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Interim Sunset Beach mayor appeals DWI conviction

Acting Sunset Beach Mayor Mark Benton says he is appealing his DWI charge.

Sunset Beach town councilman speaks out after being forced to leave meeting

A Sunset Beach town councilman was forced out of a meeting Tuesday night after speaking out of turn. This came just two weeks after former mayor Greg Weiss resigned.

‘It’s dysfunctional’: Sunset Beach divided over mayor’s resignation

As government leaders come together for the State of the Union in Washington, one local government cannot seem to iron out its differences.

Sunset Beach Mayor Greg Weiss announces resignation

"Sometimes, one or more of those people may feel that a process has worked in a way that makes them so uncomfortable that they feel a need to take action. I'm taking this opportunity to announce that I am resigning as mayor."

New mayor takes oath of office in Sunset Beach

The Town of Sunset Beach has a new mayor.

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If you want to work at Delta Air Lines, you'll need to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The airline says that vaccination will be required for new hires starting on Monday. But the airline isn't imposing the same requirement on current employees.

Mega Millions, Powerball jackpots offer more than $600 million in prizes this weekend

The Mega Millions and Powerball games offer North Carolinians two chances at life-changing prizes this weekend with jackpots totaling more than $600 million.

Kidder Street Shooting: Multiple people fired 20+ shots as partygoers celebrated birthday

The Wilmington Police Department has released more details on a shooting that left three people dead and four others hurt in early April.

Gov. Cooper lifts capacity & social distancing rules, and most mask mandates

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday announced that the state is completely lifting all mandatory capacity, gathering limits and social distancing requirements, effective immediately.