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Azalea Festival Garden Tour

Do you want to see some of the most beautiful gardens in North Carolina? Then don't miss the Azalea Festival Garden Tour!

Mayor Holds Public Meeting to Dispell Rumors about Police-Involved Shooting

This afternoon, city leaders met with community members to dispell some of the rumors about the police involved shooting of Phillipe McIver.

Local Baseball Player Hit by a Pitch is in Good Condition

It could have been a deadly baseball accident, but local high school player, Dakota Irwin, is now in stable condition.

Lawmaker’s fight highlights same-sex custody muddle in N.C.

State Senator Julia Boseman is in the middle of a custody fight that helps highlight the lack of clarity in North Carolina law over what makes a person a parent.

Wilmington man found dead in backstreet alley

Around five o'clock Saturday afternoon Wilmington police responded to a report of a body found in an alley off of 16th Street near Nun Street. The victim was 24-year-old Ronald Nathan Conyers Jr. Investigators say they found Conyers's body just three blocks from where he lived.

Eleven North Topsail Beach homeowners taking Town to court

North Topsail Beach homeowners say they say they were ousted from their homes by a hurricane, and kept out by the town.

Man pleads guilty to drunken driving

A man who's been slipping through the cracks of North Carolina's legal system for more than 20 years pleaded guilty Tuesday to drunken driving. John Dickinson has used at least six different identities with law enforcement and has failed to appear in court at least 10 times. But Tuesday he was forced to show up.

More security at this year’s Wing Fling

The Interpol Special Police are getting ready for a busy day Saturday at the 11th annual Wing Fling. That's because this year, they're stepping up security.

Statewide ban on exotic animals getting closer

A study committee of experts has forwarded its recommendations to the legislature. The committee would like to ban most exotic animals from being kept as pets, or in private zoos.

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Downtown restaurants to bring in outdoor heaters as weather cools down

The chill was in the air at Downtown Alive in Wilmington Friday night, but that didn't stop people from coming out. City Council is voting Wednesday on whether to extend the event until the end of November.

Three Bladen County schools to reopen after closure

Bladen County Schools is happy to announce that Bladenboro Middle, Dublin Primary, and East Arcadia Elementary will reopen and welcome students back into their classrooms on Monday, November 2.

Locals get ready for Halloween 2020

It's the spookiest night of the year. Well, almost--and this year will look a little different.

CDC is lifting cruise ban in US waters

If you're one of those people who have been eagerly awaiting the chance to take a cruise out of US ports, the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention released a bit of good news for you on Friday.