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Recent storms close multiple Sampson County roads

Several state roads and a highway remain closed in Sampson County after severe storms came through the area this past weekend.

Panel OKs $660M North Carolina transportation funding fix

A state House panel supports a $660 million fix for cash-flow problems at North Carolina's Department of Transportation attributed to disaster recovery spending and litigation losses.

Brunswick County leaders discuss the future of transportation

Monday afternoon in Brunswick County, commissioners were asked to vote on something which will affect transportation in our region, and your wallet, for the next 26 years.

Trees blown down over roadway in Brunswick County

The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office is advising people to stay off the roads if possible. 

Lane closures planned on Hampstead road for at least 2 months

The North Carolina Department of Transportation will start a project soon on a Hampstead road that will lead to permanent lane closures for at least two months.

Study shows 1,800+ NC bridges are ‘structurally deficient’

The length of America's structurally deficient bridges if placed end-to-end would span nearly 1,100 miles, the distance between Chicago and Houston, a new examination of federal government data shows.

Portions of Pender County remain inaccessible by car with flooded roads

One Pender County neighborhood relied on the connection to Old River Road through an embankment off of I-40 to connect to the outside world.

Brunswick County to end curfew, open public offices, maintain burn ban

Unincorporated areas of Brunswick County will be under a curfew from midnight until dawn Monday, Sept. 24. The curfew will end Monday morning.

NCDOT Announces new routes to Wilmington

NCDOT is making progress on reducing the number of road closures, which statewide totaled 550 Saturday morning.

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U.S. Open King Mackerel Tournament to reel in fishermen for 43rd year

One of the largest king mackerel tournaments on the East Coast is returning to Southport in a few weeks.

New Hanover County Fire Rescue dedicates new engine

New Hanover County Fire Rescue dedicated its newest fire truck, Engine 19, this week in a virtual ceremony.

World War I living history event at N.C. Maritime Museum at Southport

The N.C. Maritime Museum at Southport to host a living history weekend Sept. 18-19 featuring reenactors, authors and documentarians highlighting the World War I era.

Leland woman says metal object fell from bridge, hit her car, NCDOT responds

A Leland woman says she had a "final destination moment" when driving under the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge, and the North Carolina Department of Transportation is responding.