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Gun-control advocates in the North Carolina legislature are pressing again for weapon restrictions they say will reduce the risk of mass shootings and other firearm violence.
Students in Caitlyn Diaz' class get excited talking about the books they read.
A group of high school students in New Hanover County is planning a vigil this weekend to honor the anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
A North Carolina substitute teacher has resigned after a student told his father that the teacher told his class that the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was not assassinated but instead killed himself.
A state criminal justice panel is urging more police officer training, building vulnerability assessments and school violence data to help make North Carolina's K-12 schools safer.
Brunswick County high school students will receive their report cards a little later than expected.
As the New Hanover County school board rethinks a proposal to make Williston Middle School an arts high school, members are also pumping the brakes on middle school redistricting.
A Wilmington teacher has received a state award to expand her education and help students in music literacy.
Brunswick County students missed 19 days of school due to Hurricane Florence. The school district is trying to make up lost instruction time by keeping kids in the classroom which means, no more field trips.