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Wounded Warrior chasing a dream on the links

St. James Plantation assistant golf professional Ben Wilson has overcome many things in his life. Two weeks ago he was honored by being selected to play in the 2019 Bush Institute Warrior Open.

Town launches buy-a-brick fundraiser to aid in memorial construction

The town is selling personalized bricks for $50 each.They are offering 3 levels of sponsorship for business’s as well.

Charity golf tournament gets ready tee off

Director of the Shallotte Presbyterian charity golf tournament Wayne Tillman sat down with Donna Gregory to talk about the tournament.

Environmentalists to county commissioners: ‘No offshore drilling!’

Southport Indivisible and Brunswick Environmental Action Team, or BEAT, marched outside the Brunswick County Commission Chambers Monday night before entering the meeting and speaking out against offshore drilling.

Brunswick County commission votes to dissolve Leland EMS

Brunswick County will cut ties with an emergency medical service provider after a decision by county commissioners Monday night.

Dozens gets SKYWARN storm spotter training at WWAY Event Center

Dozens of Cape Fear residents interested in learning how to forecast, track, and report weather events are now storm spotter trained.

First system of 2019 Atlantic hurricane season forms

Subtropical storm Andrea, the first named storm of the Atlantic season, has formed hundred miles southwest of Bermuda.

Dangerous storm sweeps Southern Plains, spawning tornadoes

Officials closed schools, evacuated military aircraft and issued high-water warnings Monday with another round of severe weather potentially including tornadoes forecast for the Southern Plains.

Police release name of man hospitalized after water rescue in Emerald Isle

One of four swimmers pulled from rough waters at an Emerald Isle beach on Sunday remains in critical condition

County approves contract for historic courthouse repairs

New Hanover County commissioners approved a contract of more than $400,000 for construction to repair the historic courthouse downtown.

Man wanted for allegedly stealing former senator’s car

A man who has had prior legal troubles with R.C. Soles is now accused of stealing the former state senator's Mercedes.

Brunswick teacher wins lottery contest, puts money towards other teacher’s project

Out of thousands of applicants around the state, one Brunswick County teacher never expected to be nominated for a hero award much less win.

WPD: Higher crimes in public housing communities

Three murders in Wilmington, since January 1st. They all happened in the Creekwood South Apartment community. It's a neighborhood that in recent years has worked to shed its negative image.

Person injured after being hit by car in Carolina Beach

The Carolina Beach Police Department says one person was hurt after being hit by a car this weekend.

Ford sees twisting road ahead, cuts 7K white-collar jobs

Ford revealed details of its long-awaited restructuring plan Monday as it prepared for a future of electric and autonomous vehicles by parting ways with 7,000 white-collar workers worldwide, about 10 percent of its global salaried workforce.

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