The head coach for the UNCW Women's Soccer team, Paul Cairney, has been placed on administrative leave with pay.
Starting Wednesday, Water Street in downtown Wilmington will close between Grace and Chestnut Streets.
The Pleasure Island Disaster Relief fund has raised nearly $30,000 since the January 8th deadly fire that killed one woman and displaced dozens.
Thanks to a 3-D technology and doctors at New Hanover Regional Medical Center, a local 2-year-old was able to have skull surgery to give him a better life.
It's been years since Pender County Utilities started plans to bring more water to the area in an effective way. They are now trying to make it a reality.
The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office is investigating after investigators say a child accidentally shot a BB gun at a school bus this afternoon.
Bladen County's Emergency Services Director Bradley Kinlaw says they have made sure their equipment is running and working properly ahead of possible wintry weather.
It's a choice between your health and your safety, or at least that's what people who pushed to make marijuana legal in Ohio say. They feel the federal law tramples on states' rights.
Beth Quinn, a Wilmington civic leader who co-founded the She ROCKS ovarian cancer foundation and served as its president, died Wednesday after a long battle with the disease.
It's been nearly 10 months since UNCW and Charleston squared off in the 2017 CAA Men's Basketball Championship game at the North Charleston Coliseum, and the stakes will be high again when the two clubs meet Thursday at TD Arena.
Coach Karen Barefoot and the UNCW women's basketball team will play in their annual Pink Game on Sunday, Jan. 21, when the Seahawks welcome James Madison to Trask Coliseum for a 2 p.m. Colonial Athletic Association tilt.
A Pender County Sheriff's deputy has resigned after law enforcement say he fraudulently returned TVs to Walmart in Porter's Neck and Burgaw.
Many casual UNCW fans may not recognize the name Daniel Etoroma. But he has actually been with this team since last year where he was a practice player for the Seahawks. This season, his role is beginning to change.
Investigators are looking into whether an NFL agent violated North Carolina's sports agents law by contacting a Tar Heels football player despite not being registered with the state.