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Brunswick County residents remember deputy who died from COVID-19

Thursday marked a somber gathering in Brunswick County.

Sheriff apologizes after deputies ask Brunswick student to remove Trump flag

A major flag flap in Brunswick County when a student was asked to remove a Trump flag flying from his truck.

Brunswick County Superior Court Judge Ola Lewis loses cancer battle

More than two years after she was diagnosed with a rare liver cancer, Brunswick County Superior Court Judge Ola M. Lewis has passed away.

Brunswick Co. Sheriff named president of NC Sheriffs’ Association

Brunswick County Sheriff John Ingram is now the president of the North Carolina Sheriff's Association.

Hurricane Florence leaves US 17 impassable by car

Flooding caused by Hurricane Florence is continuing to devastate areas across the Cape Fear Region, with some areas cut off from the rest of the state.

BCSO, courthouse officials hold active shooter training exercise

Brunswick County officials practiced their response if an active shooter is at the Brunswick County Courthouse on Thursday afternoon.

Former BCSO deputy arrested on drug charges

A former Brunswick County deputy is behind bars after being arrested on multiple drug and embezzlement charges.

Athletes shines during Brunswick Co. Special Olympics spring games

Earlier this week, WWAY told you about the New Hanover County Special Olympics spring games, today it's Brunswick County's turn.

Judge: Brunswick County will not enact blanket $1 million bail policy

Brunswick County has no intention of setting a “blanket policy” on bail amounts for heroin traffickers, Senior Superior Court Judge Ola Lewis said Thursday from Minnesota where she’s undergoing treatments for liver cancer.

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Wilmington Police investigating stabbing

Wilmington Police are investigating after one person was stabbed on Alabama Avenue this afternoon.

To mask or not to mask? Parents weigh in on kids wearing masks in the classroom

Students are headed back to school soon and parents continue to ask a lot of questions about masks in the classroom.

20-28 year prison sentence for 2017 armed robbery spree

The second-degree kidnapping convictions stemmed from the robbers leaving the victims either in back rooms or zip-tied after the robberies.

Local Government Commission votes to take control of Spring Lake finances

It will go into effect if the Board of Aldermen impedes an investigation by the Office of State Auditor into questionable financial activities or withholds information from the commission.