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Cape Fear residents experience long Uber and Lyft wait times

You may want to have a backup plan if you rely on ride share services.

Uber, Lyft offering discount to polling places

Ride-share rivals Uber and Lyft can agree on at least one thing -- they want you to vote.

Uber and Lyft drivers get lighted signs ahead of law change

Hundreds of Uber and Lyft drivers in North Carolina have been picking up lighted signs to display in their vehicles.

New rideshare safety law takes effect in NC

A new rideshare protection law goes into effect Tuesday in North Carolina.

Uber rides, sex abuse are subjects of new North Carolina laws

New North Carolina laws taking effect in October are designed to keep Uber and Lyft passengers safe, protect girls from sexual abuse and help people enter state-regulated trades.

Lyft driver says he was maced by rider, looking for answers

A Lyft driver says a rider attacked him over the weekend, and claims the rideshare company has been ignoring his pleas for help.

Rideshare service for kids coming to Wilmington

Uber and Lyft have been in the Cape Fear for a number of years, soon they'll be joined by a ridesharing service that caters to children.

Bill to address ride-sharing user safety passes NC committee

Spurred by the slaying of a college student in neighboring South Carolina, lawmakers in North Carolina are working on new rules for ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft to make users feel safer and know when drivers are legitimate.

Passenger protections for NC ride-sharing users considered

Some North Carolina lawmakers are seeking more protections for ride-sharing service users following the death of a college student this year in South Carolina.

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NHC Educational Justice Calls for all students, teachers, and staff members to wear masks

Members of NHC Educational Justice will be holding a news conference Aug. 2 outside the New Hanover County Board of Education Center to call for all students, teachers, and staff members to wear masks in school.

Some struggle with Myrtle Beach heat, while Midwesterners want to move here because of it

Whether they knew it or not, vacationers in downtown Myrtle Beach braved the area’s hottest day of 2021 Friday, with a heat index expected to reach 110.

After board member tests positive for Covid-19, New Hanover school board to meet virtually

The release didn't say which board member tested positive or who had potentially been exposed.

Distress Bandannas being sold to help raise funds for teen driver safety talks

Teen driver safety is a big concern for many parents of new drivers around the Cape Fear. One organization is setting out to tackle the issue and raise awareness for the cause.