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Marine identified in deadly helicopter accident aboard Camp Lejeune

The Marines say that a member of the Corps killed during a helicopter ropes training exercise was a staff sergeant with an anti-terrorism fleet security team based in the Norfolk, Virginia area.
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Police investigating armed robbery, assault

Investigators with the Wilmington Police Department are investigating an armed robbery last night.
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Lost body, wrong corpse at viewing leads to lawsuit

A family is suing an Ohio funeral company after their deceased relative's body was misplaced and the wrong corpse was displayed for a private viewing.
New Hanover County Commissioners approved Roger Kelley as Tax Administrator and Tax Collector at their August 11, 2014, regular meeting. (Source: New Hanover Co.)
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New Hanover Co. tax chief to delay retirement

New Hanover County's top tax man is staying on the job a little longer than he planned.
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Man accused of sexually assaulting 6-year-old girl at church

A Franklin County man is facing sexual assault charges involving a 6-year-old girl at a church Tuesday.
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New Hanover Commission moves meetings because of lightning damage

Damage from a lightning strike is forcing the New Hanover County Commission to move a couple of meetings.
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Husband of jailed Kentucky court clerk says she won’t resign

The husband of a Kentucky court clerk jailed for refusing to grant marriage licenses to gay couples says she won't resign and will stay in jail for as long as it takes.
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Airman who helped stop train attack returns to US

The US Air Force airman who was injured when he and two childhood friends tackled a heavily armed gunman on a Paris-bound train is back in his native California.