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Deputies: Jacksonville man twice assaulted pregnant woman

JACKSONVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) - A Jacksonville man who the Onslow County Sheriff's Office said twice assaulted a pregnant woman in front of her children has been arrested. Donald Williams, 29, faces numerous charges in connection to the assaults. On December 5, Onslow County sheriff's deputies responded

WNCT - 2018-01-17 00:31:22

Jury finds two guilty in 2015 home invasion

Two defendants in a 2015 home invasion in Jacksonville were found guilty Tuesday by an Onslow County jury. James A. Cox Jr. was found guilty of discharging a firearm into an occupied dwelling, felonious breaking and entering and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon. Ashley Dean Jacks

JDNEWS.COM - 2018-01-17 01:39:23

Ribbon cutting held for Onslow County shell building

Community leaders and residents gathered in Onslow County to commemorate the completion of a new building that aims to bring more economic growth. Onslow County Commissioners cut the ribbon for a new shell building located in Burton Business Industrial Park. The project first began in January of 20

WITN - 2018-01-17 05:51:00

Traffic congestion near hospital to be handled in roundabout way

NCDOT is aiming to correct what it believes is a traffic congestion problem near the hospital by installing a large roundabout. The roundabout would replace traffic lights near the Y-intersection of Neuse and Martin Luther King Jr. boulevards, near the Taco Bell. A meeting to discuss the project wit

SUN JOURNAL - 2018-01-16 20:48:19

9 things about the new Onslow Co. shell building

The ribbon has been cut at the second shell building built in Burton Business Industrial Park, which hopefully means new jobs are coming soon to Onslow County. "A shell building is basically a flexibly-designed building so that any number of different manufacturers could move into it and start opera

JDNEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 19:35:18

Proposed traffic pattern in Jacksonville is 'a lot different'

A public meeting on a major roadway change for Jacksonville is being held this week. The intersection at U.S. 17 and Old Maplehurst Road is currently a cluster of stoplights and is often backed up whether it's the morning commute, drivers heading home in the evening, or beach-bound sunbathers during

JDNEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 23:50:27

Real IDs needed at Camp Lejeune starting January 22nd

CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. (WITN) - Starting this coming Monday visitors to Camp Lejeune will need to have driver's licenses with enhanced security to get on base. Marines say starting January 22nd, those people without DOD IDs will need to have licenses with Real ID. Back in October the base tried to enact

WITN - 2018-01-16 19:00:00

Coastal town investigates police department, chief on leave

A small town on North Carolina's coast is putting its police chief on leave without saying why CAPE CARTERET, N.C. (AP) - A small town on North Carolina's coast is putting its police chief on leave without saying why. Multiple media organizations reported that Cape Carteret sent notice late Friday t

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Fire causes significant damage to family home

January 16, 2018 WORLAND - Coming home and noticing smoke coming out of your house is a terrifying experience, an experience that Charlene Sherman and her children experienced Friday evening around 5:21 p.m., upon returning to their home located at 1004 Culbertson Ave., in Worland. After Worland Vol

WYODAILY.COM - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Former Basin clerk bound over to district court on fraud charges

January 11, 2018 WORLAND - A Greybull woman charged with fraudulently taking nearly $100,000 from the Town of Basin and Basin Area Chamber was bound over to district court on two felony fraud counts after a 45-minute preliminary hearing Wednesday afternoon. Danielle Chapman aka Danielle Lampman, for

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State Treasurer takes Capital tour of state

January 16, 2018 WORLAND - State Treasurer Mark Gordon (R-Kaycee) spent Friday on a Capital Tour of northern Wyoming, speaking with banking officials about changes to the state investment services, and used his time to highlight improvements with Wyoming's unclaimed property division. According to t

WYODAILY.COM - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Clay Gibbons presents 'The Woman in Blue' for Hot Springs Historical Society

January 12, 2018 WORLAND - The 1897 Wyoming was more of a wild and lawless settlement than ever. Sweeping upon this scene came the unruly Belle Drewry, who brought her own brand of mayhem and debauchery. Worland man Clay Gibbons spins the true tale of crime, death, gun smoke, and the eternal triang

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Karla's Kolumn: Recycling in Small Town America

January 13, 2018 Why do people recycle? Some people recycle as their gift to the Earth to help reduce use of fossil fuels for plastics and reduce the loss of trees for paper. Other recycle as a way to keep landfills from filling up. Some recycle as a way to make money, although that reason is not as

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Though small in numbers, Grizzly grapplers riding high

The small but mighty Rocky Mountain High School wrestling squad has some outstanding wrestlers who won numerous matches in dual match action over the weekend. There just aren't enough of them. The Grizz, four members strong, joined with Greybull/Riverside and Lovell for the traditional Big Horn Coun

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Meeting tonight on sales tax renewal

January 16, 2018 WORLAND - Discussion on renewal of the general purpose one-cent sales tax will begin tonight at a public meeting in the Washakie County Commissioners meeting room. The meeting is set to begin at 5:30 p.m. for the purpose of "beginning the process of what items will be put on the bal

WYODAILY.COM - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Miller announces bid for Congress

Buford, Wyoming, resident and Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, Rod Miller. WORLAND - "I've been a Republican my entire life, and traditional Republicans, especially Wyoming Republicans, are where it's about right. It's all right there, the things you should believe in and

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Power outage in Northwest Springfield

Icy road conditions led to a major power outage in Northwest Springfield overnight. A driver lost control of their vehicle around 11:45 Tuesday night and it took out a power pole near Chestnut Expressway and College Street. Hundreds of people were without power for a few hours after the incident.

KYTV - 2018-01-17 08:57:00

Hotel Vandivort announces expansion in downtown Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Hotel Vandivort announced Tuesday it will be expanding through the construction of an additional 42,000 sqft building. The adjacent building will feature 48 additional guest rooms with upscale design, meeting space and the addition of valet service. Crowning this new development

KYTV - 2018-01-17 01:40:00

Driver seriously injured in crash with train in Dade County

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - The Missouri Highway Patrol is investigating a crash between a car and a train in Dade County that serious injured a driver Bob Bishop, 86, of Greenfield, Mo. is hospitalized in Springfield. Investigators say the driver's vehicle slid onto the tracks and into the path of a train.

KYTV - 2018-01-17 06:13:00

3 area students on Dean's List at Drury day school

Three students from the Buffalo Reflex readership area earned spots on the Drury University day school Dean's List for the fall semester. They include the following: Buffalo - Taylor Stanton, Buffalo High School. Fair Grove - Mitchell Johnson, Fair Grove High School. Tunas - Miranda Maverick, Buf

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2018-01-16 11:00:00