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EPA discusses possible regulations on toxic chemicals in drinking water

14 months of uncertainty, more than 600 wells tested, most of which were contaminated, a river polluted and thousands of people impacted. The US Environmental Protection Agency researching claims that Chemours is the reason behind it all.

Cape Fear River Watch hosting GenX community forum

The Cape Fear River Watch is hosting its own community forum Wednesday night to discuss GenX.

Cape Fear Riverkeeper responds to report of toxin in area water supply

The Cape Fear Riverkeeper is responding to a recent report about a toxin found in the area's drinking water.

StriperFest hopes to hook big help for the environment

StriperFest celebrates the resurgence of the striped bass, commonly known as a striper, a famous migratory fish of the Cape Fear.

Flooding impacts environment, health, and economy

Officials discuss water quality concerns after historic flooding in Southeastern North Carolina.

Riverkeeper paddles through downtown on 200-mile trek

Eight days and 200 miles, that's what it takes to paddle the majority of the Cape Fear River, and Cape Fear Riverkeeper Kemp Burdette is checking the task off his list.

Reel in a good time at StriperFest this weekend!

You can support efforts to help the Cape Fear River and have a good time in downtown Wilmington this weekend at the 8th Annual StriperFest. The event brings together anglers, analysts and scientists for a 2 day event that is fun and educationals for the whole family.

Moral Monday gives voters a voice

videoFolks from many races and religions were out in downtown Wilmington in support of Moral Monday. A rally that billed itself initially as one about voting rights turned into a rally about equality of all types.

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US Coast Guard saves man stung by 300 pound stingray

A Rhode Island man is home from the hospital after a scary encounter with a stingray that's barbs went into his leg while on a fishing boat.

Starz releases season 2 trailer for locally-filmed show ‘Hightown’

Starz has released the season 2 trailer for the show "Hightown."

NC road-building costs could scale back long-term projects

North Carolina government would need billions of dollars in additional road-building funds if it wants to carry out currently planned projects for the next decade, according to recent cost reassessments.