Hooper Street body found
3 hours ago
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Police identify man found dead on Hooper Street

Wilmington Police have identified the man found shot on Hooper Street yesterday morning.
3 hours ago
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New Hanover County employee fired for DWI after new details emerge

The man who recently took over as Manager of New Hanover County Emergency Management is off the job.
3 hours ago
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Habitual felon turns himself in for making bomb threats

The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office says they have identified the man who called in two bomb threats to the New Hanover County Courthouse.
Shamyia Brownson
1 hour ago
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WPD asking for help finding teen last see Wednesday night

Shamyia Brownson, 17, was last seen at the Hardees at 1970 S. 17th St. around 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Bill Cosby
2 hours ago
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Judge: Cosby jury can hear about quaaludes, not Spanish fly

Jurors at Bill Cosby's sex assault trial in Pennsylvania will hear his explosive deposition testimony about quaaludes but not his references to the supposed aphrodisiac Spanish fly.
4 hours ago
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Trump signs order that could expand drilling in Arctic, Atlantic oceans

President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order that could lead to the expansion of drilling in the Arctic and Atlantic oceans.
5 hours ago
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Man arrested in Bolton hammer assault

Investigators have made an arrest in Thursday morning's hammer attack.
Eagle Point 6
5 hours ago
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Wells Fargo Championship: Eagle Point Hole 6

The fifth hole is the shortest par 5 on the golf course, however that does not guarantee a low score.
5 hours ago
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Downtown parking details for Wells Fargo Championship

Downtown Wilmington is one of two transportation hubs for the Wells Fargo Championship.
6 hours ago
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Myrtle Beach considers how to deal with beachfront crime

Myrtle Beach, the city at the heart of South Carolina's $20 billion tourism industry, is trying to figure out how to deal with crime at beachfront businesses.