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Mount Misery road to close for three months

A section of Mount Misery Road near Leland will close on Monday and will not reopen until September.

Weather once again delays River Road opening

A portion of River Road in New Hanover County that has been closed since November will not open this weekend.

Tractor trailer overturns on I-140 in New Hanover County

Two people are injured after a tractor trailer overturned on I-140 this morning near exit 17 in Castle Hayne.

Columbus County road reopens more than a month ahead of schedule

A road that closed three months ago near Chadbourn has reopened, more than a month earlier than expected.

Residents concerned about upcoming Oak Island bridge closure

In Oak Island, business owners are worried about what will happen once the G.V. Barbee Bridge temporarily this fall.

New traffic pattern causing backups, traffic light coming to I-140/421

A new traffic pattern is causing backups on I-140 during rush hour, but a change is coming.

City Council expected to support Market Street improvements

Wilmington City Council is expected to approve a resolution supporting the NC DOT median project and landscaping improvements along Market Street.

Roundabout proposed to improve crossroads outside Dublin

A proposed roundabout in Dublin would eliminate a four way stop at NC 410 and NC 41.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Thawing Wrightsville Beach drawbridge will impact drivers

The Wrightsville Beach drawbridge will be closed for 20 minutes at a time, so crews can thaw the bridge and reopen it to boaters.

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Last month, the fire tore through several buildings, with residents jumping from windows to escape.

Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office hosting career fair on Saturday

The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office is holding a career expo this weekend.

$9M settlement for 2 men wrongfully sent to death row

Lawyers representing two former North Carolina sheriff's deputies have agreed to a $9 million settlement with two half brothers who spent decades behind bars after being wrongfully convicted in the killing of an 11-year-old girl.

Videos show detail of death of inmate at South Carolina jail

In newly released video of the January death of a South Carolina inmate with a history of mental health issues, deputies are seen deploying stun guns repeatedly, kneeling on the man’s neck and back, before he stops moving.