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Christian counselor charged with murder

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The Sheriff's Office says Michael Shawn Brown bonded out of jail this afternoon on a $50,000 bond for the death of Larry Townes back in March. Full story...
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Bojangles' on Market Street rated 2nd best in restaurant system

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After undergoing a meticulous evaluation process based on customer satisfaction, food quality and overall experience, The Bojangles’ located at 7155 Market St. was awarded second place in Bojangles’ coveted ShowBo awards Full story...
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Brunswick Vet Clinic lease signed, starts in August

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The lease has been signed for a new Veterans Administration clinic in Brunswick County. Rep. Mike McIntyre says the VA will take possession of the site June 1. He says operations are scheduled to begin the first week of August. Full story...
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Marine experts warn against harming turtles

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North Carolina Marine Fisheries agents are warning fishermen and beach-goers to look out for endangered sea turtles as the large reptiles move into coastal waters as temperatures warm. Full story...
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UPDATE: Woman caught trafficking cocaine gets community service

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Detectives say Dorothy Sowell had more than 60 grams of cocaine, digital scales, and packaging material valued at over $6000.00 in her car when they stopped her. Sowell was convicted of the charges on April 21 and was sentenced to community service and put on probation for two years. She will not serve any prison time. Full story...
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FDA panel backs infant doses for kids' Tylenol

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Federal health experts say dosing instructions for children younger than 2 years old should be added to Children's Tylenol and similar products containing acetaminophen, the popular pain reliever and fever reducer. Full story...
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NC Senate panel zeroes in on teacher group's money

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North Carolina Republicans are dishing up some financial payback for the state's top teacher lobbying group, one of the strongest supporters of the Legislature's former Democratic leadership. Full story...
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Wilmington native Leonard says in book he was abused by coach

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Wilmington native Sugar Ray Leonard says in his upcoming autobiography that he was sexually abused by a coach as a young boxer in the early 1970s. Full story...
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NCCU grad copied speech from YouTube

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A North Carolina Central University law school graduate faces possible disciplinary action after copying a commencement speech almost word for word from a YouTube video. Preston Mitchum - NCCU's top law student - delivered this year's commencement speech. Full story...
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Police: Man touched women's feet at UNC

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UNC public safety officers are looking for more victims after arresting a man for allegedly touching women's feet. Full story...
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