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Deputies investigating after man stabbed in street fight

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video Deputies in Brunswick County are investigating after they say a man was stabbed during a fight in the street earlier tonight. Full story...
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B.J. Wright's wife pleads guilty to obstruction of justice

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videoThe wife of a well known Columbus County criminal is heading to prison herself for trying to tamper with her husband's criminal trial. Full story...
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WPD still waiting on review of K9 officer

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videoWilmington Police are still waiting on the results of an internal review into an officer under investigation for use of force involving a police dog. Full story...
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Suspect charged with murder of elderly man

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videoA Wilmington man is charged with second degree murder in the death of an 86-year-old man weeks after was attacked. Full story...
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Judge to weigh gov't secrets in NC terror case

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A North Carolina man charged with seeking to join an al-Qaida-linked militant group in the civil war in Syria must stay in custody ahead of his trial, and now a federal judge is deciding how to protect government secrets. Full story...
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911 call, dash cam reveal more about arrest of man out on bond for rape

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videoWe're learning more tonight about the arrest this week of a man accused of victimizing a woman not once, but twice since May. Deputies arrested Richard Teremaine Gore Monday. Full story...
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Ingram fills Batten's seat on Sheriff's Training and Standards Commission

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videoBrunswick County Sheriff John Ingram is filling the seat on the NC Sheriff's Education and Training and Standards Commission left empty when former Columbus County Sheriff Chris Batten resigned. Full story...
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NC man convicted in Va. of biting friend's ear off

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A North Carolina man faces up to 20 years in prison in Virginia after being convicted of biting off his friend's ear. Floyd Raynaldo Warren of Scotland Neck, NC, is scheduled to be sentenced March 5. Full story...
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WPD arrests four wanted by FBI

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Wilmington Police say they've arrested four people who were wanted in Greensboro and by the FBI. A police spokeswoman says it started with officers pulling over a suspicious vehicle just before 11 p.m. on Stradleigh Road. Full story...
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Prosecutors say case against accused rapist has been slow moving

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videoProsecutors say it's been difficult moving forward the case of an accused rapist who allegedly victimized the same woman again while out on bond. Richard Gore left jail Oct. 24 after a judge reduced his bond, but prosecutors say they did not consent to the reduction from $1 million to $50,000 plus GPS monitoring. Full story...
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Police suspect gangs responsible for shots fired at homes overnight

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video Wilmington Police say gangs may be involved after shots were fired at three Wilmington homes early this morning while people were inside. Full story...
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Shots fired near New Hanover High last night

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videoWilmington Police say shots were fired last night near New Hanover High School. Police say calls came in around 7:30 p.m. at the intersection of 13th and Dock streets as New Hanover played Laney in basketball a block away at Brogden Hall. Full story...
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NC senator wants state to take over Union DSS after supervisor charged with abuse

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A North Carolina senator wants state officials to take over operations of the Union County Department of Social Services after a child abuse case. Full story...
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Accused kidnapper and rapist out on bond charged with attacking victim again

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videoA man accused of rape, kidnapping, and assault was out on bond when investigators say he again committed those crimes and more as he victimized the same woman. He got out of jail when a judge decreased his bond from $1 million to $50,000 plus GPS monitoring. Full story...
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Family says Charlotte police used excessive force

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A family is suing Charlotte-Mecklenburg police, saying the department used excessive force in the fatal shooting of a former Florida A&M football player. Full story...
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