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New local magazine focuses on issues affecting men

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video Starting a business in a down economy can be risky but the creators of Men, Ink say there's a demand for their product. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Low early voting turnout costing taxpayers more than $7 per vote

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video It's your voice your vote and in most cases your money. Voting may not only be important to your rights but to your wallet, too. Full story...
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Residents petition against public housing in their backyard

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video Many Pine Valley residents are up in arms over a possible rezoning vote. The Wilmington Housing Authority wants to build public housing off John Barry Drive and 17th street. Nearby property owners are not happy and they're letting city council know it. Full story...
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BCC employee charged with indecent liberties with a minor

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A Brunswick Community College employee no longer has a job after being accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a 16-year-old girl. Full story...
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Operation Spring Brake racks up charges

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office teamed up with other law enforcement for Operation Spring Brake on Friday and Saturday. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Assault leaves Bladen County landlord in critical condition; suspect wanted

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An argument between a landlord and tenant ended with one person in the hospital and another on the run. Full story...
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UPDATE: Body found in Cape Fear River identified

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Wilmington Police are looking for answers after a grisly Sunday afternoon discovery. Wilmington Police say they have recovered the body 29-year-old Dennis Lotorie Anderson from the Cape Fear River. Full story...
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Poll: McCrory leads NC gubernatorial candidates in favorability marks

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Former Charlotte mayor Pat McCrory, a Republican candidate for North Carolina governor, is perceived more favorably by state residents than any of the top Democrats who also hope to win the office this fall, according to the latest Elon University Poll. Full story...
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