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Soles introduces bills to create new DA, lower pension requirements

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video Sen. R.C. Soles may be leaving the legislature, but he's not going quietly. The longest serving member in the history of the legislature filed a bill today that would split the 13th judicial district. Full story...
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Brunswick County native murdered in Asheboro

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video Police in Asheboro are investigating the murder of a Brunswick County native. Police say a neighbor out for a walk found 22-year-old Shaunna Walley's body in some woods Tuesday morning. Walley grew up in Shallotte, but she moved to Asheboro about a year ago. Full story...

ONLY ON 3: Shooting victim speaks out

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video It's been more than a week since 17-year-old Robert Davis was shot outside of West Bladen High School. For the first time, the teen is speaking out about what he says happened on the afternoon of May 11. Full story...
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Celebs join effort for law enforcement memorial

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The Wilmington Police Recreation Association is asking for your help. The group is looking to build a memorial honoring local law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. Full story...
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CFCC luncheon raises big bucks

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The annual Gift of Education Luncheon raised $207,000. Full story...
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Governor to visit Snipes Academy

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Monday, Gov. Bev Perdue will observe teachers using mCLASS, a handheld device that assesses math skills in kindergarten through third graders. Full story...
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Tips from community huge help for police

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videoFive people are behind bars and an assortment of drugs are off the street. Police say they could not have done it without help from the community. It started off as just a complaint, but that complaint led police to crack, heroin and prescription pills. Full story...
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Tar balls on Oak island likely not from Gulf spill

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Coast Guard Commander John Nadeau says it's not unusual to find tar balls that wash up on beaches. He says oil in the water from any source turns into a putty-like substance after the oil collects particles. Full story...
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Health Department says mercury in Myrtle Grove gym floor posed no threat

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Local health officials have completed the testing of mercury vapor levels of the gymnasium floor at Myrtle Grove Middle School and have determined that the levels are below the Minimum Risk Level (MRL) established by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). Full story...
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Oil threat affecting vacation plans

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videoThe explosion that caused what could turn out to be the worst oil spill in history is impacting vacationers not just along the Gulf Coast, but here in southeastern North Carolina. Full story...
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