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Pedestrian killed by car

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According to witnesses, the 55-year-old man attempted to cross Dawson Street near where it intersects with Oleander Drive. Witnesses said the man failed to yield right of way to heavy oncoming traffic. He was struck by a 2001 Mercedes headed toward downtown. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. hires superintendent

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video After a nationwide search that began when Katie McGee resigned in January, the Brunswick County School Board Thursday evening hired Ed Pruden to be its new superintendent. Full story...
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Tax day sparks Tea Party protest

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Tax Day sparks a Tea Party protest in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Pender NAACP wants school board chair to quit

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For six months the Pender County NAACP has been investigating Pender County School Board Chair Tom Roper. Today the civil rights group released its findings, calling for Roper to resign. Full story...
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Former Wilmington firefighter remembered

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video Some Wilmington firefighters traveled hundreds of miles north to pay tribute today to a fallen friend. Former Wilmington firefighter Garrett Loomis died in the line of duty this past weekend in upstate New York. His funeral was this afternoon. Full story...
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Bullet hits man while he sleeps

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video A Wilmington man is lucky to be alive today, after being hit in the head by a stray bullet early this morning, while he was sleeping in his bedroom. Full story...
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Family asks for help solving Christmas weekend murder

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video There's a $5,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who killed Tiffany Dawkins. Full story...
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Sheriff doesn't know where rescued dogs are

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Wallace said he had never investigated something of this magnitude, so he called the Wilson County Sheriff's Department for advice, and they led him to the Atlanta Humane Society and Norred & Associates, a private investigating firm in Atlanta. Full story...
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Water line break closes state offices in Wilmington

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The building at 320 Chestnut Street in Downtown Wilmington was built in 1950 and is now home to state offices, including the Public Defender, Guardian ad Litem and Community Service office. Full story...
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Travel chaos in Europe not impacting ILM

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A large volcanic eruption in Iceland shut down European airspace and created a domino effect to airports around the globe. Flights in and out of Wilmington, though, have not reported any significant delays. Full story...
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