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Investigators with the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office is investigating the armed robbery of a pizza business. Full story...
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Wilmington Police are investigating a copper theft that caused Monday night's power outage. About 22,000 customers were affected, officials said. Full story...
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Wilmington Police have released photos of a man they believe robbed a bank last week. Full story...
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The candidates for New Hanover County School Board asked for your vote once again during a candidate forum in Wilmington Monday night. Full story...
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There's a Constitutional amendment on your ballot in this election, but do you know what it's all about? Full story...
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We're barely into fall, but it's already to start making plans for spring's biggest event in Wilmington. The North Carolina Azalea Festival announced country star Alan Jackson will headline one of the concerts set for the annual event, which runs April 8-12, 2015. Full story...
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The debate over whether certain information about private companies that manage charter schools in North Carolina is part of the public record has taken another turn. Full story...
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There was a celebration in downtown Wilmington for Capt. Steve Beuth. He's retiring after 38 years with Cape Fear Community College. Full story...
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The race for a local judgeship has turned personal. A mailer sent out in the last few days by District Judge Sherry Dew Prince accuses her challenger Willie "Fred" Gore of being "A liberal Democrat to the core." The mailer also points out former state Sen. R.C. Soles donated $500 to Gore, but Gore says he gave the money back. Full story...
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Leland-based Charter Day School, Inc., had until today to submit salaries of school personnel who work for and are paid by its management company Roger Bacon Academy. But documents obtained today by WWAY show RBA is willing to make a deal. Full story...
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College students may run into some trouble voting in New Hanover County this year. The county Democratic Party chair says students who live in dorms at UNCW may be turned away if they do not know the exact address of their building. Full story...
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Two men are campaigning hard for one open seat on the Brunswick County Commission. Incumbent Republican Marty Cooke is faces a challenge for his District 2 seat from Democrat John Holleman, who has his own county commission experience. Full story...
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Wilmington Police Department Bomb Squad along with the Leland Police Department and the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office responded to a suspicious device off Old Lanvale Rd. in Leland. Full story...
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