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Local elected officials react to Biden win

After Republicans and Democrats spent the past year and a half arguing about their differences, will they be able to come together?

Democratic candidates ‘Game Day’ press conference

Several democratic candidates turned out for a press conference this morning in Wilmington, held just down the road from a polling location at Willston Middle School. 

‘One week to heal nation’: Democrats respond to VP Pence’s visit in campaign push

North Carolina Democrats are responding to Vice President Mike Pence's visit Tuesday. Local and state Democratic candidates came out Tuesday to make another last push of their own before election day.

Report: NC gets a ‘D’ for participation of women in politics, government

A new report commissioned by a North Carolina agency finds political participation trends among women in the state have worsened slightly over the past five years.

Black Lives Matter of Wilmington holds third virtual roundtable

On Monday was the third virtual roundtable in a weekly series hosted by Black Lives Matter of Wilmington.

Conservative group: North Carolina Democrats breaking law

Fallout from the North Carolina House budget override continues months later, as a conservative group is now raising legal concerns over Democrats' actions.

Boutique hotel opens in downtown Wilmington

The Hive Boutique Hotel recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark its official opening at 505 N. 2nd Street. 

Local women’s rally and march brings out many for equality

It was serious business at Innes Park Saturday afternoon as hundreds of people joined the millions across the world, all gathering for one common purpose, equal rights.

Reports of ‘cat urine’ smell continue in Wilmington area

Months after a New Hanover County factory was ordered to stop releasing a foul odor into the air, people across the region are still smelling it.

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Pope elevates 13 new cardinals then puts them in their place

Most removed their face coverings when they approached a maskless Francis to receive their red hats, but the first African-American to become a cardinal in the Roman Catholic Church kept his on.

Family looks to recover after Thanksgiving home fire damage

The Puccis say that the horses are "okay" and were in a location separate from the fire.

Three mariners rescued in ocean off Oak Island

A good Samaritan boat crew that overheard the coast guard alert made their way out to the mariners and safely transferred all three onboard onto their own boat.

Georgia Aquarium’s largest female whale shark dies

Whale sharks are the largest fish in the world.