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NHSO: Citizen complaint leads to cocaine bust

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Detectives with the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office Vice & Narcotic Division, conducted a three week investigation within the Deerfield Subdivision. The investigation led to the arrest of two men for multiple drug violations, to include trafficking in cocaine. Full story...
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'General Hospital' star spending weekend at family's Calabash restaurant

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video Laura Wright plays Carly Corinthos Jacks on the ABC soap opera "General Hospital." Bet you didn't know her family owns the Sunrise Pancake House in Calabash. Full story...
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Volunteers pack meals for Haiti

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Event organizers raised more than $5,000. With the help of the national organization Stop Hunger Now, volunteers plan to pack about 20,000 meals. Full story...
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Parent says mold an old problem at Wrightsboro Elementary

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video The school will host an informational session for parents Monday night at 6:30, but one parent says the cleaning is long overdue. Tonight at 6 we'll hear from that parent, who says school employees have known about the mold problem for months. Full story...
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Suspended bus driver at gym when we came knocking

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WWAY's Nadine Maeser tried to speak with the driver Otis Hames at his home today. Full story...
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Is Big Brother watching with white space technology?

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video So far the city has hinted that security cameras in parks and other public places might be part of the plan, which has some people a bit nervous. Full story...
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Goo Goo Dolls, Collective Soul to rock Azalea Festival

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A couple of big name bands will rock the Azalea Festival. Organizers announced today the Goo Goo Dolls and Collective Soul will play Trask Coliseum Thursday, April 8. Former American Idol contestant Chris Sligh headlines Contemporary Christian Stage. Full story...
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Navy to pay for Lejeune water study

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After months of fighting, the US Navy says it will fund a study of past drinking water contamination at Camp Lejeune. Full story...
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Fourth arrest in E'town murder

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Police have made another arrest connected to last year's gang shooting at an Elizabethtown McDonald's. Full story...
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Movie version of 'Blood Done Sign My Name' opens

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A movie about the killing of a black man in 1970 in North Carolina and the trial that resulted in the acquittals of white men is opening nationally. Full story...
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