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Judge issues gag order in case of 5 slain SC kids

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A judge has issued a gag order in the case of a South Carolina father who authorities said killed his five children. Local media outlets report Wednesday that Circuit Judge Thomas Russo approved the step in the case of Timothy Ray Jones Jr. Full story...
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Jury convicts former police chief on 2 of 3 counts

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video A Columbus County jury has convicted former Fair Bluff Police Chief Marty Lewis on two of three counts in his drug trial. Full story...
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Local Realtors taking extra precautions in wake of AR murder

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video WWAY takes a local look at a story that's made national headlines. A Realtor in Arkansas was kidnapped and murdered while showing a house last week. What are local realtors doing now to make sure this doesn't happen in the Cape Fear? Full story...
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City posts signs showing effects of proposed street and sidewalk bond

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videoIn a little over a month, Wilmington residents will decide if a $44 million street and sidewalk bond aimed to improve walkways and roadways will pass. City officials have put up signs around the Port City to help demonstrate some of the projects impacted by the bond proposal. Full story...
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Join us to celebrate 50 years of WWAY Saturday at Ziggy's!

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For half a century WWAY has been part of the community in the Cape Fear. As we celebrate this milestone, we want the community to be part of the party. Full story...
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NEW DETAILS: Man's body found under Whiteville bridge with several gunshot wounds

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video Officials need the community's help in identifying the man found dead in a creek under a bridge. Full story...
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Court blocks parts of new NC voting law

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video A federal appeals court panel is ordering parts of North Carolina's strict new voting law set aside for next month's elections because it is likely to disenfranchise black voters. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: School bus driver resigns amid investigation

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video A New Hanover County Schools bus driver has resigned amid an investigation. David Penson submitted his resignation today. Full story...
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NHSO: Scammer trying to take advantage of voter ID law

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video The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office says it is investigating a possible fraud tied to voter information and the state's voter identification law. Full story...
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NEW DETAILS: Victim found in the backseat of car after shooting

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video There are new details on a deadly shooting on 9th and Orange Streets in Wilmington Tuesday afternoon. Full story...
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Police: More than $20,000 of equipment stolen from construction site

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Wilmington Police said more than $20,000 of equipment was stolen from a construction site Tuesday. Full story...
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UPDATE: Silver Alert canceled for Burgaw teen

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video The NC Center for Missing Persons canceled a Silver Alert for a missing endangered teen Kaitlyn Brower. Citizens are asked to be on the lookout for Brower, who is believed to be suffering from dementia or some other cognitive impairment. Full story...
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Wilmington police investigate shooting after multiple homes hit

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video ShotSpotter technology alerted Wilmington Police to shots fired in the 700 block of Nun Street around 8 p.m. Tuesday night. Officers found 30 shell casings on scene. Several homes were hit and damaged. Full story...
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Pass It On Cape Fear consignment sale this weekend

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videoAs the seasons change, so do your kids' wardrobes. We know sometimes children's clothes can get expensive when you pay department store prices. But we have a great alternative that will have you saving cash! Full story...
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Happening Tomorrow: US Open King Mackerel Tournament

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videoHappening tomorrow the 2014 US Open King Mackerel Tournament kicks off in Southport. Join more than 400 boats filled with anglers hoping to reel in a King that nabs the Grand Prize of $25,000. The event began 34 years ago and is now considered one of the premiere fishing events on the East Coast. Full story...
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