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Mother sues Uber after driver reportedly drove son from SC to Atlanta

A South Carolina mother is suing Uber after she said a driver picked up her teenage son in Mount Pleasant and drove him five hours away to Atlanta.

Rideshare service for kids coming to Wilmington

Uber and Lyft have been in the Cape Fear for a number of years, soon they'll be joined by a ridesharing service that caters to children.

Bill requiring rideshare drivers to show front license plate, illuminated sign becomes law

A new North Carolina law aims to make ridesharing safer for passengers across the state following the death of a South Carolina college student.

Study: Ride-sharing cars carry more germs than toilet seats

Catching an Uber or Lyft has become ultra convenient for millions of Americans. But you should know, you’re likely jumping into the backseat of a ride filled with germs.

NC Senate passes new rules for ridesharing services like Uber

A deal brokered between North Carolina lawmakers and ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft to place regulations on the app-based companies has passed the Senate and will go to the House.

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State urges New Hanover County to further enforce Covid restrictions

Governor Cooper sent a letter to County Commissioners Wednesday, classifying New Hanover County as "an area of concern," and asking leaders to consider additional local action.