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  • One person dead after shooting in Oak Island

    One person dead after shooting in Oak Island

    Sunday, July 23 2017 9:54 AM EDT2017-07-23 13:54:01 GMT

    Oak Island Police responded to a shooting in the area of Keziah and Ocean Drive Saturday night around 11:15 p.m. 

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    Oak Island Police responded to a shooting in the area of Keziah and Ocean Drive Saturday night around 11:15 p.m. 

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  • NC man lists vintage FBI surveillance van for sale on eBay

    NC man lists vintage FBI surveillance van for sale on eBay

    Sunday, July 23 2017 9:17 AM EDT2017-07-23 13:17:40 GMT

    A Cary man looking for a work truck stumbled on a 1980s-era FBI surveillance van and now has listed it for sale on eBay.

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    A Cary man looking for a work truck stumbled on a 1980s-era FBI surveillance van and now has listed it for sale on eBay.

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  • First Alert Forecast: triple-digit heat index values to close the weekend

    First Alert Forecast: triple-digit heat index values to close the weekend

    Sunday, July 23 2017 7:44 AM EDT2017-07-23 11:44:14 GMT
    The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for southeastern North Carolina as the index may reach up to 109 Saturday and Sunday afternoon. (Source: WECT)The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for southeastern North Carolina as the index may reach up to 109 Saturday and Sunday afternoon. (Source: WECT)

    A hot high pressure ridge remains on-schedule to deliver a heat wave Sunday. An approaching front will provide more typical summertime heat and an unsettled weather pattern through the week. 

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    A hot high pressure ridge remains on-schedule to deliver a heat wave Sunday. An approaching front will provide more typical summertime heat and an unsettled weather pattern through the week. 

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Storm Surveys

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The paths that you see above in Black indicate the radar indicated tracks of the tornadic supercells, not the actual tracks of the tornadoes. (Source: NOAA)

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