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Law Enforcement

'Know Your Rights' event held for public

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videoA "Know Your Rights" event was held Friday at the Martin Luther King Center in Wilmington. Full story...
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24-hour police support event finishes

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video24 hours after it began a Pender County man wrapped up his day long remembrance of police. Farris Leonard decided Monday evening to sit out on the courthouse lawn in Burgaw to show his support for what the men and women in law enforcement do. Full story...
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Small group gathers at police headquarters to say 'Thank you'

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videoA small group of people gathered outside of Wilmington Police Headquarters this morning to say thank you to officers. Full story...
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24-hour vigil to support police

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videoIn light of the weekend shooting that ended in the murders of two New York Police officers, one local man is literally standing up for the Cape Fear's police departments. Full story...
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Law enforcement beefing up for Azalea Festival

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videoThe Azalea Festival is in full bloom now, and with that comes thousands of people from out of town, and more law enforcement officers. With more than 200,000 expected to attend the street fair alone, law enforcement has its hands full this weekend. Full story...
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Flags at half staff to honor fallen law enforcement officers

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You may have seen a lot of flags flying at half staff today. Gov. Pat McCrory asked to lower the flags across the state to honor fallen law enforcement officers. Full story...
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Law enforcement leaders meet to discuss potential crime lab

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video Law enforcement leaders met today to discuss the possibility of a regional lab that could help speed up some investigations. Full story...
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NC troopers cracking down for school bus safety

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The North Carolina Highway Patrol is planning a crackdown on dangerous driving around school buses and in school zones. Full story...
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D.A.R.E. comes to Wilmington for state conference

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Dozens of officers and D.A.R.E. representatives are in Wilmington this week for a statewide conference. Full story...
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Victims of impaired drivers honored in lights

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video The Tree of Life was bright this year with about 2,000 Christmas lights strung on it’s branches. Each light represents someone who has died because of a traffic accident in North Carolina in 2010. The white lights are strung for the 1,327 people who died in accidents and the 437 red lights represent the lives lost to impaired drivers. Full story...
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