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CFCC breaks ground on new building

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Downtown Wilmington will soon have a glimpse of the past. Cape Fear Community College broke ground this morning for its Union Station building at the corner of Front and Red Cross Streets. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Federal court hears professor's appeal against UNCW

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video A federal appeals court in Virginia will consider a University of North Carolina at Wilmington associate professor's claim that he was denied a promotion because of his conservative Christian views. Katie is the only local reporter in Richmond and will have details of today's hearing coming up on WWAY NewsChannel 3 at 6. Full story...
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DOWNTOWN VIOLENCE: Mayor Saffo's answer... bar owners should take more responsibility

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The community is at odds over who should step up and help fight the ongoing violence downtown and it seems everyone is pointing a finger at someone else to come up with solutions. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Band Director charged with "sexting" sued students for "forking"

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video We learned today that the North Brunswick High School Band Director charged over the weekend with "sexting" a student sued three other students in 2008 for "forking." Mark Riel sued Noah K. Gotsch, Ethan C. Davis and Benjamin A.G. Lockyear in superior court, claiming the three "persecuted, harassed, intimidated and threatened" him. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Police release names of other stabbing victims

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Wilmington Police released the names of the other two stabbing victims from Sunday night. Police say 18-year-old Codey Cesar Guerrero 18, who's from Riegelwood, and 22-year-old Omar Rashad Williams who's from Wilmington, were both stabbed in front of the Rhino Club Sunday night. Full story...
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DOWNTOWN VIOLENCE: Double tragedy hits family

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We've learned that Taaron Quintel Jones, the 19-year-old stabbed and killed late Sunday night in front of the Rhino Club, was the half-brother of Queyshon King, the 17-year old New Hanover High School student killed New Year's Day in a car accident. Full story...
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State ABC aware probes focus on New Hanover board

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The state Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission on Tuesday acknowledged that the liquor board in New Hanover County is the focus of state and federal investigations - reports WRAL.com. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Police Department calls out TV station and newspaper for reporting robbery that may not have happened

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video Another Wilmington TV station reported this morning that six armed men had broken into an apartment and stolen a TV, computers, wallets and cell phones. The police officers who responded to the call say they smelled marijuana when they showed up and reported that the two "victims" waited 30 minutes before they called for help. Full story...
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TSA 'Not Capable' of detecting Moscow-like attack, critics say

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A $212-million federal program designed to spot suspected terrorists at American airports is "not capable of detecting what took place in Moscow," according to the chairman of the House Transportation Committee, Rep. John Mica, R-Florida. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Campus reacts to band director's 'sexting' arrest

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videoA well known high school band director is off the job tonight after landing in jail over the weekend. North Brunswick's Mark Riel is on administrative leave after allegations surfaced against him. Full story...
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