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Teacher of the Week: Ingram Nicholson

Ingram Nicholson is passionate about two things, kids and English.
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Feds to seek death penalty against SC church shooter Dylann Roof

Justice Department to seek death penalty in Charleston church shooting case; Attorney General cites "nature of the alleged crime and the resulting harm"
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DA talks mom’s arrest in fiery crash, driving impaired

The driver in a fiery River Road crash that killed her toddler in April appeared in court this morning after a grand jury indictment on several charges.
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WANTED: Man involved in 130+ mph chase

Brunswick County sheriff's deputies are looking for a man who led them on a chase into Wilmington yesterday.
Bladen County man continues fight over toxic Camp Lejeune water
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Bladen County man continues fight over toxic Camp Lejeune water

Retired Marine Jerry Ensminger testified before the senate veterans affairs committee in support of "The Janey Ensminger Act of 2016."
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Carolina Beach is apparently a great place to anchor

Looking for one of the best places to anchor along the coast? Carolina Beach is considered a perfect spot.
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North Carolina speaker: On LGBT, Charlotte must repeal first

Chances appear to be dwindling that North Carolina lawmakers will alter a contentious, new state law limiting LGBT nondiscrimination protections, because a legislative leader says they won't act until Charlotte first throws out its local ordinance increasing those protections.
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Governor’s attorney: McCrory will veto coal ash panel bill

Gov. Pat McCrory's administration says legislation reconstituting a commission to oversee the cleanup of North Carolina's coal ash pits could mean more litigation and derail a plan to get permanent drinking water more quickly to some people living near the ponds.
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KUDOS TO BEAU’S: Coastal Entrepreneur of the Year!!!!

Our friends at Beau's Coffee in Wilmington are brewing up some fantastic recognition from the business community.
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VA Secretary ‘Deeply Regrets’ wait time remarks

Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald says he "deeply regrets" comparing wait times at VA hospitals and facilities to lines at Disney parks.
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Hoggard student gets Park Scholarship

A Hoggard High School Senior will soon be attending North Carolina State University and with a very prestigious scholarship.
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Law enforcement warns drivers, boaters before holiday weekend

"On the Road, On the Water, Don't Drink and Drive" is an annual campaign by local and state law enforcement agencies.