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Former NC Marine pleads guilty to killing wife

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Marine avoids death penalty to admitting killing soldier wife. Full story...
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Court-martial delayed for NC soldier

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Army officials say a military judge has agreed to delay the court-martial of a North Carolina soldier accused in a series of rapes and break-ins. Full story...
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State government gives out raises in lean times

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More than 2,600 North Carolina state employees received raises even though they kept the same job title. Full story...
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Police, council trying to fix continued downtown problems

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videoAnother weekend and more violence in downtown Wilmington. When the bars closed in Wilmington this weekend, police say fights broke out, a police horse and patrol car became victims and someone reported a man pointing a gun at people. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: Police arrest man for slashing Marine's face

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A convicted felon is behind bars tonight. Police say he slashed Brandin Roberts, a Marine visiting Wilmington last month. Full story...
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Debate over new park in Sunset Beach

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videoSunset Beach is looking for a new home for it's 50-year-old pontoon bridge. The town is eying a piece a property, where a lot of folks want see the bridge move. Full story...
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Downtown property finally cleaning up

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The property on the corner of Front and Brunswick Streets near the soon-to-open Convention Center has been in shambles the past year, and clean-up is finally underway Full story...
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Depite fight, Bladenboro neighborhood rezoned

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videoIt's an issue that won't go away. Residents say rezoning in Bladen County would lead to a new trailer park they don't want in their neighborhood. But will neighbors be successful as they try to stop a trailer park from rolling in? Full story...
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Local state courts lead state in "case age"

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The Fifth District, which includes New Hanover and Pender Counties, ranks first among the 43 judicial districts in case age for felonies. This statistic assesses the age of a case from arrest to final disposition, as expressed in days. While the average case age across the State of North Carolina was 181 days, the Fifth District’s average case age was 106 days. Full story...
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VOTE 2010: Republicans form group to support Congressman McIntyre

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Republicans from across Southeastern North Carolina have formed a grassroots network called “Republicans for Mike” to support Congressman Mike McIntyre’s re-election bid. Full story...
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