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Randy to the Rescue: 5 Things Under $20

This week Randy shows you five ways to bring spring into your home under $20 each.

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ONLY ON 3: Artist, environmental group battle over donated painting

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video A Wilmington environmental group is accused of an art heist. The artist claims the non-profit Save the Cape is using his painting in a way it was not intended, and now the group won't give it back. Full story...
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Diligence sets sail Thursday morning

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After being home in the Port City for a couple months, the Coast Guard Cutter Diligence is heading back out to sea. Full story...
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New CFCC parking deck is also art gallery

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Students will see than cars in Cape Fear Community College's new parking deck. They can also check out a new art gallery. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Maritime Museum's periscope provides whole new view

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Visitors to the North Carolina Maritime Museum in Southport can now see things in a whole new way. The museum installed a periscope through its roof this morning. Full story...
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Grooms guilty of murder, apologizes to victims' family

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video A jury of eight women and four men found Thomas Grooms guilty of two counts of second degree murder, two counts of felony death by motor vehicle, one count of reckless driving and one count of open container in the accident that killed Trey and David Doolittle last April. The judge sentenced Grooms to 24-30 years in jail for his crimes. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. detention officer fired after drug arrest

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A Brunswick County detention officer found himself on the wrong side of the jailhouse bars today. Full story...
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School district says despite recent staff arrests, students safe at school

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video An Ashley High School teachers assistant is out of jail after being charged with indecent liberties with a 17-year-old girl. He's the second TA at a New Hanover County High School charged with a crime against a student this month. Full story...
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