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Man wanted in statutory rape investigation

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video Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office are searching for a man wanted for allegedly raping a 13-year-old girl. Full story...
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Deputies: $46,000+ worth of ecstasy seized from home, pair charged

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video Officials with with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Drug Enforcement Unit, along with the Boiling Spring Lakes Police Department, arrested a pair accused of having more than $46,000 worth of ecstasy in their home. Full story...
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Innocence Inquiry Commission: Sledge's case merits judicial review

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video The North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission is in the final day of a 3-day hearing in the case of a 70-year-old man who claims he did not kill a mother and her daughter in 1976. Full story...
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LET IT GO: Enter Good Morning Carolina's Coloring Contest!

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videoThe holidays are upon us, with tree lightings, Christmas carols and seasonal shopping in full swing all around the Cape Fear area. Break out those crayons and get crafty for this year's GMC Coloring Contest, featuring the morning trio donning their best "Frozen" wear. Full story...
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NC could encourage history class lessons

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The Department of Public Instruction may encourage North Carolina high school teachers to use material from an institute funded by the conservative Koch family. The News & Observer of Raleigh reported that the Virginia-based Bill of Rights Institute has a $100,000 contract with North Carolina to help develop materials for teachers in a course on the nation's founding principles. Full story...
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NC might encourage history material funded by Koch brothers

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The Department of Public Instruction may encourage North Carolina high school teachers to use material from an institute funded by the conservative Koch family. The News & Observer of Raleigh reported that the Virginia-based Bill of Rights Institute has a $100,000 contract with North Carolina to help develop materials for teachers in a course on the nation's founding principles. Full story...
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NC could encourage history class lessons

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The Department of Public Instruction may encourage North Carolina high school teachers to use material from an institute funded by the conservative Koch family. The News & Observer of Raleigh reported that the Virginia-based Bill of Rights Institute has a $100,000 contract with North Carolina to help develop materials for teachers in a course on the nation's founding principles. Full story...
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NC health officials: Two adults died from flu

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State health officials say two adults have died from the flu in North Carolina, raising the state death toll during the flu season to four. The state Department of Health and Human Services reports the latest deaths involved one adult between the ages of 25 and 49, and another adult aged 65 and older. Full story...
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Man who fled police with 3-year-old in car sentenced

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A Wilmington man was sentenced today following a guilty plea in an incident that involved him trying to elude police with his 3-year-old child in the car. Full story...
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Gov. McCrory unveils transportation plan & impacts for coastal towns

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videoNorth Carolina's first transportation funding plan using new standards has been unveiled, and Governor Pat McCrory says the plan has major impacts for the coastal towns of the state. Full story...
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