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A teacher charged with threatening her neighbor is back at work after a brief suspension. A New Hanover County Schools spokeswoman says Wanda Leggett returned to work today. Full story...
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A man who led police on a cross-county chase after they confronted him about a shoplifting allegation was found dead this morning in his jail cell. Full story...
Submitted by Sarah Murphy on Thu, 09/11/2014 - 12:37pm.READ MORE:
The Wilmington Fire Department hosted a ceremony this morning to honor the lives lost 13 years ago on Sept. 11, 2001. Firefighters along with the Wilmington Police Department, New Hanover County Sheriff's Office and members of the community came together to pledge never to forget. Full story...
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The North Carolina Department of Transportation has scheduled a public meeting to discuss traffic issues caused by construction on US 17/74/76 in Leland. Full story...
Submitted by Allyson Lorick on Thu, 09/11/2014 - 8:02am.READ MORE:
Duplin Winery will stomp some grapes this weekend in honor of its annual celebration that's been going on for more than three decades. Full story...
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New information on a high speed chase in Brunswick County that happened Monday afternoon. Southport Police released dash cam video of the chase and crash. Full story...
Submitted by Daniel Seamans on Wed, 09/10/2014 - 10:16pm.READ MORE:
Some animals are simply easier to adopt at an animal shelter. Certain breeds, certain colors, the way they wag their tail...you may be amazed on what can cause a dog or cat to be passed over time and time again. Jill Jones knows this, so she targets the underdog(or cat). Full story...
Submitted by Taylor Yakowenko on Wed, 09/10/2014 - 8:26pm.READ MORE:
A Wilmington man will spend at least 11 years in prison after admitting to sex trafficking, the District Attorney's Office says. It's the first sentence handed down for such crimes under a law that went into effect last year. Full story...
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