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Man arrested for having gun, fake credentials

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When Perritt Alford picked up his child from school on Wednesday a student noticed a gun on his belt. Agents searched Alford's house and found several fraudulent US Marshal and police badges, IDs, and other items. Full story...
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Area homeless number down from last year

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The numbers are in for the tri-county's homeless population, and the news is encouraging. Full story...
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Brunswick County sees first murder of 2008

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Brunswick County Sheriff Ron Hewett says the suspect went into a home where some of his family members were sleeping. Full story...
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Attorney General warns of foreclosure scam

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The state Attorney General's office has a warning. The warning comes after a company in Florida offered foreclosure assistance to some North Carolina residents, but did little or nothing to help them. Full story...
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Students get doses of reality, mad science

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Some Wilmington eighth graders got a dose of reality Friday. The Reality Store opened Friday morning at Williston Middle School. A couple of miles away at Eaton Elementary School mad scientists took over. Full story...
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Four new hotels planned for Brunswick County

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Brunswick County may be giving Wilmington's hotel industry some competition, with four hotels on the way within the next year. Full story...
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Man to serve time, lose property for burning motel

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The man who once ran the Town and Country Motel in Belville will now serve at least three years behind bars, and will likely lose all of his property. Full story...
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Duplin County family runs assisted living home

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videoThis month we're sharing the stories not only of the African-Americans who have made history, but also of those who are working to change the future. Full story...
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Councilman Thompson wants to be commissioner

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Wilmington City Councilman Jason Thompson says he wants to be a county commissioner. Full story...
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NC attorneys say House, committee has power to investigate Wright

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State attorneys the North Carolina House of Representatives has the authority to investigate lawmaker Thomas Wright and can punish or expel him from the chamber if it chooses. Full story...
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State of Columbus County

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Many local counties are dealing with growth. The subject was one of the main topics during Columbus County's state of the county address Thursday. Full story...
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Boy donates hair to Locks of Love

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After three years of being confused for a girl, Skyler finally grew the ten inches of hair he needed to donate. Full story...
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Officials discuss 5 heroin deaths

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videoThose in the know met today to discuss the problem of heroin in our area. So far five people have died from the drug since early December. Full story...
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Cape Fear 2020: Senior Health

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videoThe population is booming all across the cape fear region. Many of those newcomers include people who come here to retire. In today's Cape Fear 2020 report we take a closer look at how the aging population will be served in the years to come and on the future of local senior services and housing. Full story...
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Port City Java ranks in top 50 franchises

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Look out Starbucks, a local coffee franchise is offering some strong competition. Full story...
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