High temperatures soared into the low to mid 90s this afternoon across southeastern North Carolina Thursday surpassing the record high for Wilmington.
When it comes to beating the heat during these long hot summer days, New Hanover County offers some fun ways to stay cool for free.
A church has opened it's doors and hearts to 14 children from Belarus for the summer.
Genx, an unknown that is causing a lot of concern for many in New Hanover and Brunswick County, but is it causing concern for tourist?
It's no surprise that our coast was a hot spot this weekend. People traveled from all over to soak in some sun at the beach.
The Pender county mosquito division is beginning to spray with increased hours.
Fort Fisher kicked off their summer kids activities this morning with some canon demonstrations at the historic site.
The town of Hilton Head Island is considering banning fishing from the beach during the summer.
"I'd hate to see that," Gervase said. "I really would, but I look at other towns that have done that and I can't help but think maybe they've gone along the same path and they're just a couple years ahead of us."
It will be dangerously hot again over much of central and eastern North Carolina.