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Grand jury to decide 'Black Widow' fate

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The infamous black widow may soon be charged with a crime that lives up to her name. Brunswick County authorities say a grand jury is being convened in Oklahoma City to decide whether to indict Sandra Bridewell on murder charges. Full story...
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Four sentenced for conspiracy, armed bank robbery

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Four local people have been sentenced by a federal judge for conspiracy and armed bank robbery. Roman Graham, Michael Blackman, Lecresa Slappy and Diana Howard robbed a BB&T bank in Reigelwood in November of 2005. Full story...
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State to standardize animal euthanasia practices

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videoIt's been in the works for years, and Wednesday, the state is one step closer to standardizing euthanasia practices at county animal shelters. The goal is to ensure the process is as humane as possible. Currently the guidelines for euthanizing animals vary widely from county to county. Full story...
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Team in Training program runs for charity

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videoA group of runners is training for a special cause. The Team in Training program runs for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. They're dedicated to running the 26.2 miles to raise money for blood cancer research. DONATE HERE
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Town leaders may be on board to re-zone Hugo Neu site

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As it is now, the property where the Hugo Neu corporation once was going to build a dump, is still zoned for a landfill. That's why some elected leaders wanted to rezone the land, by whatever means necessary, even a forced de-annextion. Full story...
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Feds stepping in to handle counterfeit case

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videoFederal agents are stepping in to handle the case of a man arrested over the weekend for using counterfeit money. US Secret Service agents say they're preparing to take over the case and say the man accused could face some stiff penalties. Full story...
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Brunswick County fixing emergency radio problem

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Yesterday we told you about some problems Brunswick County is having with its 911 dispatch calls and emergency radio signals. Today officials explained what they're doing to fix the problem. Full story...
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Business owners offering reward to catch killer

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videoBusiness owners in Oak Island are coming together to try to catch a local man's killer. Yellow reward posters have started popping up in business windows since last week. Full story...
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Three injured in Figure Eight Island boating accident

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videoThree people were injured when the boat they were in crashed into the Figure Eight Island Bridge. The accident happened around 10 Monday night. One of those people is still in the hospital. The accident involved a 24-foot Hydra-sport boat. A spokesperson for the North Carolina Wildlife Enforcement, who is investigating the case, says the boat belongs to one of the three injured people. Full story...
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Local health care professionals teaching students about nursing

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In the next few years the US will be short about 1.2 millions nurses. In Wilmington health care professionals are doing something about it now. Full story...
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Pender County Humane Society raising funds for new home

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With the help of an anonymous donor, the Pender County Humane Society is planning to build a new home. But the effort needs your help. Full story...
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Responders say new 911 system has dangerous holes

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videoThe Brunswick County 911 center just got a new system. But first responders say new, doesn't necessarily mean better. First responders say the multi-million dollar system paid for by tax payers has dead zones and holes that are putting the community at risk. Full story...
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Three children rescued 500 yards off-shore

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videoRip currents are to blame for a scary situation off Carolina Beach. Around three Sunday afternoon three children were rescued 500 yards off the beach at Freeman Park. They were swimming off the north point of Freeman Park. A rip current dragged them from the ocean side to the inlet side. Full story...
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At-home drug testing

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Drug testing at home... It is a concept that is becoming increasingly popular in our area, but is it a way of helping teens or is it an invasion of privacy? Full story...
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Burgaw votes to annex surrounding area

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One Pender County town is about to get a little larger. Last week the Burgaw Board of Commissioners voted to annex a surrounding area. But some residents say they're still not on-board. Full story...
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