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Dispatchers see increase of accidental 911 calls because of smart devices

If you sleep on your watch the wrong way, you could get a call from a 9-1-1 dispatcher!

New place to put your phone at a UNCW baseball game

There's no need to hold your cell phone in your lap anymore when attending a UNCW baseball game. Just look in front of you for the perfect spot to place it during the game.

New local app launches

A new app launched tonight at the Wilmington Business Expo.

Dolphin saves smart phone from ocean

Dolphin saves smart phone after it was dropped in the ocean dropped during event with Miami Heat dancers.

GM to offer Android, Apple systems in many 2016 models

By the end of the year, nearly every major automaker will begin offering Apple's CarPlay or Google's Android Auto systems that will allow a car's dashboard screen to look and function like a smartphone.

App launched for Downtown Wilmington

videoA new mobile app is a one-stop-shop for all things Downtown Wilmington. The app's creator says with about 20,000 downloads already, the app is a useful tool for visitors and locals alike.

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Full Court Press: January 22, 2021

The high school basketball season is heating up across the Cape Fear. Friday night featured big time plays, close games, and so much more on the Full Court Press.

Finding their tune: Local artists navigate through the pandemic

Whether playing softly in the background as you manuever through your day or full volume while you're singing in the shower, music is a part of so many lives every single day.

Former local standout & MLB star Trot Nixon remembers the life & career of Hank Aaron

Hank Aaron's death has lead to an outpouring of reactions from many active and former Major League Baseball players, including one right here in the Cape Fear. 

WPD: Rape victim found by officers following welfare check

Police say a man has been arrested after officers conducted a welfare check at a Wilmington home, finding a person who had been tied up, beaten, and raped.