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Archive - Feb 20, 2014

Onslow County man charged with 58 sex crimes including rape and incest

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videoBruce Edward Green faces dozens of charges including rape, incest, child abuse and indecent liberties with a child. The Onslow County Sheriff's Office said the investigation began when one of the alleged victims came forward. Then, investigators said they discovered there were many more. Full story...
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Three North Carolina child service offices to close

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Three regional North Carolina government offices designed to help the youngest children with developmental delays or mental or physical disabilities are closing, eliminating 170 state employee positions. Full story...
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CELEBRATE: Looking back at 275 years in the Port City

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videoWilmington is celebrating its 275th anniversary. The Port City has gone through quite a bit over that time. Full story...
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EXPLORE WITH GEORGE: Reel Teal Film Festival

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videoComing to a theater near you! Students in the Flicker Film Society host the Reel Teal Film Festival. Full story...
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Teen charged with Marine's death

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videoA Wake County teen is charged with felony death by motor vehicle after an accident early Sunday morning in Wilmington. Jackson Davies turned himself in last night after he got out of New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Today he made his first appearance in front of a judge. Full story...
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15 years later, Columbine shooting continues teaching lessons

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video April will mark the 15th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting. Today educators in Brunswick County continued to learn valuable lessons from someone who helped handle the aftermath. Full story...
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Marine reunited with four-legged war buddy

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videoMany people form strong bonds with man's best friend. A New Hanover County Marine made his canine friendship while deployed in Afghanistan. Now man and dog are back together again. Full story...
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North Carolina officials report 8 more flu deaths

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Health officials in North Carolina say eight more people died of flu-related illnesses last week, raising the death toll to 74 for the season dating back to November. Full story...
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Liverpool, AC Milan to play in Charlotte this summer

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Liverpool will play Manchester City, AC Milan and Olimpiakos during a preseason US exhibition tour, including a stop in Charlotte. Full story...
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Lead prosecutor out in US Army general sex case

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The lead military prosecutor in the case against a US Army general facing sexual assault charges has resigned, two weeks before a court martial is set to begin. Full story...
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Player hits lights, halts Division II game in tie

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Talk about shooting the lights out. The Division II game between Johnson C. Smith and Winston Salem State was halted for safety reasons after a player heaved a full-court shot and knocked out lights - leaving the game tied with 0.3 seconds left on Wednesday night. Full story...
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NC college systems making student transfers easier

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videoNorth Carolina's higher education system has a deal comparable to synchronizing traffic lights. The University of North Carolina and the State Board of Community Colleges will finalize an agreement Friday easing the way for students to transfer between the two systems without losing class credits. Full story...
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NC high school student dies from disease

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Orange County health officials say a 14-year-old student at East Chapel Hill High School has died from an illness linked to meningitis. Full story...
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State gives $500,000 toward Battleship NC repairs

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videoThe Battleship North Carolina is getting help from the state to preserve the aging landmark. The state's World War II memorial will get $500,000 from the Office of State Budget and Management's Repair and Renovation Contingency Reserve to repair the ship's thinning hull. Full story...
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Oak Island OKs moratorium banning 'mega' homes

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videoThe Oak Island Town Council unanimously placed a moratorium banning any new homes larger than six bedrooms on Thursday after hearing from residents asking for stricter rules on large-sized houses. Full story...
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