Robert Downey, Jr. spotted in Wilm.; $20K spent on ads against ballpark; tracking Beryl

Robert Downey, Jr. in Wilmington
Robert Downey, Jr. in Wilmington

Film crews with Iron Man 3 wrapped up in downtown Wilmington today a little earlier than expected, but not before Robert Downey, Jr. was spotted in the area.

WECT is staying on the track of Tropical Depression Beryl. Tonight, First Alert Meteorologist Robb Ellis will show you when you can expect to see the storm's heaviest rains. You can also keep an eye on its projected path by clicking here.

A group against using taxpayer dollars to build a baseball stadium in Wilmington held a press conference this afternoon, where it was announced that they had pitched in $20,000 on media to buy an ad against using taxpayer money for baseball.

Can you imagine what it would be like if your town's entire police department consisted of one officer? That's the case in one local town.

And the deliberating continues. The jury in the John Edwards campaign corruption trial reconvened for a seventh day. The judge had given the panel a stern warning not to talk about the case over the weekend.

Be sure to tune in tonight starting at 5:00! We'll have more on why you might want pay extra attention to the water quality of some pools if you plan on swimming this summer; how some places are planning on prepping for Beryl; a person facing a drunk driving charge for plowing through a 90-year old woman's house and much more.

-Jon Evans