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Update on Trump billboard vandalism case

Over the last month the District Attorney's Office has received hundreds of calls and emails from citizens interested in the Injury to Personal Property and Injury to Real Property charges against Marion Timothy Joyner, Nicole Nelson (A.K.A. Lily Nicole), and Joshua Zieseniss.

Man sentenced to up 12 years in prison for home burglaries

Jason Matthew Parker, of Wilmington, plead guilty yesterday to 3 counts of first‐degree burglary and three counts of felony larceny.

Wilmington man headed to prison following drug trial

A Wilmington man will spend several years behind bars for a number of drug convictions.

UPDATE: Police identify victim, suspects in fatal high-speed chase

One person is dead and two other people are in custody after an alleged armed robbery that lead to a chase early Saturday morning. 

UNC law students help drivers get suspended licenses back

Instead of vacationing, several law students are spending their spring break helping those in need.

Alleged gang members accused of violating injunction

Nearly one month after the New Hanover County district attorney went to court and got a preliminary injunction against two dozen alleged gang members, two of them are now accused of violating that court order.

Injunction granted against Wilmington gang and 24 members

New Hanover County District Attorney Ben David asked for a preliminary injunction against members of the Folk Nation 720 Gangster Disciples.

‘Nuisance’ hotel comes to agreement with District Attorney’s office

Another Market Street hotel has agreed to change the way they conduct business, after entering into an agreement with the District Attorney's Office.

‘Know Your Rights’ meeting opens dialogue between law enforcement, civilians

Folks from the Wilmington police Department, New Hanover County Sheriff's Office, and the District Attorney's Office teamed up to talk with people about what their rights are in a number of situations.

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Part of Independence Boulevard shut down due to retention pond flooding

The Wilmington Police Department has shutdown a section to of Independence Boulevard due to flooding caused by a retention pong.

FUN: Children’s Museum of Wilmington Mud Day

The event will be June 25 and 26 from 9a.m. to 12p.m. 

New Hanover County inspector provides insight into Miami building collapse

A deadly apartment building collapse in Florida has many asking what caused the tragedy, and a local building inspector is offering some perspective.

Two-vehicle accident impacts traffic near Isabel Holmes Bridge

Wilmington Police and emergency personnel responded to multiple calls of a traffic accident in the area of the Martin Luther King Parkway and the Isabel Holmes Bridge Thursday night.