's the Matter' every Friday night.

Magnolia Greens marks 20th anniversary with bald eagle release

Magnolia Greens in Leland celebrated their 20th anniversary with a special bald eagle release Saturday morning with the help of the Cape Fear Raptor Center.

Cape Fear Raptor Center coming to Brunswick Riverwalk

The Town of Belville continues to work on new attractions, but it also wants to preserve what it has.

Birds are the main attraction at third annual Owl Howl

There were plenty of vendors and food trucks for those that came out but the main attraction was the birds.

Rocky the bald eagle spreads his wings

Rocky the bald eagle was released Saturday morning after making a full recovery more than six months after being found with severe injuries.

Bald Eagle fully recovers and will be released

It's almost time for Rocky, the bald eagle, to fly high.

Bald eagle recovering in Rocky Point from shooting has died

A bald eagle that was just starting to recovery from surgery after being shot with a 12 gauge shotgun has died.

Bald eagle recovering after being shot by shotgun

A bald eagle is recovering from surgery at the Cape Fear Raptor Center after someone shot it with a 12-gauge shotgun last week.

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Event connecting local teens with jobs and college opportunities hosted by New Hanover County Office of Diversity and Equity

The New Hanover County Office of Diversity and Equity teamed up with Cape Fear Community College and McDonalds of Wilmington to host an event for 2021 high school graduates and teens.

One Wilmington church holds ‘Pull Up, Park, and Praise’ socially-distanced Sunday service

With COVID-19 restrictions loosened across the state, many churches have welcomed their congregations back to sanctuary. O

TRU Colors CEO shares statement in response to double homicide

The CEO of TRU Colors Brewing shared a statement on Sunday evening in response to a double homicide that happened on Saturday in New Hanover County. 

NC commercial fishermen landed less seafood in 2020

Commercial fishermen sold nearly 20% less fish and shellfish to North Carolina seafood dealers in 2020, a decline from the previous year that's being blamed on the state's stay-at-home order brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.