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Whiteville native makes it to American Idol

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

‘Jeopardy!’ is coming back this January

The new season of "Jeopardy!" -- the first without the late Alex Trebek as host -- will begin airing January 11, 2021.

Fred Willard, the comedic improv-style actor, has died at 86

Fred Willard, the comedic actor whose improv style kept him relevant for more than 50 years in films like “This Is Spinal Tap,” “Best In Show” and “Anchorman,” has died.

Alabama Public Television won’t run ‘Arthur’ gay wedding

Alabama Public Television has chosen not to air an episode of the PBS children's show "Arthur" because it included a same-sex wedding.

Swofford: August launch of ACC TV channel ‘on schedule’

Atlantic Coast Conference commissioner John Swofford says "everything is on schedule" for the August launch of the league's TV channel.

ABC’s ‘Modern Family’ to end next year after 11 seasons

ABC's "Modern Family," the five-time Emmy Award winner for best comedy, will end its run next year after 11 seasons.

CBS: Sunday NFL game ratings up 8 percent from last season

CBS announced on Monday that its Sunday afternoon NFL package posted an 8 percent increase over last season.

‘Black Lightning’ star coming to Wilmington next year

A CW star is coming to Wilmington next year.

Judge: White House must return CNN’s Jim Acosta’s credential

A federal judge on Friday ordered the Trump administration to immediately return the White House press credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta.

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Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington announces new principal

The Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington has announced that Kate Tayloe will serve as the school's new principal.

Wilmington Police investigating stabbing

Wilmington Police are investigating after one person was stabbed on Alabama Avenue this afternoon.

To mask or not to mask? Parents weigh in on kids wearing masks in the classroom

Students are headed back to school soon and parents continue to ask a lot of questions about masks in the classroom.

20-28 year prison sentence for 2017 armed robbery spree

The second-degree kidnapping convictions stemmed from the robbers leaving the victims either in back rooms or zip-tied after the robberies.