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TSA: Grenades, snakes found in screenings

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Wilmington International Airport security is preparing for the traveling season. Full story...
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Man charged after 12lbs of cocaine found in car

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Deputies say more than 12 pounds of cocaine in a car now has a man in jail. Full story...
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Riegelwood mill cutting jobs, changing focus

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A spokeswoman for International Paper says its Riegelwood paper mill will be converted into a new type of production, affecting jobs in the mill. Full story...
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Former deacon, school custodian pleads guilty to child sex crimes

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A former Randolph County church deacon and middle school custodian pleaded guilty to child sex crimes that deputies say happened during a fishing trip with the victim last year in Hampstead. Full story...
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Wilmington man pleaded guilty to pharmacy robberies

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A Wilmington man will spend up to 18 years in prison after pleading guilty to several different charges. Full story...
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US Supreme Court rules Wilmington sex offender can challenge GPS monitoring

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video The Supreme Court says a Wilmington sex offender should have a chance to challenge a requirement that he wear a GPS monitoring bracelet for the rest of his life. Full story...
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NC justices hear executive-legislative branch fight in June

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North Carolina's highest court plans to hear arguments early this summer on whether the General Assembly can make appointments to three state environmental panels or if those decisions must rest with Gov. Pat McCrory. Full story...
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House, Senate give preliminary OK to NC gas tax deal

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videoGasoline taxes in North Carolina appear headed downward by a little bit very soon. Full story...
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Early-session spending bill gets final NC legislative OK

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Legislation filed early this session to locate funds for an academic standards panel and to adjust other parts of North Carolina state government spending is finally heading to Gov. Pat McCrory's desk. Full story...
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Newspaper-backed bill on legal notices OK'd by NC House

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North Carolina newspapers would be required to publish legal notices on both their websites and in their print editions for the same price in legislation that the House approved overwhelmingly. Full story...
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