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Sheriff Ingram hosts residents for breakfast

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videoIt has been about two months since John Ingram was sworn in as the new sheriff of Brunswick County. He was appointed after Ron Hewett's resignation.

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Rain today, but should we still conserve water?

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videoPlenty of rain today and right near the average for the year, but after a severe drought last year should we be keeping an eye on how much water we use? Full story...
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Slow economy increases library traffic

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The slow economy has renewed interest in the public library. Full story...
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Update on possible Columbus County attack

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Tuesday we told you about a Columbus County family concerned about what they say was a brutal attack on their elderly aunt last October. Full story...
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Museum offers back-to-school workshop for parents

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Back to school can be stressful for parents and kids. It can be especially tough if you have a little one heading off to school for the first time. Full story...
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Update: Case of possible attack on elderly woman re-opened

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Tuesday we told you about a Columbus County family, concerned about what they say was a brutal attack on their elderly aunt last October. Full story...
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Marshall on mandatory water restrictions after well dries up

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The town of Marshall has ordered mandatory water restrictions after one of the town's three wells dried up. Full story...
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Manufacturing company expands Greensboro facility

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A New York company that makes a license plate recognition system is expanding a Greensboro facility that will add up to 100 jobs. Full story...
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NC gov Easley speaking up on Obama's behalf

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Back in May, Gov. Mike Easley was giving advice to Hillary Rodham Clinton about how to beat Barack Obama in North Carolina. Full story...
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Charlotte school system identifies 70 gangs

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg school officials say there are about 70 gangs operating in the county's schools, with about 450 members. Full story...
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US army deserter Jeremy Hinzman ordered deported from Canada

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One of the first U.S. Army deserters from Iraq to seek refugee status in Canada has been ordered deported. Full story...
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Titan Cement Forum

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videoThe proposed Titan Americas cement plant can certainly draw a crowd. Tuesday the League of Women Voters and the Council of Neighborhood Associations held a public forum on the project. The forum at the New Hanover County library near Mayfair was packed full of residents worried about Titan Americas impact on the environment. Full story...
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Scientists identify remains found off Carolina Beach Road

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A major development in the investigation into two sets of human remains found off Carolina Beach Road back in April. Full story...
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911 call may help in murder case

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Brunswick County investigators are still looking for leads in the case of Valerie Burns. Burns' charred remains were recently found in the trunk of her burned out car.

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Rewards offered in two Wilmington crimes

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The WPD and the North Carolina Governor's Crime Commission are teaming up for a $10,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of the person who sexually assaulted and stabbed a 24-year-old woman. Full story...
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