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Community shows outpouring of support for fire victims in Carolina Beach

Several people were left without a home after a fire broke out at a Carolina Beach condominium complex last Friday. The community has since wrapped their around the victims. 

Red Cross asks for blood donations in honor of late judge

The Red Cross is partnering with the Wilmington East Rotary Club to hold a special blood drive this week.

More than 90 donate blood in honor of Wilmington girl with rare form of cancer

There was an overwhelming outpouring of support from people donating blood on Wednesday in honor of a local girl battling a rare disease.

Red Cross volunteers needed in eastern North Carolina

Every year thousands of volunteers with the Red Cross head to disaster areas around the country. 

Volunteers needed for Red Cross ahead of hurricane season

The American Red Cross is in need of volunteers amid the COVID-19 pandemic to prepare for and help with hurricane season as it approaches.

Red Cross teams up with NFL to encourage donations, win trip to Super Bowl

Some lucky fan will score a trip to Miami and tickets to the Super Bowl with a simple blood donation.

How to help support the Australian wildfires relief effort

The wildfires in Australia have destroyed millions of acres of land, killed at least two dozen people so far and left thousands more people and animals in danger.

Multiple fire crews respond to Winnabow house fire

Multiple firefighters responded to a house fire in Brunswick County early Friday morning.

25 ways to safely cook, travel this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a peak time for congested travel and home cooking fires, the American Red Cross asks everyone to follow the steps below to help stay safe this holiday.

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High-altitude balloon likely white object spotted over eastern NC

Have you noticed a white dot high in the sky? Many have reported seeing a white object across eastern North Carolina over the last few days.

Space Force commander fired over podcast remarks

The Space Force has relieved an officer of his command after recent comments he made on a podcast criticizing the diversity and inclusion initiatives the military has recently been encouraging. 

U.S. will send 20 million more COVID-19 vaccine doses abroad

President Biden on Monday announced the U.S. will send an additional 20 million doses of approved COVID-19 vaccines to other countries for a total of 80 million doses to other countries by the end of June.

CFPUA expands capacity at Richardson Water Treatment Plant

CFPUA’s Richardson Water Treatment Plant can now treat and distribute an additional 1 million gallons of water per day (MGD), keeping pace with growth in Northern New Hanover County.