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UPDATE: No charges filed following attempted robbery

Wilmington Police said a 66-year-old man was taken into custody after an attempted bank robbery on Thursday.

Man accused of stealing $88K from Charlotte bank vault, posting photos on social media

If a bank trusts someone with keys to the vault, you would expect they would not try to steal and if they did, they would not brag about it online.

PNC brings mobile banking unit to Wilmington, Wells Fargo opens 3 brances

With power still out in many places hampering various services, one bank is bringing a mobile banking unit to help.

Wells Fargo: Mistake contributed to hundreds of foreclosures

Wells Fargo says a company mistake contributed to hundreds of foreclosures because it miscalculated customers' eligibility for mortgage modifications.

Wells Fargo fined $1B for mortgage, auto lending abuses

Wells Fargo will pay $1 billion to federal regulators to settle charges tied to misconduct at its mortgage and auto lending business.

Wells Fargo plans to close 800 more branches by 2020

The planned closings, announced on Friday, will leave Wells Fargo with about 5,000 branches. The bank closed more than 200 branches last year, but still finished the year with more than 5,800, the most in the United States.

Wells Fargo gives grant to honor company volunteer, cancer survivor

Connie Hill, an administrative assistant with Wells Fargo’s mortgage team, received a Wells Fargo Volunteer Service Award for her commitment to Lump to Laughter.

First Tee of Greater Wilmington gets $100,000 donation, cuts ribbon on new home

program designed to teach kids life skills and the game of golf has a new home thanks in part to this week's big event in Wilmington.

Wells Fargo mural unveiled at ILM ahead of golf championship

The Wells Fargo Community Mural Program and its local partners unveiled the newest mural at Wilmington's International airport.

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Sen. Tillis: Trump to extend offshore drilling pause to NC

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