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LISTEN: Pender County woman wins $1 million prize

A second chance turned into a big win for a Pender County woman. 

Man charged with Shallotte murder won $10M lottery prize in 2017

We are learning more about the Leland man who is accused of murdering a woman.

Southport woman buys $5 scratch-off ticket, wins big prize

A Brunswick County woman turned $5 into $200,000 after her scratch-off ticket turned out to be a winner.

Pender man hits it big with two lottery wins since 2017

Lightning struck twice for one Pender County man.  Two and a half years after winning $200,000, Israel Carbajal won another $100,000 prize.

Whiteville man wins $200,000 in lottery game

The number seven proved lucky for a Whiteville man, when it led him to buy a $5 scratch-off that delivered a $200,000 prize.

School bus driver, cafeteria worker wins $150K lottery prize

Sylvia Mejia, a school bus driver and cafeteria worker in Robeson County, revealed 10 words on her crossword-themed scratch-off ticket to win the game’s top prize of $150,000.

Local men win trip to Times Square, could score $1 million prize

Two men from our area have a chance to win $1 million during a special Powerball drawing on New Year's Eve.

$1 million lottery ticket waits unclaimed in North Carolina

North Carolina's lottery says it's waiting for someone to claim a $1 million ticket.

Wilmington couple wins $25K a year for life on lottery ticket

One Wilmington couple will be getting $25,000 a year for life after winning the 'Lucky for Life' prize.

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Judge hears lawsuit attempting to delay NHRMC sale

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