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Cat survives 400 miles clinging to bottom of semi-truck

It was a joyful reunion for Paul Robertson and his beloved Percy when he discovered the cat had been clinging to the undercarriage of his 18-wheeler for 400 miles through snow and rain.

One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson arrested in airport scuffle

One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has been arrested for allegedly attacking a photographer at Los Angeles International Airport, an incident the singer's lawyer described as "provoked" by paparazzi.

Viola Davis to receive Harvard’s ‘Artist of the Year’

Fresh from her best supporting actress Oscar win for her role in "Fences," Viola Davis is at Harvard University to receive the 2017 Artist of the Year Award from the Harvard Foundation.

Patrick Stewart applying for U.S. citizenship to oppose Trump

The British actor said on Thursday's episode of "The View" that he and his wife went to Washington last month to visit friends and to ask them what they could do about Trump.

Josh Gad wants ‘audiences to decide’ if his ‘Beauty and the Beast’ character is gay

"LeFou is somebody who on one day wants to be Gaston and on another day wants to kiss Gaston," Condon said.

Natalie Portman welcomes a daughter

On Feb. 25, Portman, 35, who was nominated for a best actress Oscar for her starring role in "Jackie," said that she was unable to attend the show because of her pregnancy.

Rolls-Royce has sick kids rolling in style

Rolls-Royce is making a unique vehicle for some small but special drivers.

Jaguar spotted in Arizona mountains: Agency reports rare sighting

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a photo Thursday from a trail camera that shows the endangered spotted cat wandering through the Dos Cabezas Mountains.

Dunkin’ Donuts to remove artificial colors by end of 2018

Dunkin' Brands Group Inc. says the exception will be on brand-name ingredients it sources to use as toppings, ice cream mixes and decorations for its sweets.

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Bald Head Island officers fired in 2014 awarded $700k in lawsuit

A federal judge has sided with four former Bald Head Island Public Safety Officers who filed a lawsuit after they were fired six years ago.

NC audit questions monitoring of virus funds for education

State Auditor Beth Wood's office says North Carolina’s education department has failed to monitor sufficiently whether over $140 million in federal coronavirus relief money was used properly or met its intended purposes.

Mayor declares Thursday as ACCESS of Wilmington Day

Mayor Bill Saffo has declared Thursday as ACCESS of Wilmington Day.

Lu Mil Vineyard brightens Bladen County with annual Christmas light show

Lu Mil Vineyard is lighting up the night with their annual Festival of Lights.