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Masonboro.org collects record low amount of trash after July 4th celebrations

Bright eyed and bushy tailed, the Masonboro.org volunteers went out to clean up after July 4th celebrations on the barrier island Sunday morning.

Joe Biden evokes MLK and George Floyd in Fourth of July message

Evoking the names of Martin Luther King and George Floyd, Joe Biden said Saturday that the U.S. "never lived up" to its founding principle that "all men are created equal."

Black Lives Matter holds ‘4th of You Lie’ Rally and March

On a day when many are celebrating, the Black Lives Matter Wilmington group led a peaceful protest called "The 4th of You Lie."

Police search for ‘armed and dangerous’ suspect after deadly shooting in Galivants Ferry

Horry County Police Department is searching for a man in relation to a deadly 4th of July shooting in Galivants Ferry.

Mississippi could drop Jim Crow-era statewide voting process

The state’s voters will decide in November whether to dump an election process that dates to the Jim Crow era.

Grand Strand Surfrider Foundation to hold 5th of July beach cleanup

The Grand Strand Surfrider Foundation is holding a fifth of July beach cleanup to help stop trash from finding its way to the ocean.

Man arrested after shooting on Hanover Street

A Wilmington man turned himself into authorities this afternoon after shooting a man Friday evening.

Hot dog champs repeat as July 4 gluttony fest moves indoors

The coronavirus outbreak moved the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest from the Coney Island boardwalk to an undisclosed indoor location but the results were familiar.

Man arrested after allegedly stealing Darlington Co. patrol car, running over deputy

Officers have arrested a man accused of running over a Darlington County deputy and stealing their patrol car.

Shots fired at Myrtle Beach Waffle House, no injuries

A 21-year-old man from Kingstree, S.C. was arrested after police say he fired a handgun in the parking lot of a Myrtle Beach Waffle House Saturday morning.

Civil rights groups sue to block city’s limits on protests

Civil rights groups have sued to block a North Carolina city from enforcing an ordinance that requires permits for protests.
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Small crowd, no floats in Southport this Fourth of July

Coronavirus isn't stopping Fourth of July activities in Southport. Residents are not letting this 225 year old tradition die.

Two people suffer burns from boat fire in Myrtle Beach, officials say

Two people are hurt after a boat caught fire Saturday afternoon in Myrtle Beach, according to officials.

Trooper investigating fatal I-485 crash critically hurt after car collides with patrol cruiser

A state highway patrol trooper investigating a fatal crash from Friday night is in critical condition after a car collided with their cruiser and then, the cruiser hit them.

Former North Carolina town officials accused of embezzlement

The N.C. State Bureau of Investigation says three former town officials have been arrested on a number of embezzlement charges following their indictment this week.

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