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Tuesday, April 13, 2021
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Many ILM flights canceled because of weather

The snow is not only affecting travel on the roads. It's putting a stop to air travel, too.

Charlotte to exhibit Hudson River splashdown plane

The waterlogged US Airways jet that made a near-miraculous landing on the Hudson River nearly two years ago appears headed to a home in Charlotte. The Charlotte Observer reported Wednesday that Carolinas Aviation Museum officials say they've almost completed an agreement with the insurance company that owns the damaged aircraft.

NCDOT: Most roads across state clear

Today, all primary and most secondary roads in the state’s 100 counties are clear. Conditions are improving as temperature rise; however, motorists are still urged to use caution because of icy patches.

Charlotte-bound flight involved in runway bump

US Airways says the wingtip of one of its Airbus 319 planes bound for Charlotte contacted the wingtip of an Embraer 175 operated by Republic Airways, a regional carrier for US Airways, at St. Louis's Lambert Airport.

ILM passengers cope with cancellations

video Runways are clear at Wilmington International Airport, but due to winter weather in other parts of the country, some travelers trying to make their way home are grounded.

Northeast snow forces cancellations at ILM

According to Wilmington International Airport's website five flights in or out of ILM have already been canceled as of 7:45 a.m.

NC inspectors on the lookout for gas pump problems

North Carolina is fielding a rising number of complaints about gas pumps, and state inspectors are out to make sure motorists get what they pay for.

Holiday travel despite high gas and ticket prices

video Airports and roads throughout the state are full of holiday travelers today. Even with the escalating airfares, and soaring gas prices, many people are still traveling this holiday season.

Holiday travel across Carolinas up from last year

There should be more travelers on the road and in the skies across the Carolinas this weekend, despite rising gas prices and the threat of winter weather.

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NCDHHS discusses the North Carolina impacts from the Johnson & Johnson vaccine

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services held a press conference today to discuss the recent reports of rare blood clots related to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. 

Local reaction to Johnson and Johnson vaccine hold

The CDC and FDA recommended a pause on the Johnson and Johnson vaccine Tuesday morning. According to both, the vaccine has been connected to six cases of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis.

Lewis Strawberry Nursery & Farm begins strawberry picking season

After months of anticipation, the Lewis Strawberry Nursery now has thousands of ripe red strawberries ready for you to pick and enjoy. 

Cape Fear seeing a major rise in high-end home sales

The Cape Fear experienced a major rise in luxury home sales towards the end of 2020, and the market boom is showing no sign of slowing down any time soon.