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Wilmington Police investigate shooting near Echo Farms

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Wilmington Police are investigating a shooting off Carolina Beach Road near Echo Farms. Full story...
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Help for the Holidays One-Day Blitz Friday at Krispy Kreme

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videoWhen it comes to food donations for the Salvation Army, WWAY steps in every year to help. And it's your chance to give and receive this holiday season. Full story...
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Two arrested for larceny charges

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Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Unit arrested two people Tuesday on larceny charges. Full story...
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McCrory talks after AP report alleges he accepted payout

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Gov. Pat McCrory is firing back at critics after a news story published statewide raised questions about his ethics. Full story...
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Miami doctor faces sex abuse charges in Brunswick County

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Robert Kemp Crockett III, a doctor at Miami Children's Hospital, has been charged with indecent liberties with a child in Brunswick County. Full story...
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Leland man charged with running from truck with Red Cross sign

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Investigators say a man initially suspected of possibly trying to scam people by posing as part of the Red Cross has been charged after allegedly running away from a traffic stop. Full story...
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David Rouzer meets Wilmington city leaders, discusses goals

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US Representative-elect David Rouzer stopped in the Port City Wednesday to discuss the priorities of the Cape Fear region with Wilmington city leaders. Full story...
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Harpo saves Christmas at Brunswick Cove

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videoThe folks at Brunswick Cove Nursing Home have a fantastic holiday season in store this year, and they are saying it is all thanks to a four legged Christmas miracle named Harpo. Full story...
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NC school board looks at virtual charter schools

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North Carolina's statewide school board could decide next month whether it's time to launch the state's first online charter schools run by companies and depending heavily on parents or other adults to guide students. Full story...
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