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Teacher’s racist rant on Zoom recorded by 12-year-old’s parent

The mother of a Black 12-year-old boy has filed a claim against a Southern California school district after her son’s teacher went on a half-hour tirade laced with racism and profanity.

NHCS to make Zoom lessons available for 30 days

Some families have experienced difficulty participating in live Zoom classes because of scheduling, child care, and technology issues.

Virtual AARP Coastal Inspiration Awards Feb. 19 hosted by WWAY anchors

Good Morning Carolina anchor Donna Gregory and meteorologist Ramel Carpenter host this year's virtual awards

A virtual cocktail party keeps you social, but socially distant

A virtual cocktail party to help you maintain social distance, but stay socially connected.

Attorney’s cat filter faux pas brings instant internet fame

Texas attorney Rod Ponton’s appearance as a fluffy kitten during an online court hearing provided a moment of levity to a Zoom-fatigued world. But that specific, adorable filter may be tough to find for anyone looking to replicate the viral moment.

Alone at Christmas: Psychologist shares how to be alone and happy

According to clinical psychologist, Dr. Erika Geisler, being alone is ok... but it's still important to connect with others.

Zoom to remove time limits over holidays

As health officials urge Americans not to travel home for the holidays, Zoom said it was removing the time limit for meetings on free accounts during certain holidays this year.

Shallotte P.E. Teacher wins state award

A Cape Fear area teacher has won the NC Physical Education Teacher of the Year Award.

Authorities investigating ‘Zoom bombing’ of North Carolina church

Authorities are investigating after someone committed a so-called “Zoom-bombing” of a North Carolina church’s virtual worship service.

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Nonprofit assistance grant program

The nonprofit grant program will provide $700,000 in assistance to the nonprofit community in New Hanover County, allocated through grants of no less than $10,000 and up to $50,000 per organization.

AP-NORC poll: Most unvaccinated Americans don’t want shots

Those findings underscore the challenges facing public health officials as soaring infections in some states again threaten to overwhelm hospitals.

Search for bodies concludes at Florida condo collapse site

Firefighters have officially ended their search for bodies in the debris of the collapsed Surfside condo building.

Wilmington Police investigating shooting on Metting Road

A Wilmington Police spokesman said officers responded to a call about a shooting in the 3600 block of Metting Road just before 3 p.m. this afternoon.