6 days ago
0 Comments for this article

Ways to protect your fall garden from cold temperatures

Temperatures are getting colder and leaves are starting to change which means your outdoor plants are becoming more at risk to the wrath of Mother Nature.
Shoot a Snake Bill
4 weeks ago
0 Comments for this article

2 most populous North Carolina counties tops in snake bites

North Carolina's two most populous counties lead the state in snake bites, and experts say increased development and a mild winter are to blame.
4 weeks ago
0 Comments for this article

Chimney Rock closed after section of retaining wall collapsed

Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park is closed until further notice after a retaining wall collapsed during Monday's storms.
1 month ago
0 Comments for this article

Winter Outlook: What forecasters predict for upcoming season

Forecasters at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center released the U.S. Winter Outlook Thursday.
1 month ago
0 Comments for this article

‘Fire devil’ blazing tornado caught on camera in Portugal

The phenomenon, which is also commonly known as a fire devil, or fire whirl is a whirlwind induced by a fire and often made up of flame or ash.
Boiling Spring Lakes wildfire
1 month ago
0 Comments for this article

Experts: Wildfire season should be better in North Carolina

Experts say this year should be better than last year for wildfires in western North Carolina, when more than 50 blazes burned thousands of acres.
2 months ago
0 Comments for this article

Car fills with water in Leland parking lot, forces driver out

 A car took on water in Leland this morning forcing the driver out of it.
2 months ago
0 Comments for this article

Irma loses hurricane status but keeps spreading misery

Hurricane Irma weakened to a still-dangerous tropical storm Monday as it pushed inland, triggering record flooding in Florida's northeastern corner, while rescuers in its soggy, wind-battered wake mobilized to reach victims and learn the full extent of the damage.
3 months ago
0 Comments for this article

Surf City town leaders monitoring beach for erosion after storm

SURF CITY, NC (WWAY) — Surf City town leaders are keeping an eye out for erosion on the beach over the next couple of days. The Cape Fear may not have gotten a tropical storm, but the weather system did bring rough water and higher tides. Surf City Spokesman Allan Libby said the town pushed sand […]
3 months ago
0 Comments for this article

Pender County urges residents to prepare for possible tropical storm

Pender County Emergency Management is urging residents to prepare for possible power outages and flooding in certain areas.