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The North Brunswick Scorpions made it all the way to the 2-A state finals last year in baseball. Most of last year's players are back for North Brunswick. We made a stop in Leland on Thursday night to check out North's home game against arch-rival West Brunswick. Flight 22 held a fundraiser on Thursday for the upcoming Big Shots season. Plus more! Full story...
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Former WBA heavyweight champion of the world Bonecrusher Smith will host a golf tournament on Monday at the River Landing Golf Club in Wallace. Smith says entries are still being accepted. Full story...
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The SE Elite 24 Classic will be held on Saturday at Ashley High School. Admission will be $10. Several of the best senior basketball players from our region are slated to play. Full story...
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Elections officials told the North Carolina General Assembly this week they found hundreds of instances where a person with the same name, birthday, and last four digits of their social security number voted in North Carolina and somewhere else. Full story...
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Live singing and a fashion show lit up the stage at this year's fun filled event, raising thousands of dollars for the Make a Wish Foundation. Full story...
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Thursday afternoon Wilmington Junior League and Nourish NC partnered to fight hunger among New Hanover County students. The group assembled boxes filled with 12 days worth of food, which will be given to more than 300 elementary, middle, and high school students. Full story...
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After a month-long investigation, Wilmington Police arrested a validated gang member after tracking him via his electronic monitoring device and searching three Wilmington homes. Full story...
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A few weeks ago we found out staff at the Wilmington Police Department are not happy with their jobs according to an employee study. Today we got the written responses from that survey that show the good, the bad and the ugly. Full story...
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It's less than a week until the Azalea Festival. That means it's "Plant an Azalea Week." The event kicked off this morning in Wilmington. Full story...
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Area designers get to show off their creativity while people hungry for fashion and a good time enjoy wonderful events all weekend long. Money raised benefits a local outreach program for children Full story...
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The North Carolina Board of Elections is investigating hundreds of cases where voters appear to have cast 2012 ballots in two states. Full story...
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The Wilmington Hammerheads held a meet and greet on Wednesday night. It was the first of numerous meet and greets the team plans to hold in 2014. UNCW fell behind early against Coastal Carolina in baseball, but the Seahawks managed to pull out a victory at Brooks Field. We were there for that along with UNCW-Coastal Carolina softball, Hoggard-Cape Fear Academy tennis and a signing ceremony at New Hanover. Plus more Full story...
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