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RDU predicts 167,000 Thanksgiving flyers, a drop from 2019

Raleigh-Durham International Airport says that it expects this year’s Thanksgiving holiday traffic to be much lower than it was last year due to the pandemic.

Much NC highway construction halted to ease holiday traffic

North Carolina transportation officials say they’re temporarily halting much construction work along interstates and other major routes to ease congestion for holiday travelers.

ILM expects busiest week of the year despite travel warnings

Many people are going ahead with plans to travel this week despite warnings from health officials not to with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

CDC begs Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving

The nation’s top public health agency is pleading with Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving, or to spend the holiday with people with whom they are not currently living.

Airline offers free rapid tests in attempt at COVID-free flights

For even the most experienced travelers, getting on a plane during a pandemic is bound to give pause. One airline is attempting to ease travelers' minds by testing each passenger for COVID-19 just prior to boarding.

Shallotte Airbnb recognized as one of the most unique in North Carolina

One Shallotte Airbnb is being called one of the best stays in North Carolina.

$5.6M contract awarded to improve Brunswick County roads

A recently awarded contract will improve more than 30 miles of Brunswick County roads and ramps, according to the North Carolina Department of Transportation.

CDC: ‘Strong recommendation’ but no rule for masks on planes

The CDC is strongly recommending that passengers on planes, trains and buses wear masks, but it's still stopping short of requiring face coverings to prevent spreading COVID-19.

Pandemic air travel milestone; 1 million passengers screened

The number of passengers screened for flights in the U.S. topped one million in a day for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic outbreak last March, but it’s still about 60% fewer air travelers than this time last year.

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WWAY 5th Quarter: March 5, 2021

Week two of the high school football season didn't disappoint across the Cape Fear with 11 teams in action. Sports Director Tanner Barth brings you all highlights and final scores on this weeks 5th Quarter.  

Driver crashes into a P.T.’s Grille

Earlier this week, a driver accidentally drove right into a P.T.'s Grille.

Whiteville native makes it to American Idol

A born and bred Columbus County man will soon be on TV screens across the nation.

Church takes communion from the pulpit to the parking lot

Port City Community Church  held a drive thru communion Friday, hoping to reach out to church members who still feel unsafe coming to in-person services.