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Residents say town lines make neighborhood 'black hole' for services

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video Residents in a Brunswick County neighborhood say they live in a "black hole." Woodridge, off of Eastwood Lane in Olde Towne, has had flooding issues for years. Residents say they're having trouble finding help because the neighborhood sits in three different jurisdictions. Full story...
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Onslow teen wanted, considered armed and dangerous

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video An Onslow County teen is wanted and considered armed and dangerous. Detectives say Tyler Allen Lanier, 19, shot into a car around 11 p.m. Sunday Full story...
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Heavy rain washes away access to Ogden business

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video When heavy rain occurs over a short time period at a certain location, that's the perfect scenario for flooding to become a problem, especially for poor drainage areas. Full story...
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New Hanover Co. teacher suspended after assault, threat arrest

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video A New Hanover County teacher has been suspended after a neighbor swore out a warrant accusing her of a racial threat. Full story...
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NCAA lifts Penn State's postseason ban

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The NCAA has lifted the rest of the sanctions placed on Penn State for the Jerry Sandusky scandal, including immediately eliminating the postseason ban. Full story...
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CFCC swears in first police chief

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video Until today Dan Wilcox was the head of security at Cape Fear Community College. Now, he is the Chief of Police. "This has been a life-long goal for me," Wilcox said after he was sworn in. Wilcox has 29 years of experience. He has worn many hats in nearly three decades which include one a a Highway Patrol officer, a volunteer firefighter, and a park ranger. Full story...
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Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William expecting second royal baby

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video There will soon be another heir to the British throne. William and Kate are expecting another baby. Full story...
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16-year-old shot and killed, police looking for 5 suspects

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videoPolice in Chadbourn say they are trying to identify five men they believe were involved in the shooting of a 16-year-old from Clarkton. Full story...
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Man accused of choking, robbing Wilmington cab driver

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videoWilmington Police say they arrested a man for choking and robbing a cab driver. 40 year old Alfonso Brooks was arrested and charged with common law robbery Full story...
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CFCC to swear in first campus police chief

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videoIn an effort to beef up campus security, Cape Fear Community College is forming an on campus police force. CFCC has been working on building the force for about two years. Now they've finally been certified as an official police department. Full story...
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Heroes stand at attention to raise awareness

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videoMembers of the military took part in the 4th Annual Stand At Attention Saturday at Independence Mall. They competed to see who could Stand At Attention the longest, but it also created a lot of public attention for a serious issue. Full story...
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Pair of judicial candidates switch party ahead of election

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video Judicial races in North Carolina are non-partisan, but a pair of candidates in one local race for judge have switched parties ahead of November's election. Full story...
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DOT suggests ways to ease Leland traffic

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video Frustrated drivers are searching for answers and tired of bumper-to-bumper traffic between Leland and Wilmington. Full story...
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Wilmington Stands Up to Cancer

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videoRelay for Life and the American Cancer Society paired together Friday night in Wilmington to Stand Up to Cancer. Full story...
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Teachers' group running anti-Tillis ad in NC

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A political spending arm of the nation's largest teachers' union is spending $1.7 million for a commercial in North Carolina's U.S. Senate race critical of House Speaker Thom Tillis on public school spending. The National Education Association said the commercial began running Friday and will continue for a week in six leading television markets. It's also going online. Full story...
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