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Northeast snow strands ILM travelers

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Flights to Philadelphia and New York-Laguardia from Wilmington International Airport have been canceled for the rest of tonight and Wednesday. Full story...
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Wilmington native discusses civil rights legacy

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video As part of Black History Month Wilmington native Joseph McNeil and another member of the Greensboro 4, Dr. Franklin McCain will speak at UNCW tonight. The program is at Kenan Auditorium starting at 7 p.m. It is free and open to the public. Full story...
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Superintendent says retirement about timing

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Al Lerch has been an educator for more than 40 years. The last three years he has served as superintendent. Full story...
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13 unlucky for drug suspects

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In a statewide investigation, New Hanover County detectives confiscated 13 pounds of mushrooms, nearly 13 pounds of high-grade marijuana and $13,000 in cash. Full story...
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Local Toyota dealer addresses latest recall

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Toyota of Wilmington general manager John Futrell says he expects the new software to fix the problem to arrive today. The repair takes about 45 minutes. Full story...
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Man shot by deputies files federal suit

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In his federal complaint, George Cooper says the officers violated his civil rights, specifically by using excessive force. Full story...
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Former cop sentenced for kiddie porn

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The former head of a Wilmington private security firm will spend more than a decade in prison. Full story...
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Search for clues in Bladen murder

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Investigators are trying to figure out who murdered a man in Elizabethtown last week. Full story...
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Bladen County Commissioner dies unexpectedly

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Bladen County Commissioner Margaret Moore died unexpectedly Saturday at the age of 55. She died just four days after secretly undergoing elective surgery. Full story...
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Pender County Schools talk progress not allegations

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Monday night the Pender County school system held its first community forum since the NAACP leveled allegations of unfair hiring practices by the district, but the complaint wasn't top priority. Full story...
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