WILMINGTON, N.C. (WFXB) – A Wilmington police sergeant is shown on video instructing a citizen who was pulled over for a traffic stop that he is not allowed to record the interaction due to a new state law. But, there is no such law in North Carolina. Jesse Bright is an Uber driver. In February, he was sent to pick up a…
Man On The Strand: Nostalgia
There are many things of the past that today’s kids don’t understand, and Tyler hits the streets to find out what you think. Plus, Greg and Abbi talk about what today’s kids have never had to deal with…like life without a cell phone!
Old School Struggles Kids Today Just Don't Understand
Kids are surrounded by technology almost every second of the day, and so Greg and Abbi take a trip down memory lane to recall some of the things that today’s generation of kids will never understand. For example…passing notes in class, reading paper maps, not knowing who the incoming call was from, circling your wish list in a catalog, using…
'Pokemon Go' Causing Real-World Injuries
The new ‘Pokemon Go’ app has surpassed Tinder as the most popular app, but unfortunately it’s coming at a cost. Various incidents across the country have officials worried. A Wyoming teen was led to a dead body from the app, and a teen in Missouri was robbed after being lured to an isolated area.
Man Divorces Wife After Wedding For Spending Too Much Time On Phone
A man has had enough of his wife on her phone! The man has filed for divorce JUST after they got married because his bride spent too much time on her phone.
Drivers in accidents could risk losing license for refusing to submit phone to testing
New York proposes bill to allow police to use ‘textalyzer’ to access smartphones. The bill would give police permission to use the device to search any portable device at car crash scene to determine if it was used at time of accident.
This southern mom took punishment to a whole new level. She blew up her kids’ phones… literally.
Phone cases come in all shapes and sizes but the most controversial type are the gun-shaped ones. Concerned that the case could add to the uncertainty of confrontation with suspects, states across the country are calling for a ban on gun-shaped phone cases. Illinois could become the first.