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#UNSOLVED: Retired law enforcement volunteer to solve crime across NC

There is a group of retired and active law enforcement in the state who volunteer to help solve crime known as the Carolinas Cold Case Coalition.

#UNSOLVED: Man shot during storm, power outages in Wallace

Michael Lamb, 25 was shot and killed at a convenience store in Wallace on October 4, 2015.

Man pleads guilty to shooting, killing uncle in Duplin County

A Duplin County man will spend up to 28 years in prison for shooting and killing his uncle in 2015.

All charges dropped in Pender County deputy-involved shooting

District Attorney Ben David says all charges have been dropped in a shooting that involved a Pender County sheriff's deputy last month.

Burgaw police break up ruckus

videoAccording to the Burgaw Police Department, officers responded to a call Sunday afternoon where they found a large crowd. Officers attempted to disperse the crowd but, the group refused to obey lawful orders.

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Wilmington start-up gets $276K research grant for device to help recovering opioid users

A Wilmington-based start up company has joined the fight against opioid addiction, and celebrated one of its first milestones Thursday.

Local seniors to be featured in Wilmington ’60 strong’ Calendar

In a partnership with Wilmington Health, 12 seniors from across the area have been chosen to appear as pin ups in the 2021 Wilmington 60 Strong Calendar. 

Local protesters march for ‘justice’ and ‘change’ after ruling in Breonna Taylor’s death

There were protests in Louisville and across the country overnight following the ruling in the death of Breonna Taylor. A protest is happening in downtown Wilmington.

Trump promoting health care ‘vision’ in swing state NC

President Donald Trump is laying out his health care agenda Thursday amid a global pandemic and growing uncertainty about the future of the Affordable Care Act, the Obama-era law he vowed to replace with a much better plan, but never did.