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Police: Man with umbrella prompted ECU lockdown

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A three-hour lockdown at East Carolina University was triggered when a man carrying an umbrella was mistaken for a gunman. Full story...
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Carolina Beach Police Chief, Ocean Rescue leader resign

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Carolina Beach Police Chief William Younginer announced his retirement today. Alicia Lachance, who was in charge of the town's Ocean Rescue program, also resigned. Full story...
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WWAY NewsChannel 3 named Best Newscast in Carolinas

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WWAY NewsChannel 3 won eight awards at the Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas annual convention Saturday at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, including Best Newscast in the Carolinas. WWAY won top honors in six categories. The two silver awards came in categories in which the station won top awards. Full story...
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Columbus Co. woman pleads guilty to killing her boyfriend

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Mattie Kelly plead guilty to 2nd Degree Murder and 1st Degree Burglary in Columbus County. Ms. Kelly told the officer that she had just killed her boyfriend. Ms. Kelly then told the officer the name of her boyfriend, Edward Jerome Jackson, and the location of his body Full story...
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More than $64M goes to Hurricane Irene aid in NC

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More than $64 million has been approved for disaster aid in North Carolina in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene. Full story...
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Recount for Bolton mayor race Monday

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It may be more than a week since Election Day, but the election process is not over yet. In Columbus County, there's still some double-checking to be done for mayor in Bolton. Full story...
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NC lawmakers trade accusations again over layoffs

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State government data on how many laid-off public workers in North Carolina are getting severance are raising questions about how many people no longer have jobs under the budget pushed through by Republicans lawmakers. Full story...
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County looks for public feedback on Carolina Beach Rd. signs

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Last night Wilmington City Council decided to hold off on making a decision on an ordinance restricting signs at businesses. Tomorrow New Hanover County leaders look for public input on a similar law. Full story...
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