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UNCW helps collect clothes for people in Honduras impacted by hurricanes

Parts of Central America have been devastated over the past few weeks by back-to-back category four hurricane landfalls. 

Eta lashes Nicaragua with rains, deadly mudslides

Tropical Storm Eta continues spinning across northern Nicaragua after lashing the country’s Caribbean coast for much of the past day, isolating already remote communities and setting off deadly landslides.

Mexican officials try to stave off tariffs at White House

Mexican and U.S. officials met late into the day Tuesday at the White House trying to stave off President Donald Trump's threatened tariffs on all Mexican goods flowing into the United States.

Sickness, fear, harassment in Mexico whittle away at caravan

Little by little, sickness, fear and police harassment are whittling down the migrant caravan making its way to the U.S. border, with many of the 4,000 to 5,000 migrants who resumed their journey Thursday complaining of exhaustion.

Saint Mary’s Father Bob Kus retiring after 20-year career as priest

A 20-year career as a Catholic priest in North Carolina is coming to an end for Father Bob Kus, but his mission is not over.

Local company raises funds to add solar panels at Honduras medical clinic

The Clinica Santa Maria in Honduras is a medical clinic built by the St. Mary's Parish in Wilmington. A local company is raising funds to build solar panels down there.

Raleigh woman jailed in Honduras returning home

A Raleigh woman who's been stuck in Honduras since July 30 after she was arrested trying to board a flight home has finally been allowed to leave the country.

Raleigh woman stuck in Honduras despite dismissal of drug charges

A Raleigh woman who had drug trafficking charges against her dismissed by a Honduran judge last week is still in the Central American country and she isn’t sure when she can leave.

Charges dropped against Raleigh woman accused of having cocaine in Honduras

Charges against a Raleigh woman accused of cocaine trafficking in Honduras have been dropped.

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Timely hitting leads Pender softball past rival Heide Trask

The Pender High School softball team battled back not once, but twice on Monday night to take down rival Heide Trask, 3-2. 

Four Cape Fear area football teams punch their ticket to the state playoffs

The high school football regular season is in the books as focus across the area shifts to the NCHSAA State Playoffs. Four Cape Fear area teams will have an opportunity to bring home the title in 2021.