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Brunswick County News

FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Three suspended Leland cops fired, another resigns

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All five officers suspended last week are now gone from the Leland Police Department. The town fired three of the officers today, and one more quit. A fifth officer quit earlier this week. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Bozeman discusses LPD suspensions, SBI investigation

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video It has been nearly a week since Leland announced the suspensions of five police officers. Tonight WWAY sat down with Mayor Brenda Bozeman to hear what she had to say about the troubled police department and the future of Leland. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Pro Amendment One billboards vandalized

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video Early voting started today, including voting for the proposed constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Belville mayor, commissioner could be headed toward truce

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video A criminal case between Belville's mayor and a town commissioner was continued today, but both men say they just want to move on. Full story...
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VOTE 2012: Early voting underway in NC

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Early voting is underway in North Carolina. Now through May 5 you can vote early at different One-Stop Voting locations around the area. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Mom says work for airline led to quick action in bus fire

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video A Brunswick County bus driver was called a hero after everyone escape unharmed from a bus fire yesterday. Today, some people say there were other heroes on board who helped get everyone to safety. The quick thinking of one parent chaperone may have saved a busload of children after she realized the bus they were riding on was on fire. Full story...
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Driver's quick thinking credited with saving lives in bus fire

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video A scary field trip for students in Brunswick County, when their activity bus caught fire on the way back to school. It happened this afternoon near NC 87 and Funston Road. Forty people from Leland Middle School were on the activity bus. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Deputy Leland Police Chief resigns

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One of the five Leland Police officers suspended last week has quit. Leland Town Manager David Hollis says Deputy Police Chief Karl Smith resigned effective this morning. Smith had been suspended with pay Friday while an internal investigation continues. Full story...
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Five Leland police officers suspended, former interim chief included

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video The town of Leland has suspended five police officers without pay as a result of ongoing investigations. Full story...
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