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Movie version of ‘Blood Done Sign My Name’ opens

A movie about the killing of a black man in 1970 in North Carolina and the trial that resulted in the acquittals of white men is opening nationally.

Pilot season takes flight in Hollywood East

video It's that time of year for TV and movie producers to come to Wilmington to scout locations for pilots.

Future of “One Tree Hill” has impact on area businesses

videoToday the CW announced early pick-up commitments for five of its shows for next season. "One Tree Hill" was not on that list.

Musical honors Motown anniversary

Watch Good Morning Carolina this week for your chance to win tickets.

NAACP not pleased with the diversity on television

videoMany of your favorite shows have returned with new episodes this year, but the NAACP is not pleased with the way some of those shows look.

Local singer songwriter asked to judge contest

Catesby Jones is best known for writing country singer, Travis Tritt's first song, "Country Club."

Holden Beach Tailgate Fest

videoWe have an Elvis sighting from Holden Beach. John Rendleman went to the Sunday Tailgate Beachfest to see what all the fuss is about concerning a new summer tradition.

Vampires invade downtown Wilmington

Vampires invaded downtown Wilmington today to continue shooting the movie "The Bleeding."

In college towns across USA, record stores bite the dust

From State College, Pa., to Chapel Hill, N.C., record stores in college towns are making their last sales.

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Matsuyama becomes first Japanese in Masters green jacket

The victory comes 10 years after the Japanese star was low amateur in the Masters as a teenager.

New Hanover County 4-H holds annual award ceremony virtually

On Sunday, the New Hanover County 4-H held its annual award ceremony celebrating and recognizing the achievements of New Hanover County 4-H members, volunteers, and friends of 2020.

Cape Fear churches continue to adapt worship services during the pandemic

More than one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, and local churches continue to adapt as the pandemic alters their Sunday services.

Deadly shooting near Duke University

People who live in the area say it’s a mostly quiet community made up of families and Duke students.