Reigelwood man pleads guilty to shooting

A Reigelwood man has pleaded guilty to multiple charges in connection to a shooting that left one man injured. Trevor Demon Hall, 40, is charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, inflicting serious injury, and possession of firearm by felon.

Son pleads guilty to murdering Father’s girlfriend

A Bladenboro man pleaded guilty Monday morning to murdering his father's girlfriend in Bladen County Superior Court. Marquail Burney, 25, has been sentenced to up to 38 years in prison after pleading guilty to second degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon and felony larceny. 
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Study: 2018 tourism up in all NC counties despite Florence impact

Gov. Roy Cooper announced that our state saw record visitor spending in 2018 with increases in all 100 counties.
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Do you remember? Locals look back as Woodstock turns 50!

Fifty years ago, 400,000 people descended on Bethel, New York, for what was called "an Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of Peace & Music," but it's best known as Woodstock.

Trump nominates law professor for eastern NC judicial vacancy

President Donald Trump has nominated a law professor who previously worked as a prosecutor, defense attorney and journalist to fill the nation's longest federal judiciary vacancy.

After 5 years as chief, Scott Dean moves on; Lee Haywood joins StormTrack3 Weather...

After five years leading the best weather team in southeastern North Carolina, Scott Dean is moving on.
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5th Quarter Season Preview: Bladen County

In 2018, the East Bladen Eagles once again proved to be the top team in the county with their 48-12 win over the West Bladen Knights. Headed into 2019 their will be a different look for both teams. 
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Wilmington woman warns about blue-green algae after 3 dogs die hours after exposure

A Wilmington woman is devastated after her three dogs suddenly died yesterday after an afternoon of playing in and around water. Now she wants to warn other dog owners about the potential dangers in our own backyards.

NC House offering own changes to address absentee fraud

The North Carolina House has offered another version of legislation designed to prevent mail-in absentee ballot fraud that prosecutors say occurred last fall and caused officials to require a new congressional election.

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