If you have an ear for frogs and toads the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher needs your help.
A chilling, first-of-its-kind PSA is set to air during the Super Bowl Sunday night, raising awareness of domestic violence. The NFL teamed up with the No More campaign to make the minute-long spot.
On Friday, fourth-grade students from Williamsburg Elementary School had the chance to explore a replica of the very first one-room school house. 03:22 PM
Authorities tell local news outlets that 22-year-old William Earl Hewett of Southport got out of the jail after he posed as another inmate late Thursday. Hewett was in jail on charges that included assault with a deadly weapon, kidnapping, and communicating threats. 11:05 AM
The National Retail Federation expects total spending to top $14 billion nationwide. 02:44 PM
Caldwell County Republican leaders chose former state Rep. George Robinson on Thursday night to succeed veteran lawmaker Edgar Starnes in the 87th House District. Robinson defeated Starnes' wife Marilyn. Edgar Starnes left the legislature to work for State Treasurer Janet Cowell. 10:36 AM
Are you going wild waiting to see who’s going to win Super Bowl 49 this Sunday? Well, you are not the only one. 07:42 AM
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2015 North American International Auto Show
Our Ed Keiner shares some of his favorite highlights from this year's 2015 North American International Auto Show.
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The legal battle to challenge the state's controversial voter ID law is starting to take shape. The actual trial is still months away, but motions are being heard today from both sides in Wake County. 05:15 PM
More than 800 students have signed up to participate in the rally. The controversy is not just about the name of the building, but it's also centered around a statue of a confederate soldier that sits on campus. 07:13 AM
Police have charged a 73-year-old Shallotte woman with animal cruelty after Brunswick County deputies rescued 27 cats and dogs from her home. 01/29/2015 05:03 PM
The city hall is just a few feet away from the nearly 70-year-old city hall building. 01/29/2015 06:17 PM
The Department of Health and Human Services released its newest numbers on Thursday. So far 137 people in North Carolina have died from the virus this season, passing last year’s total. Most of the deaths have occurred in people age 65 and older. 01/29/2015 12:50 PM