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FIRST ON 3: Board of Elections staff denounces director's firing response

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videoThe New Hanover County Board of Elections staff claims their boss's response to getting fired is false. Full story...
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Afternoon shooting victim not cooperating with police

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Wilmington Police are investigating the shooting of a 28-year-old man this afternoon. Full story...
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Fmr. students come to teacher's aid after house fire

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videoAfter a fire destroyed the home of a South Brunswick High School math teacher, some former students decided to come together to help one of their favorite teachers. Full story...
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9 new flu deaths reported in NC

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State health officials say there were nine new flu deaths in North Carolina last week. Full story...
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Huckabee stops by Camp Lejuene on tour through Carolinas

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Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is signing copies of his new book during stops in the Carolinas. Huckabee made stops in Raleigh, at Camp Lejeune and Fort Bragg Wednesday. Full story...
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Deputies: 27 animals rescued from hoarding situation

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office said they've rescued 27 animals from an apparent hoarding situation. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: New Hanover County pastor describes being stabbed

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video The pastor stabbed at Castle Hayne Advent Christian Church about a month ago takes us back to that day. Full story...
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Legislators discuss economy on first day

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videoThe State Legislature was back in session Wednesday in Raleigh for their first full day of 2015. Full story...
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: Flying the presidential skies

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videoLet's talk EXTRAORDINARY. Imagine you're on Air Force One and standing in line at the employee/crew bathroom, right next to you, is a Secretary of State and a few Presidents of the United States. That is a true story experienced by Howie Franklin....our Extraordinary Person of the Week. Full story...
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Audit: Failed NC charter school mismanaged taxpayer funds

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North Carolina's state auditor says a failed Kinston charter school got nearly $700,000 in taxpayer funds in 2013 despite years of financial mismanagement and inflated expected student enrollment to get more than it was due. State auditors said Wednesday they looked into the finances of Kinston Charter Academy after it closed in September 2013. Full story...
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