Employees of Wilmington Plastic Surgery describe betrayal from former manager. (Photo: Hannah Patrick/ WWAY)
2 months ago
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Wilmington Plastic Surgery employees face former manager going to prison

A former manager of Wilmington Plastic surgery is going to prison for embezzling more than $500,000 dollars.
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3 months ago
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Trial for church shooting suspect friend moved to Charleston

A federal judge has moved the trial of Joey Meek, a friend of the man charged in the Charleston church shootings, to the city where the shootings occurred.
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3 months ago
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Appeals court hear arguments over sterilization compensation

Attorneys representing the estates of three people sterilized under North Carolina's former eugenics program say they shouldn't be denied monetary compensation just because the General Assembly required they be alive to qualify.
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4 months ago
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Man convicted in Walmart robbery foiled by off-duty deputy

A man, already convicted of several other crimes, will spend between seven and nine years in prison for a robbery at a Wilmington Walmart that an off-duty deputy foiled.
North Carolina judge allows voter ID lawsuit to continue
5 months ago
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North Carolina judge allows voter ID lawsuit to continue

A state judge has declined to dismiss a lawsuit challenging North Carolina's photo identification requirement to vote starting next year even after the General Assembly eased the mandate for some without IDs who want to cast ballots.
Pet owner wants community to help her defend the Walden Pond Pet Cemetery.
6 months ago
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Pet owner wants community to defend pet cemetery

"Now, he is asking to dismiss the temporary injunction and let him go on and develop whether it mean asphalt over the graves or build a building over the graves," Phelps said. "He doesn't care."
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6 months ago
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Tabor City man admits to crop insurance fraud scheme

A Columbus County man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a farm scheme that made him $1 million.
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6 months ago
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Raleigh couple found not guilty in underage drinking case

A Raleigh couple has been found not guilty of charges stemming from a party in which underage drinking led to a fatal wreck.
Closing arguments completed in challenge to NC voter law
6 months ago
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Closing arguments completed in challenge to NC voter law

The fate of North Carolina's new election law rests in the hands of a federal judge after three weeks of testimony and an extended round of closing arguments.
NC lawmakers delay confirmation discussion after ruling
11 months ago
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NC lawmakers delay confirmation discussion after ruling

North Carolina legislative leaders say they'll delay the confirmation process for several of Gov. Pat McCrory's choices to government positions because of a court ruling involving appointment powers.