Friday night the Brunswick County Public Health released new information in a press release stating that three new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the county and that one person had died. The victim was not a county resident and tested positive while visiting.
Governor Cooper announced today that he is issuing an executive order that all public venues in North Carolina are to close and all K-12 public schools will be closing Monday, March 16th for at least two weeks.
Beach communities along the Cape Fear coast are making preparations ahead of Hurricane Dorian’s expected arrival. The following is critical information for residents who plan to stay through the storm, and for those who are planning to evacuate.
A strong law enforcement presence and dozens of family members watched as Chauny Askew entered a courtroom Friday wearing a bulletproof vest. The judge approved District Attorney Jon David’s request to seek the death penalty in his case.
The State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement confirmed several pieces of information surrounding the investigation into potential elections fraud in the Ninth Congressional District race, including the fact that the political committee of Bladen County Sheriff James McVicker received a subpoena
A man says his son woke him up and told him there was a fire in the front room of their home. They both made it out safely, but the fire badly damaged the family's home near Evans Street and Princess Place Drive in Wilmington.
More than 140 people who have been in a shelter since Hurricane Florence hit southeastern North Carolina last month will have to move twice in a matter of days, after local government rejected the use of a shelter location in Leland.