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FIRST ON 3: Soles pleads guilty

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video Sen. R.C. Soles pleaded guilty this afternoon in Columbus County to misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon for the August shooting of Kyle Blackburn at the senator's Tabor City home. Full story...
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Investigators say incident at school not rape

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The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office says an incident at Ashley High School was not a rape after all. Full story...
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Front Street project reaches milestone

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A Wilmington city spokesperson says the Front Street revitalization project has hit its half-way point for the first block. Full story...
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Williston grad reunited with long lost class ring

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video A few weeks ago we were contacted by a man in Alabama who had found a class ring from the old Williston High School. He and his wife had found it many years ago and were trying to find who it belonged to. Now after much research and years of searching, the ring is on its way to its rightful owner. Full story...
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Police waiting to charge speeding deputy

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video A lot of you have written in on-line asking why Lewis hasn't been charged yet. Shallotte Police Chief Rodney Gause explained why. Full story...
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Felon Facebook fan for sheriff candidate

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video Tim Daniels is a state trooper running for Sheriff of Brunswick County as a Republican. So you might be surprised to hear that one of his many Facebook fans is a high-profile Democrat: former sheriff and felon Ron Hewett. Full story...
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Guilty plea not first from Soles

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Today was not the first time Sen. R.C. Soles pleaded guilty to a crime. In 1970, he led police on a high speed chase near Fayetteville. Full story...
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CFCC celebrates Black History Month

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The celebration included African-American art and literature. CFCC students and staff played songs and put on skits that depicted how the Harlem Renaissance played a part in history. Full story...
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Man admits to stealing 11,000 pills

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The drugs had a street value of about $110,000. Full story...
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Port City nation's first 'Smart City'

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video The plans for how to use so-called white spaces were unveiled today. They're gaps in the broadcasting spectrum left over from old analog TV. These gaps can be used for pretty much anything, and we're the guinea pigs Full story...
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