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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: What's next for Petrolino; where's MADD?

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We asked Wrightsville Beach Police what's next for Petrolino and could they guarantee she wouldn't get behind the wheel again once she's released from the hospital Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Teen who wrecked car had many brushes with the law

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video Here's a look at Randi Petrolino's rap sheet, which when we printed it, was 10 pages long. Full story...
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Thalian Hall celebrates major renovation

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After major renovations, Historic Thalian Hall in Wilmington's Downtown District will host the 'Gala Reopening' series of events. Full story...
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UPDATE: County Manager on proposal to take over volunteer fire departments

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video New Hanover County has eight fire departments. Four are run by the county. Four are run by volunteer organizations. Now the county will consider taking control of all eight departments. Full story...
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Marshall dodges Wilmington debate with Cunningham

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Elaine Marshall's campaign today rejected WWAY's invitation to take part in a June 2 debate. Cal Cunningham's campaign accepted the invitation the same day it was offered last week. Full story...
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Oak Island workers may get bonus

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Town Manager Jerry Walters says the one-time payment would replace the annual cost-of-living raise that is customary and would save the town money. Full story...
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AG wants paver with history in court

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The Attorney General wants to see the owner of a paving company with a history of problems in court next week. Tommy Clack has been on Roy Cooper's radar since 2007, when clack worked here in Wilmington. Full story...
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Former cop arrested for impersonating cop

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A former Fair Bluff and Tabor City police officer has been arrested again, this time for impersonating a police officer. Full story...
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Beach smoking ban proposal extinguished... for now

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It could have been the first beach in the state to ban smoking. But Wrightsville Beach voted against an ordinance that would have stopped smoking on the beach. Full story...
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Power outage in Wilmington affects thousands

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A Wilmington power outage leaves 2,800 people and businesses in the dark. Full story...
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