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Canned food drive in Wilmington to feed shelter and rescue pets

Local pet supply store Pet Supermarket asks customers to donate to a pet food drive now through Nov. 30 to benefit shelter and rescue animals.

No-cost ways to calm an anxious pet during July 4th fireworks

If you have or have ever had a pet that's sensitive to noises then you know Fourth of July fireworks can bring anxiety to both pets and owners.

Firework-related fires spike during holiday weekend

The 4th of July weekend is nearly here.

2 cats in NY become first US pets to test positive for virus

Two pet cats in New York state have tested positive for the coronavirus, marking the first confirmed cases in companion animals in the United States.

PET PALS: 1-year-old Basset Hound mix needs home, name

This week's pet pal is a one year old black and white male Basset Hound mix.

Pet owners claim sitter left their dogs malnourished, sickly

An investigation is underway after a Fayetteville family claims their pet sitter returned their dogs malnourished and sickly.

New laws to protect animals in North Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach city council members are taking steps to protect animals in the city.

Local shelters offer free pet adoptions at Woofstock 2019

Woodstock 50 may have been canceled this year, however, Woofstock 2019 was in full swing Saturday.

Reptile invasion: Florida agency encourages killing iguanas

A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission news release says people should exterminate the large green lizards on their properties as well as on 22 public land areas across South Florida. It doesn't say just how civilians should try to kill them.

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Deputy in hospital after being struck by SUV on Carolina Beach Road

The vehicle is described as a dark in color 2004 Chevy SUV with a missing front headlight and side mirror.

UNCW calls fall semester a success, will test students for COVID-19 more frequently in spring

Students at UNCW are getting ready to head home for the holidays as the school watches rising numbers of COVID-19 cases around the country.

New Hanover & Topsail changing classes in latest NCHSAA realignment plan

Two Cape Fear area high schools are set to move up a classification after the North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced its first draft for realignment in the next four year cycle. 

Despite challenges Seaside Chapel Living Nativity open in Carolina Beach

It's been a tough week for Seaside Chapel in Carolina Beach. Last Sunday part of their Living Nativity set came toppling to the ground because of a storm, but with help from the community they were ready for opening night on Friday.