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Archive - Feb 6, 2014

Brunswick County make-up days finalized

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School administrators in Brunswick County finalized the make-up calendar Thursday night. Full story...
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Teen charged in January murder

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video Investigators at the Wilmington Police Department believe they have solved a two-week-old murder case, and the suspect they have arrested might surprise you. Full story...
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Wilmington 10 exhibit showcases student works

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videoWith the start of black history month, students at UNCW are remembering a major event in Wilmington’s history. Imaging Justice: The "Wilmington 10" Story Exhibit features works submitted by students and community members. Full story...
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WBPD raises bridge to trap reckless driver

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videoFebruary’s in Wrightsville Beach are generally slow, but say one man quickly changed all of that with a joy-ride around the island. Full story...
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WPD: Brister back to work tomorrow, K9 doing well

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videoWe are learning more about a Wilmington Police officer and his K-9, who have been off the streets since November. There have been a lot of questions about how the dog involved is doing. Today, we tried to get some answers. Full story...
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Police investigate armed robbery

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videoWilmington Police are investigating after an armed robbery Wednesday night. Full story...
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Shots fired: Chestnut and N. 5th Streets

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videoPolice are investigating two shootings in Wilmington. Police say around 7:35 Wednesday evening they responded to the 1100th block of Chestnut Street to a report of shots fired. Full story...
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Feast Down East promotes food economy

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videoIt was a delicious day at UNCW for the 4th Annual Feast Down East Regional Conference. The conference focuses on getting local goods from farm to table. Full story...
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Local tests to show 3rd-grade reading skill OK'd

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video North Carolina school districts will be able to use their own third-grade reading tests in hopes of avoiding a lengthy series of personal exams that superintendents said could consume huge chunks of teaching time this spring. Full story...
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