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Flight 22 to host 10th annual MLK Day Jam

Flight 22 basketball is set to hosts the 10th annual MLK Jam on Monday at Heide Trask high school.

String of pins leads North Brunswick wrestling past Hoggard

Five straight pins through the middle weight led North Brunswick wrestling to the duel win over Hoggard on Thursday night.

Second half run leads Hofstra past UNCW mens basketball

A big run in the second half fueled Hofstra mens basketball to the 87-72 win over UNCW.

Trump denies Pelosi aircraft for trip after leaders scuffle over State of the Union

She imperiled his State of the Union address. He denied her an aircraft to visit troops abroad.

Shutdown pulls the tap on craft breweries from releasing new beers in cans

The shutdown of the federal government has impacted parks, non profits, airports, and even local craft breweries.

Living shoreline prevents erosion, promotes education

Thursday morning, volunteers began constructing a 60-foot-long living shoreline in Sunset Beach.

Whitestocking residents welcome truckload of donations from Pennsylvania

It has been more than four months since Hurricane Florence hit, and many communities are still struggling.

New director named at NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher

Fatzinger began serving as the new Aquarium Director in early January.

Famous NC eatery Bill Ellis Barbecue closes suddenly

A popular barbecue restaurant in Wilson closed unexpectedly Wednesday.

Two Brunswick County towns could merge together in 2020

Carolina Shores may undergo some changes in the next year. The primarily residential town is considering the possibility of annexation.

New photos from Horry Co. Sheriff’s Office van drowning incident released

New photos from the Horry County Sheriff's Office van drowning incident have been released by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.

Judge acquits 3 Chicago officers of Laquan McDonald cover-up

A judge on Thursday acquitted three Chicago police officers of trying to cover up the 2014 police shooting of black teenager Laquan McDonald to try to protect another officer who pulled the trigger.

Boy suspended for unintentionally using counterfeit money in lunch line

A 12-year-old Georgia boy says he was unfairly suspended by school officials after he tried to buy lunch with a $20 bill that turned out to be fake.

Subway employee caught in photo putting bare feet near food prep area

A disturbing photo went viral over the weekend showing a Michigan Subway employee dangling her bare feet over a counter near food storage.

SC man accused of throwing hot coffee at McDonald’s employee arrested

Police have arrested the man who they say threw hot coffee on an employee at a McDonald's in South Carolina because he was upset over the wait.

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