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Attorney calls CFCC probe 'a witch hunt'

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videoDistrict Attorney Ben David says the investigation into CFCC was broadened this week due to new allegations involving the former president, but the attorney representing Dr. Ted Spring says these allegations are a witch hunt. Full story...
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New business brewing in Brunswick Co.

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videoA new business has something brewing in Brunswick County. The Check Six Brewing Company is ready to begin manufacturing and selling craft beer in Southport. It's the only craft beer brewery in town. Full story...
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WPD admits address on search warrant wrong

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videoWilmington Police say an early morning drug raid led to two arrests after searching five addresses, but one of them, they admit, was the wrong address. Full story...
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Regulators approve tougher rules for Internet providers

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The Federal Communications Commission has agreed to impose strict new regulations on Internet service providers like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T. Full story...
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Sex offender arrested at middle school

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Deputies with the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office have charged a sex offender with being on a middle school campus. Full story...
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Few details released in SWAT situation at Houston Moore

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videoLittle details are being released in a SWAT situation at a Wilmington housing complex. Full story...
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Closings and Delays

Updated: Thursday, Feb. 25, 2015, 11:11 a.m.

DOT: Bad weather not affecting projects

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videoWhile this week's weather might have put a damper on things, the good news is it did not slow down progress on the Causeway Project and work on I-140. Full story...
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1,000 gallons of wastewater leaked into marsh

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The spokesperson for Brunswick County says there has been a discharge of 1,000 gallons of untreated wastewater into a salt marsh. Full story...
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Foul weather pushes back most state playoff basketball games to Thursday and Friday

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video The high school basketball state playoffs were scheduled to start on Tuesday in North Carolina, but there weren't any games around our area until Wednesday night due to Tuesday's snow and ice. Most first round games will be played on Thursday or Friday instead. We have updates on games that involve local schools. Full story...
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