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DA: Might take months for Marine to return from Mexico

A prosecutor says it could take even longer to return a Marine from Mexican custody to face a murder charge in North Carolina than he originally thought.

Murdered marine remembered by fourth-graders at fitness event

Fourth-graders remembered a slain marine by running a victory lap during an annual fitness day event she participated in 10 years ago.

Onslow County investigators broadening search for Cpl. Cesar Laurean

Onslow County Investigators are now broadening their search for Corporal Cesar Laurean after spending the last two months focused on finding him in Mexico.

Marine adult, fetus found in shallow grave

The remains of an adult and a fetus were found Saturday in a shallow grave in the backyard of the primary suspect in the death of a pregnant Marine, Onslow County Sheriff Ed Brown announced.

Two Camp Lejeune Marines killed in Iraq

Two 21-year-old Marines based in North Carolina have died in Iraq.

Body of missing Marine found off North Topsail Beach

Police say the body of a Marine who drowned after being caught in a rip current off North Topsail Beach was found near where he disappeared.

N.C. Marine killed in motorcycle rally

A Marine from Jacksonville, North Carolina, has died following a crash during the first night of the Harley-Davidson spring motorcycle rally here.

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Accident on N. Kerr Avenue near New Centre Drive

Wilmington police officers are currently closing off southbound traffic between those two intersections as crews work at the scene.

Arrest made after video shows dog beaten with object in Conway area

A video shows what appears to be someone tying up a dog and beating it with an object. The dog is hit multiple times and can be seen jumping repeatedly to avoid being hit.

US Catholic bishops OK steps toward possible rebuke of Biden

The 168-55 vote was announced near the end of a three-day meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops that was held virtually.

Judge rules for Florida on CDC order blocking cruise ships

U.S. District Judge Steven Merryday wrote in a 124-page decision Friday that Florida would be harmed if the CDC order effectively blocking most cruises were to continue.