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‘I’m innocent’: Man charged in Pender County triple murder appears in court

A man has been arrested and charged in connection with a murder that happened last November. 

Church lends hand to family still suffering from Florence

This is not a house you can just give up on.

A snowy start for some in southeastern North Carolina!

Parts of the Cape Fear Region are seeing snow this morning. 

All charges dropped in Pender County deputy-involved shooting

District Attorney Ben David says all charges have been dropped in a shooting that involved a Pender County sheriff's deputy last month.

Outside agency now investigating Pender deputy-involved shooting

Thursday makes three weeks since a shooting happened involving a deputy. The Pender County Sheriff's Office says the case is still under investigation.

Pender County sheriff’s deputy involved in shooting in Maple Hill

An investigation is underway after a Pender County sheriff's deputy fired several shots at a man.

Where you can get food, water, and supplies in Pender County

Pender County residents needing assistance can turn to local charities for assistance.

Two women killed in Maple Hill crash

Two people are dead after a crash in Pender County late Thursday night.

Pender County teen charged with assaulting school employees

An Onslow County high school student has been charged with assaulting school employees.

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Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington announces new principal

The Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington has announced that Kate Tayloe will serve as the school's new principal.

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.