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Autopsy shows man involved in Leland officer shooting severely impaired

The Brunswick County District Attorney confirms the autopsy of Brent Quinn reveals he had a blood alcohol content of more than three times the legal limit.
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Gov. Roy Cooper discusses teacher pay, HB2 during stop in Cape Fear

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced plans to increase teacher pay during a trip to the Cape Fear today.
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FIRST ON WWAY: More than 60 students suspended from Laney High School

Laney High School administrators suspended more than 60 students this morning for leaving school.
A limousine burns during riots in Washington, DC, during President Donald Trump's inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017. (Photo: CBS News)
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Reports: Wilmington man charged with Inauguration Day violence in DC

A Wilmington man has been indicted in connection with violent riots and vandalism in Washington, DC, during President Donald Trump's inauguration, according to media reports from the nation's capital.
Pending home sales fall
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2017 Housing Forecast

Experts made their housing industry predictions Thursday morning, during the 2017 Housing Forecast, Insights and Challenges.
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Shamrocks to support MDA

It's not even spring, but you're probably already seeing shamrocks. The Muscular Dystrophy Association Shamrock Campaign is underway.
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Happening tomorrow: ‘Sketches for Scholarships’ in Boliva

Three Brunswick Community College students will compete for scholarships Friday from 10:00 a.m. till noon. Michelle Cathey and Danielle Pittman are both seeking an Associate Degree in Science and Kathryn A. Hewett is seeking an Associate Degree in Nursing. They will be drawing their way to scholarships and they need the public's help. You can vote on your favorite during the same hours and those votes will determine the winner.
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Orange turtles pop up in Carolinas

More rusty reptiles are popping up in the Carolinas.
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“UNCWednesday” speaker focuses on moral judgements

A UNCW professor took a deeper look into moral judgements Wednesday night. The event was part of the "UNCWednesday" series put on by the College of Arts and Sciences.
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: TaeKwon Jack

Achieving your black belt is no easy task in the world of martial arts. It takes determination. We found a man, 81 years young, whose determination led to him finally getting that black belt 50 years after he first started the journey.
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CFCC sweeps BCC in college hoops

It was a clean sweep for Cape Fear Community College on Wednesday against arch-rival Brunswick Community College in a men's-women's basketball doubleheader.
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City holds public input meeting on potential rail realignment

The City of Wilmington held a public input meeting Wednesday about the possibility of moving the CSX rail line from Wilmington to Brunswick County.
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NC Blue Alert system will alert public when an officer is attacked

The Blue Alert system will notify the public when an NC officer has been attacked and a suspect is currently on the loose.