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State insurance officials to set up disaster response center in Brunswick County

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey will be in Brunswick County on Thursday to assess the damage from Hurricane Isaias and assist storm victims with property claims.

Woman with oxygen tank airlifted after smoking accident

North Carolina's insurance commissioner is cautioning people to be careful with cigarettes and pipes after a woman with an oxygen tank was badly burned while smoking.

Woman accused of falsely claiming car damage from crash with deer

A Columbus County woman is accused of falsely claiming car damage from crash involving a deer, the state said Thursday.

Former NC insurance chief Goodwin seeks old job back

North Carolina's insurance commissioner from 2009 through 2016 wants the job again.

Powerful NC lawmaker borrowed money from man later indicted

An influential North Carolina Republican lawmaker says a man now facing federal charges in an alleged bribery scheme loaned him $500,000 last year, but never asked for anything from the General Assembly in return.

‘It used to be a noble profession’: Why there are fewer volunteer firefighters

Times are changing for a lot of fire departments in the Cape Fear region. One fire chief says you used to see tons of volunteer firefighters, but nowadays, not so much.

US grabs almost $1.5M for ties to NC political bribery case

Federal authorities have grabbed nearly $1.5 million that a North Carolina insurance magnate intended to use as political donations, arguing the funds may be forfeited for an attempt to bribe the state's top insurance regulator.

‘Baby, It’s Hot Inside’ campaign to stop tragedies in hot cars

Last year, 52 children died in hot cars across the country, but North Carolina Department of Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey say each event was preventable and demands better education. 

NC insurance commissioner to hold Wilmington, Bolivia town halls on flood insurance

Do you have flood insurance? After what Hurricane Matthew in 2016 and Hurricane Florence last year did, a lot of homeowners in our area may be thinking about whether to gave it.

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