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NC lawmakers finalize doling out more federal COVID-19 money

North Carolina legislators have finalized how to distribute another tranche of federal coronavirus relief money earmarked for the state and adjusting how previous funds are spent.

Another Trump on the ballot? Lara Trump eyes Senate seat

The race to replace one of the seven Republican senators who voted to convict former President Donald Trump for inciting the Capitol riot is shaping up to be a key test of Trump’s staying power amid a fierce inter-party debate over how much to embrace him going forward.

Woman allege sexual misconduct against North Carolina GOP lawmaker

Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn is facing allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct by several women who say he put them in uncomfortable situations when he was a college student.

Biden’s nominee for attorney general to appear before Senate Judiciary Committee

Merrick Garland is appearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee this week as President Joe Biden’s nominee for attorney general.

Constitution, Green parties get more time to keep NC voters

Two small political parties in North Carolina that failed to meet candidate support thresholds in November to remain on future ballots will get more time to retain their registered voters.

In Rush Limbaugh’s home state, a flap over lowering flags

Even in death, the conservative radio broadcaster Rush Limbaugh is proving to be a divisive figure, as partisans in his home state of Florida debate over whether to lower the state flag in his honor.

Supreme Court won’t halt turnover of Trump’s tax records

The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected former President Donald Trump’s request to shield his taxes from the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.

Meet the candidates who could replace Sen. Burr in 2022

Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), who is planning to retire next year, is facing a growing backlash in North Carolina after his vote to convict former President Donald Trump at his second impeachment trial.

Gov. Roy Cooper talks COVID-19, schools, vaccine delays

On Thursday, Governor Roy Cooper held a news conference to discuss COVID-19, weather concerns, and a push for in-person schooling for all students.

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WWAY 5th Quarter: March 5, 2021

Week two of the high school football season didn't disappoint across the Cape Fear with 11 teams in action. Sports Director Tanner Barth brings you all highlights and final scores on this weeks 5th Quarter.  

Driver crashes into a P.T.’s Grille

Earlier this week, a driver accidentally drove right into a P.T.'s Grille.

Whiteville native makes it to American Idol

A born and bred Columbus County man will soon be on TV screens across the nation.

Church takes communion from the pulpit to the parking lot

Port City Community Church  held a drive thru communion Friday, hoping to reach out to church members who still feel unsafe coming to in-person services.