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Group that ran pro-Tillis ads subject of complaint to IRS

A political watchdog group is accusing a North Carolina nonprofit that ran television ads in 2014 favorable to now-U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis with violating tax rules based on its political activity.

WPD officers assisting feds at Wilmington business

A Wilmington Police spokesperson said some of their officers are assisting federal investigators at a Wilmington business.

BCSO warns people about IRS scam, woman says she was threatened

Telephone scammers are targeting Brunswick County residents.

IRS says thieves stole tax info from 100,000

The IRS says thieves used an online service provided by the agency to gain access to information from more than 100,000 taxpayers.

Scammers pretend to be IRS

videoTax season is in full swing, and unfortunately, that means scammers are out in force too. A Wilmington woman is thankful she knew the signs.

Wilmington seafood distributor pleads guilty to tax evasion

A Wilmington seafood distributor pleaded guilty today to federal tax evasion, according to the US Justice Department and the IRS. Prosecutors say Jeffrey Wayne Scott, 48, admitted to one count of willfully attempting to evade his personal income tax.

IRS: Think ahead, don’t fall for scams as April 15 nears

videoAs the April 15 tax filing deadline approaches, the IRS wants to remind you to think ahead and be careful of scammers targeting taxpayers.

Hagan talks Farm Bill, White House controversies

videoIt's growing season on farms in the Tar Heel State. Meanwhile in Washington questions continue to grow about how the White House has handled several high-profile controversies.

NC Democratic chair owes $286,000 in back taxes

Court records show the new head of the North Carolina Democratic Party owes nearly $290,000 in back taxes and penalties.

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New Hanover school board decides against Plan A for elementary schools

The New Hanover County school board held a special meeting on Monday to discuss whether or not to allow elementary schools to move to full-time in-person learning.

Flooding continues to be a problem along Canal Drive in Carolina Beach

Flooding is always a major concern along the coast during hurricane season. In Carolina Beach, occasional flooding has been happening over the past several years when there isn't a cloud in the sky.

Snake lands on Mississippi woman as she opens her front door

A woman in Mississippi received a slithering surprise when she got home from work last week: a snake that had been lodged on top of her front door landed on her head.

Sen. Tillis: Trump to extend offshore drilling pause to NC

One of North Carolina's U.S. senators says President Donald Trump told him he'll add North Carolina to a list of states whose coastal waters won’t be subjected to offshore drilling for a decade.