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NC trooper kills pedestrian in Elizabeth City

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A North Carolina Highway Patrol trooper has struck and killed a pedestrian walking in the road. Full story...
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Woman shot outside club in Elizabethtown

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The Elizabethtown Police Department has confirmed a shooting that happened outside of Club World Wide Friday night. Full story...
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Pro surfers gather at Wrightsville Beach for 7th Annual Reef Sweetwater Pro-Am Surf Fest

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video Thousands of local surfers and beach goers came out to enjoy this competition between some of the worlds best surfers. Full story...
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Miss Juneteenth pageant held to celebrate the holiday

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Juneteenth is celebrated by many as the official end to slavery, although it happened more than two years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers landed in Galveston, Texas and spread the news that slaves had been freed. Full story...
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Family and friends mourn murder victim's death

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It's been nearly two weeks since 59-year-old Carol Ann Johnson was found dead in her home on Pine Valley Drive. Wilmington Police have been tight-lipped about the investigation, but family and friends received some closure Saturday at a funeral to honor Johnson’s life. Full story...
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Meth lab found in Wilmington apartment

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video Three men have been charged with manufacturing crystal meth in their apartment. Wilmington Police spokeswoman Lucy Crockett called meth "the poor man's cocaine" and said the drug is becoming more popular because of the combination of tough economic times and a relatively cheap drug recipe. Full story...
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Tar Heel will have blank ballot come November

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video The deadline to run for municipal elections has ended and one community will have a blank ballot come November. The small town of Tar Heel in Bladen County has no one running for mayor or any of the three council positions and the deadline for municipal filings has not been extended. Full story...
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Driving force behind historical marker to be honored in nation's capital

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Last month a historical marker was unveiled outside Wilmington National Cemetery to honor the hundreds of US Colored Troops buried in the Port City. Next week the man behind that marker will be honored for his efforts. Full story...
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Police chief refuses to offer more info on Pine Valley murder

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video During a Friday morning news conference at the Wilmington Police Department, WWAY asked Police Chief Ralph Evangelous about the July 4 murder of Carol Ann Johnson in her Pine Valley home. Full story...
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Wilmington Police seize dozens of guns

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video Wilmington Police say they have taken a large number of guns off the streets in the first two weeks of this month. Officers confiscated many of the guns from convicted felons. Full story...
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