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Kure Beach to vote on updated use of force police policy

The police department in Kure Beach is looking to update their use of force options at next Monday's council meeting. 

Man dies after early morning hit and run in Carolina Beach

One man has died after a hit and run on the 500 block of Carolina Beach Avenue North.

Man who ran credit card skimming ring sentenced to federal prison

A Venezuelan man who helped run a credit card skimming ring out of Wilmington will spend four years in prison, according to US Attorney’s Office of the Eastern District of North Carolina.

Neighbor helps 5 out of house during overnight fire in Carolina Beach

Multiple agencies responded to an early morning house fire in the St. Joseph's Place community in Carolina Beach on Tuesday.

Florida brothers sentenced in international scheme to defraud Belk

Two men behind a scheme involving items bought at Belk department stores using stolen bank account information and then sold on the black market were sentenced in federal court Tuesday.

Police ID men pulled from ocean in Kure Beach

Officials have identified the two men who were pulled from the water in Kure Beach Wednesday.

Man drowns while swimming in Kure Beach

A man drowned while swimming off the Kure Beach coast this morning, according to the Kure Beach Police Department.

Woman in custody after hours-long standoff at Kure Beach home

Police say a woman is in custody after she barricaded herself for nearly 10 hours inside a Kure Beach home.

Police: Carolina Beach man arrested, found with MDMA, pills, weed

A Carolina Beach man is behind bars after a joint investigation by Carolina Beach and Kure Beach police departments.

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Local doctor discusses COVID-19 study

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2017 ban on local LGBT ordinances ends in North Carolina

A 3 1/2-year ban on new local ordinances aimed at protecting LGBT rights in North Carolina expired Tuesday, prompting gay rights groups to urge the passage of such measures now.

New Hanover County sees more people getting tested for COVID-19

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