Clint Bullock was born in Chapel Hill (Go Heels!) but was raised in Southeastern North Carolina in the tiny town of Tabor City. After graduating from UNCW (Go Seahawks!) in 2002, he started his career in news at WECT as a production assistant before becoming a full-time video editor. In 2007, he left WECT for the big city life of Raleigh after accepting a job at WRAL. It wasn’t long after his move that he began my family in Tabor City as well as his second-home in Wilmington. The pull to come back home was too strong and he rejoined WECT in late 2008 as a video editor. Nowadays, he's part of our digital team and help oversee our website, mobile apps, and social media accounts. When he's not at work, Clint enjoys spending time with family, watching movies, listening to music, and being lazy at the beach. He's always looking for new friends and new story ideas! Feel free to send him an email or message on Twitter.
The Lake Waccamaw Police Department is asking for the public’s help to track down the vandals who spray painted a sign honoring a Columbus County teenager who died in a tragic boating accident in 2016.
Citing extensive damage from Hurricane Florence and declining baby deliveries, officials with Cape Fear Valley Health announced on Thursday that Bladen County Hospital’s Family Birth Center will not reopen.