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American Airlines reinstates nonstop flight between ILM and Chicago

American Airlines has announced their nonstop service between ILM and Chicago O’Hare is coming back.

Chicago mayor touts deal with union to reopen schools

It also pushes back the start of in-person classes and phases them in. The first wave could start this week.

Woman kept being sent parking tickets from City of Chicago after moving to North Carolina

Jennifer Owen sold her car and moved to North Carolina and thought Chicago was part of her past, until parking tickets – a whole bunch of them – started showing up.

Police: Man shoots 7 in series of Chicago-area attacks

Authorities say a man killed three people and wounded four others in a series of shootings over roughly four hours that started on Chicago’s South Side and ended with his death in a shootout with police just north of the city.

Woman whose home was wrongly raided by police: ‘I feared for my life’

An investigation has been launched into a raid of a Chicago woman's apartment that resulted in armed police officers drawing their weapons and handcuffing an innocent woman in February 2019.

Man slain in Chicago dispute over hands in Thanksgiving food

Authorities say a Chicago man has been charged with murder after a fatal fight that began when he put his hands in Thanksgiving leftovers.

Man convicted in North Carolina of assaulting woman on plane

A federal jury in North Carolina has convicted a man accused of sexually assaulting a woman he was seated next to on a plane.

Store guard stabbed 27 times for asking women to wear masks

Two sisters accused of stabbing a West Side Chicago store security guard 27 times with a knife after he asked them to wear face masks and use hand sanitizer have been ordered held without bond.

102-year-old woman who never missed a vote casts her mail-in ballot in full PPE

Since the elderly are at a higher risk of severe illness from the coronavirus, seniors are being advised to stay home during the pandemic and only go out for essentials. For a 102-year-old woman in Chicago, voting is essential.

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Days after the season ends, four UNCW Men’s Basketball players enter the transfer portal

It was an interesting Monday afternoon if you're a UNCW Men's Basketball fan. Just days after the season ended four Seahawk players announced they were putting their names into the NCAA Transfer Portal. 

MEC releases All-Conference Basketball Awards

High School basketball teams across the Cape Fear have wrapped up their seasons. The Mideastern Conference released their all-conference teams and awards late last weeks. 

Several, mostly juveniles, arrested in connection to two recent Wilmington shootings

City and county law enforcement leaders have released more details surrounding two recent shooting.

North Carolina Azalea Festival announces 2021 Queen

The North Carolina Azalea Festival announced the 74th Queen Azalea, the Azalea Festival Princess, and Invited Guests of the 2021 Azalea Festival on Monday.