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‘Harbor at the Lake’ program providing temporary safe housing for kids in at-risk situations

The Boys and Girls Home in Lake Waccamaw is changing lives around the community one child at a time. A newly-renovated facility is providing temporary safe housing to children in dangerous situations. 

Columbus County Sheriff’s Office adding satellite location in old Acme-Delco Middle School building

The Columbus County Sheriff's Office is planning to add a satellite station in Delco to more effectively serve residents in the eastern part of the county. 

Zack ‘Southpaw’ Hunter learns how to heal with ink

Wilmington tattoo artist Zack 'Southpaw' Hunter took a life-changing experience and learned he has much to give to the world.  

St. James woodworkers to donate handcrafted gifts to Brunswick County Toys for Tots

A special group of Santa's elves have been working hard for the  past several weeks working on a unique project for children in the Cape Fear.

‘King Tide’ leads to record-breaking tides & flooding along the Cape Fear coast

The Cape Fear experiences King Tides every year when the moon is closest to the earth, causing an increase in tide levels. But the Wilmington National Weather Service says this year's King Tide was elevated thanks to the right ingredients coming together. 

Duke Energy trimming trees in Wrightsville Beach to cut down on future power outages

Although hurricane season officially ends in just 22 days, Duke Energy is making preparations in Wrightsville Beach for a project they hope will mitigate power outages during future storms.

Christmas tree lighting event coming to Hampstead Kiwanis Park

For the first time, Hampstead Kiwanis Park and the Hampstead community will celebrate a Christmas Tree Lighting event on Dec. 3, starting at 6 p.m. Holiday music will begin with a local choir and a soloist at 6:30 p.m.

New Hanover County Fire Rescue’s annual Fill the Boot fundraiser happening this week

New Hanover County Fire Rescue (NHCFR) will continue its long tradition of support for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) as they kick off the annual Fill the Boot fundraising campaign on Wednesday.

Pajama Jams helping kids in the community one pair at a time

'PJs for the Holidays' kicks off today hoping to bring thousands of pairs of pajamas to children in the Cape Fear for the holidays.

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Subway employee accused of stealing money from register; faces 24 counts of larceny

A now former Subway employee is accused of stealing money from the cash register on numerous occasions.

Student forced to clean school bathroom with toothbrush, grandmother says

A 9-year-old girl was told to clean a South Carolina elementary school bathroom with a toothbrush after she put too much tissue in the toilet, according to her grandmother.

Rittenhouse murder case thrown into jeopardy by mistrial bid

The murder case against Kyle Rittenhouse was thrown into jeopardy Wednesday when his lawyers asked for a mistrial over what appeared to be out-of-bounds questions asked of Rittenhouse by the chief prosecutor.

NC Marine heroes get mortgage of new house paid off in full

A Marine couple in Jacksonville, North Carolina, learned on national television that their new house had been fully paid off.