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Jury selection continues for former Fair Bluff police chief

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A former lawman arrested on drug charges on the job is finally getting his day in court. Jury selection continues in the case of former Fair Bluff Police Chief Marty Lewis, District Attorney Jon David says. Full story...
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Wilmington Fire Department breaks ground for new station

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The Wilmington Fire Department broke ground for its new fire station on Cinema Drive today. The $3.4 million station will replace Station 3 on Princess Place Drive and Station 4 on Wallace Avenue. Full story...
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Deputies ask for help finding missing woman with dementia

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office is asking for help finding a missing woman who suffers from dementia. Sandra Maske Benson, 56, was seen at her home on Holden Beach Road in Supply today around 9:50 a.m. Full story...
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McCrory's $1 billion borrow for roads questioned

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There are questions about Gov. Pat McCrory's plan to borrow $1 billion for new highway construction. Full story...
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Food Bank egg-cited about big donation

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It was an "egg-cellent" day for the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina in Wilmington. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Former Leland cop indicted on attempted murder charges

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A grand jury has indicted the former Leland police officer who led officers on a high-speed chase. Full story...
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HAPPENING TONIGHT: DOT hosts public meeting on Leland traffic

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Drivers frustrated by the traffic in Leland will have the chance to sound off tonight. The NC Department of Transportation is hosting a public meeting at 6:30 p.m. at Leland Middle School. Full story...
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Wilmington Police respond to ShotSpotter alert

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Wilmington Police responded to a shotspotter alert early Tuesday morning. Full story...
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Police investigating after shots fired outside of food mart

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Wilmington Police responded to a shots fired call around 9:00 p.m. Monday. Full story...
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Douglass Academy taken off state watch list

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State officials have removed Douglass Academy in Wilmington's Northside from a state watch list due to increased enrollment at the charter school. Full story...
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Trevon Brown scores twice in first start for ECU

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videoWilmington's Trevon Brown made the most of his first collegiate start over the weekend in Greenville. The former New Hanover football standout caught two touchdown passes in East Carolina's 70-41 impressive victory over the North Carolina Tar Heels. Brown now has four touchdown receptions this season for ECU. Full story...
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Cats killed, dismembered bodies left on lawns

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Something disturbing is happening to people's cats in one Wilmington neighborhood. Police say someone is to blame for apparently killing cats in a brutal way. Randy Leonard found something disturbing in his front yard Monday morning, half a cat. It was cut almost surgically, and then placed there. Full story...
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Wilmington's Wil Baumann named national punter of the week for college football

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videoWilmington's Wil Baumann has been named the national punter of the week for his performance on the field over the weekend in Raleigh. We caught up with the NC State punter after the game in order to get his thoughts on his impressive performance. Plus, the former Hoggard Viking provided insight on this weekend's encounter in Raleigh between undefeated NC State and defending national champion Florida State. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Investigators found kiddie porn on former cop's hard drive

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videoDays before investigators say a former Leland cop led them on a high-speed chase, they went to his house looking for a stash of kiddie porn. Investigators seized cameras, a laptop, an iPad, and several CDs from Hank Smith's Supply home, and it had some of what they were looking for. Full story...
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NC official: Japanese trip will pay dividends

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North Carolina's top economic development official says the state is aggressively trying to land a foreign automaker. As part of the plan, Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker visited Japan last week where she met with business interests. Full story...
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