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Sheriff Hewett not at scheduled testimony

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videoToday is the day Brunswick County Sheriff Ron Hewett was scheduled to testify before a federal grand jury in Raleigh, but the sheriff isn't there. Sheriff Hewett will not say why he isn't there -- only that he'll be working in Brunswick County the rest of the week. Hewett along with a number of other employees from the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office were issued subpoenas June 7. Full story...
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Approved budget to raise taxes, parking costs

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videoTuesday night Wilmington City Council approved the budget for next year. Wilmington residents will pay about half a cent more in taxes to cover City costs. And they'll also pay a bit more to park in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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16-year-old marries her coach, family speaks out

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videoThe mother of a Brunswick County 16-year-old who married her High School Coach is speaking out. Full story...
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Drumming Up "Spirit"

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videoSpirit Drum and Bugle Corps from Jacksonville State University performs at North Brunswick High School. Full story...
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Local film business is booming

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videoOne of the TV series considering calling Wilmington home is Lifetime's 'Army Wives.' The series may leave South Carolina, because filming perks are better here. Full story...
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Girls Gone Wild hits downtown Wilmington

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videoIt'll be a high publicity night downtown for one local bar, but will that be a good thing for Wilmington's image? At "Olive or Twist" nightclub downtown it's going to get pretty wild tonight. The crew from Girls Gone Wild will be rolling its cameras hoping to get some footage of wild co-eds. Full story...
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City completes Hewlette's Creek stormwater wetland

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Tuesday the City of Wilmington celebrated the official completion of something that is hoped will help the water quality on Hewlett's Creek. Full story...
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Man drowns at Ocean Isle Beach

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For the second time in a week a local beach has had to deal with one of its patrons drowning. Full story...
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Dental unit offering free care in Brunswick County

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Brunswick County kids are getting work on their smile, even if they can't afford it. The Health Department has set up a mobile dental unit outside Supply Elementary. The Board of Health approved funding for the clinic to help uninsured children. Full story...
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Police investigating suspicious death

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Police are investigating what they're calling a suspicious death at Crosswinds apartment complex. Police say a Hispanic woman in her twenties was shot in the head and that a Hispanic man came out of the apartment covered in blood saying his wife or girlfriend had shot herself. Full story...
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Judge to suspend Nifong on Tuesday

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A Durham County judge says he plans to suspend Mike Nifong today after learning that the disgraced prosecutor who pursued the false Duke lacrosse rape case planned to stay in office another month. Full story...
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Governor Easley in town

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videoThe governor came to New Hanover County today and NewsChannel 3 had the chance to ask him about hot topics around the state right now. Full story...
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Duke lacrosse prosecutor Mike Nifong to leave office in July

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videoDisgraced Durham County DA Mike Nifong says he'll stay in office another month. He submitted a resignation letter today, just two days after he was disbarred for unethical conduct in the Duke lacrosse case. Full story...
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How to cure summer stings

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videoJelly fish, poison ivy and bee stings -- just a few unavoidable parts of summertime. People say that they've used everything from meat tenderizer to hot sauce to cure jelly fish stings. With summer fun comes the not so fun parts, to name a few: jelly fish stings, bee stings and poison ivy. Full story...
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Hospital celebrates 40-year anniversary

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videoWilmington's main medical center is celebrating a birthday. New Hanover Regional Medical Center has 40 years of service behind it. Full story...
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