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ONLY ON 3: Testimony starts in Nobles murder trial

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video After three years of waiting testimony began in the Danny Ray Nobles murder trial. Full story...
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Passenger indicted in fatal Pender wreck

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A Pender County grand jury has indicted the passenger in a car wreck earlier this month for several counts, including including second-degree murder of his girlfriend. Full story...
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Jury selection underway in trial for 2009 murder

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videoA Whiteville family will have to wait one more day for answers in the trial of a man accused of killing their loved one. There was no testimony was today as jury selection began in the murder trial of Danny Ray Nobles, though the defense provided some insight into its strategy. Full story...
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New trial set for NC man in woman's death

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A judge in Gastonia says the jurors will be chosen from another county for the retrial for a North Carolina man in the death of a woman whose body was found in South Carolina. Full story...
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Passenger charged with murder in Pender crash

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video A passenger involved in a fatal car accident in Pender County earlier this month is now charged with murder. Investigators say Lance Powers grabbed the steering wheel of the car, forcing it into oncoming traffic. The accident killed one woman and injured four other people. Full story...
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Suspect in Wilmington murder arrested

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Wilmington Police have arrested a man for a murder earlier this week. Investigators say Timothy Wayne Chinn, 43, was stabbed to death at a home in the 3600 block of Metting Road early Tuesday morning. Full story...
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Police identify man stabbed to death overnight

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A man is dead after a stabbing early this morning in Wilmington. Wilmington Police say it happened in the 3600 block of Metting Road around 12:30 a.m. Police are investigating it as a homicide. Full story...
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Columbus Co. man arrested for wife's 2000 murder

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Columbus County Sheriff's detectives and investigators with the District Attorney's Office arrested John Avery Phillip Cumbee, 51, of Honey Field Road, Whiteville, for the 2000 murder of his wife, Angela Jones Cumbee. Full story...
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Killer who escaped NC prison farm recaptured

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A convicted killer who walked away from a North Carolina prison farm has been recaptured after more than four days on the run. Full story...
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Lawyer for MacDonald witness speaks at NC hearing

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On a Friday in August 1979, Helena Stoeckley testified that she wasn't involved in the murders of the pregnant wife and daughters of then-Army Capt. Jeffrey MacDonald and that she didn't know where she was more than nine years earlier. Full story...
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'Fatal Vision' writer testifies in MacDonald case

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The author who wrote the book "Fatal Vision" about the murders of the pregnant wife and two daughters of former Green Beret doctor Jeffrey MacDonald says he never heard a woman admit to participating in the killings. Full story...
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Police believe they found missing teen's remains

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Goldsboro police say remains believed to be those of a kidnapped teenager have been unearthed, and four men are in custody, charged with murder. Full story...
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Police issue arrest warrant in missing teen case

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Police in Goldsboro say they are investigating the disappearance of a teenager as a homicide and have issued an arrest warrant for a suspect. Full story...
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Witness' brother testifies in MacDonald hearing

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The brother of a deceased witness in the murders of the family of former Green Beret doctor Jeffrey MacDonald is testifying that his sister said she was in the MacDonald home the morning of the killings. Full story...
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Bryant guilty of real estate agent's murder

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video A Brunswick County jury convicted Craig Bryant of first degree murder today. The group of 12 deliberated late thursday and all day friday before reaching a verdict this morning. Full story...
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