C.C. Spaulding, as he was known, became one of the most influential African-American businessmen in the 20th Century — running a multi-million dollar insurance company in Durham called North Carolina Mutual.
‘Dark Waters,’ a movie about contaminated waters in West Virginia hit the big screen in Wilmington Tuesday night. In the film, lead actor Mark Ruffalo plays a lawyer who helps break the case involving DuPont’s dumping of illegal waste.
Nearly a year and a half after Hurricane Florence dumped catastrophic rainfall on Southeastern North Carolina, leaders in Bladen County are moving to prevent future damaging flooding in at least one part of the community.
Wilmington saw a deadly streak of gang violence and word of serial rapist downtown sent shock waves through the Port City, but the 2019 statistics show Wilmington is statistically safer than ever before.
Reggie Shuford has made a career out of fighting for civil rights. As Executive Director of the ACLU of Pennsylvania, Reggie now looks back at his childhood in Wilmington and remembers facing many of the same wrongs he has since tried to right in court.
As the investigation continues into Peter Frank, the Roland Grise Middle School teacher charged with 12 counts of indecent liberties with a child or student, a new state law aimed at reducing sexual abuse of children comes into sharp focus for one of the legislators behind it.
6-8 grade students at Cedar Grove Middle School in Supply are getting ready for a Science Olympiad March 7 at UNCW. Their teacher, Patricia Gilliand, is asking for donation on the Donors Choose website to purchase tools to help them get prepared.
Randy Gallagher, also known as the "Turtleman," travels all across the Carolinas setting up in empty lots at busy intersections with his African spurred tortoises. He has about a half dozen of the turtles that he allows children to ride.