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More maps giving more direction on NC Legislature

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More Republican-penned maps are being released to give direction to members of the North Carolina Legislature about how their district lines will change for the next decade. Full story...
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Fayetteville hosting gang training conference

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Cumberland County authorities are getting together with other law enforcement agencies in North Carolina to educate themselves on how to handle gangs. Full story...
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New Charlotte prosecutor seeking death sentences

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The district attorney who took over in Charlotte this year plans to seek the death sentence in three cases in the next year. Full story...
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Wild dogs challenge Cumberland Co. animal workers

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Cumberland County officials say about 10 packs of wild dogs are roaming neighborhoods and are threatening pets and people. Full story...
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Teen killed by BB-gun shot near Reidsville

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Rockingham County sheriff's deputies are investigating the death of a teenager who was found in the woods near Reidsville with a BB gun shot to the head. Full story...
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Navassa mayor charged with DWI

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Navassa Mayor Eulis Willis is facing a driving while impaired charge after being stopped by Navassa police Sunday morning, according to North Carolina Highway Patrol. Full story...
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Old church gets new life as event space, skate park

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video Wilmington is home to many historic buildings and churches, but only one also morphs into a skate park. The Brooklyn Arts Center is 123 years old and was brought back to life earlier this year. It seems the space has something for everyone, including skateboarders. Full story...
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Fort Fisher hosts Second Saturday, showcases Civil War literature

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Our area is rich with history, and Fort Fisher is a favorite spot for many locals, visitors and historians. Full story...
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Hair gets chopped for charity

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After a year and a half of growing, a local salon owner chopped his locks for charity in his first ever “Hair can Help” fundraiser. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Trooper investigation results released; Wyrick cleared, Smith will be disciplined

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video "During the course of the investigation, a number of discrepancies were discovered between what was alleged to have occurred and what we know occurred through witness accounts and other information. The information and evidence obtained during the investigation does not support Mr. Tessener's allegations. However, the investigation did show that Trooper Smith violated Patrol policy, and he will be disciplined accordingly," said Col. Gilchrist. Full story...
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