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Brunswick County News

Embezzelment investigated at St. James

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A police report says someone took money from the St. James Property Owners Association. The incident report lists five stolen checks with a total value of more than $12,000. Full story...
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Man wanted in Brunswick Co. tracked down in Texas

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The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Tip Line received an anonymous tip on May 19th on Wanted subject, John Carl Wilson. The tip advised that Wilson was residing at an address in Arlington, Texas. Full story...
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WBHS pitcher must choose between college or pro ball

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videoA high school baseball player in Brunswick County has a tough decision to make: accept a scholarship to play college ball or head to the minor leagues. It's nearly every little boy's dream to play ball in the big leagues. For West Brunswick High pitcher Jay Gause, that dream could soon be a reality. Full story...
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State settles Ag-Mart case

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Workers at Ag-Mart's North Carolina farms say their children suffered severe birth defects as a result of pesticide misuse. One woman, who was pregnant when she worked for Ag-Mart, had a son born with no arms and no legs. Full story...
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Constantineau stories have folks ranting

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video We've been amazed at what we've been able to dig up about Richard Constantineau Jr.'s driving record. Some of you have been, too. Full story...

Suspect in fatal crash not talking

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When we reached Richard Constantineau Jr. late this afternoon, he said he had "no comment." Full story...
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President talks with seniors about health care

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Today President Obama held a town hall meeting with senior citizens via telecast. Some folks in Southport came to the Brunswick Center to watch. Full story...
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Poor turnout for Brunswick budget hearing

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video The deadline for North Carolina Counties to finalize their budgets is quickly approaching. Even with funding questions due to the struggling economy, few people showed up to share their opinions at the Brunswick County public hearing. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Pesticide Board to consider settlement with Ag-Mart

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Workers at Ag-Mart's North Carolina farms say their children suffered severe birth defects as a result of pesticide misuse. One woman, who was pregnant when she worked for Ag-Mart, had a son born with no arms and no legs. Full story...
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Man arrested, found with missing teen

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A Wilmington man is charged in connection with a Brunswick County girl's weekend disappearance. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: State Rep. Dewey Hill plans to address loophole in DWI law

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State Rep. Dewey Hill (D-Brunswick/Columbus) told us today on the phone that he plans to talk with the Speaker of the House tonight to try and begin closing a loophole in the state DWI laws. Full story...
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Top Republican asks top Dems to block Soles

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The top Republican in the state Senate wants the governor and the Senate's top Democrat to block bills filed recently by Sen. R.C. Soles. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Driver involved in deadly accident may keep license even after DWI charge

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video We've learned that Richard Constantineau has made bond, is out of jail and can get behind the wheel again as soon as today even though he's charged with DWI and killing a woman he hit head-on. Full story...
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State House votes against funding port

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By a vote of 104 to 11, the North Carolina House of Representatives voted against using state money to fund the proposed international port in Southport. Full story...
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Board approves Leland MS uniforms

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Leland Middle School students won't have to worry about what the hottest fashions are for the next school year. Starting in the fall, they will wear uniforms. Full story...
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