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Superintendent Sit-Down: Whiteville City Schools

Whiteville City Schools Superintendent Kenny Garland stopped by Good Morning Carolina on Monday to discuss consolidation, school safety and more.

NC legislative panel finalizing school safety ideas

A legislative committee looking to improve North Carolina school and student safety following the Florida school shooting in February is finalizing its recommendations days before the General Assembly session begins.

Superintendent Sit-Down: Brunswick County Schools

Brunswick County Schools Superintendent Les Tubb stopped by Good Morning Carolina on Thursday to talk local issues in the school district.

Students, community gather for downtown march on anniversary of Columbine

Students we heard from say they are protesting because they do not feel safe going to school.

Brunswick Co. Sheriff’s detective assigned to school system

At the commission meeting Monday night, Brunswick County commissioners voted to amend a contract with the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office. 

‘Any change is good change’ Students hold town hall on gun violence

Students who organized the March for Our Lives Rally in Wilmington are now behind a town hall to continue the conversations on how to reduce mass shootings, gun violence and school safety.

First Lady Kristin Cooper visits Belville Elementary as example of successful school

Kristin Cooper toured classrooms and participated in lessons at Belville Elementary.

Local lawmakers meet in Raleigh for first committee meeting on school safety

The select committee was created in the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida. Lawmakers call today setting the foundation to improve school safety.

Could arming teachers affect school insurance policies?

While many schools have heard about the possibility of arming teachers in the classroom, most schools in our area have not even entertained the idea.

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Gov. Cooper: NC vaccination numbers still too low

Governor Roy Cooper and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen gave an update on COVID-19 Tuesday afternoon.

Willie Garson, ‘Sex and the City’ actor, dead at 57

In the wake of his passing, Garson's many friends and former colleagues expressed their love for the actor.

Opening of applications for CFPUA COVID Relief Program

To qualify for the program, customers’ household income must be at or below 80 percent of the Area Household Income for New Hanover County.

House OKs debt and funding plan, inviting clash with GOP

The bill now goes to the Senate, where it is likely to falter because of overwhelming GOP opposition.