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'Plant an Azalea Week' helps get Wilmington ready for Azalea Festival

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videoIt's less than a week until the Azalea Festival. That means it's "Plant an Azalea Week." The event kicked off this morning in Wilmington. Full story...
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Wilmington Fashion Weekend kicks off tonight

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videoArea designers get to show off their creativity while people hungry for fashion and a good time enjoy wonderful events all weekend long. Money raised benefits a local outreach program for children Full story...
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Trial in murder of elderly woman delayed until Monday

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Opening arguments in the trial for a man charged with a 2012 murder will have to wait until next week. District Attorney Jon David says Richard Grissett's trial has been put off until Monday after the judge called in sick. Full story...
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NC voter audit suggests widespread fraud

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videoThe North Carolina Board of Elections is investigating hundreds of cases where voters appear to have cast 2012 ballots in two states. Full story...
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Hammerheads hold meet & greet, UNCW baseball beats Coastal Carolina

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videoThe Wilmington Hammerheads held a meet and greet on Wednesday night. It was the first of numerous meet and greets the team plans to hold in 2014. UNCW fell behind early against Coastal Carolina in baseball, but the Seahawks managed to pull out a victory at Brooks Field. We were there for that along with UNCW-Coastal Carolina softball, Hoggard-Cape Fear Academy tennis and a signing ceremony at New Hanover. Plus more Full story...
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ILM Airport Director retiring

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Wilmington International Airport is losing the man who piloted the airport for the past 16 years. Full story...
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Employees cut at unemployment office

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videoLong lines, and larger than normal crowds are causing frustration at Wilmington’s unemployment office. Kenneth Brown has been having issues at Wilmington's unemployment office for some time. Full story...
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UPDATE: Man dies after car rolls over

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videoHighway Patrol says a Winnabow man died this evening after he wrecked his car. Full story...
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EXTRAORDINARY PERSON: The King of Castle Street

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video The week's Extraordinary Person of the Week is the King of Castle. Full story...
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Troopers: Boy on motorized scooter run over after not stopping for school bus

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videoA child riding a motorized scooter has been injured after investigators say he failed to stop for a school bus and was run over by one of its tires this afternoon in New Hanover County. Full story...
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County, city hear presentation on economic develop strategy

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video Last August New Hanover County leaders hired an economic consultant to help the county move in a positive direction. After hearing the consultant's presentation today, Commission Chair Woody White says the $100,000 price tag was money well spent. Full story...
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State Board of Ed delays Douglass Academy decision

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videoDouglass Academy does not have enough students according to state law, but that is not stopping them from teaching, at least for now. Today the NC Board of Eeducation met in Pembroke to discuss the next steps for the charter school. Full story...
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Long, cold winter could mean especially bad allergy season

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videoThat light yellow dusting on your windshield is a sure sign spring is here, and so is allergy season. This year it could be worse than usual. Full story...
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Woman charged with sister's murder likely to stay in jail

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videoA woman charged with her sister's murder will likely stay in jail after making her first court appearance this afternoon. Full story...
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Castle Street planning block party Saturday

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Castle Street has seen a rebirth after the efforts of Michael Moore and Charles Adams, two downtown antique store owners, moved their shops to the street in 2004. Followed by many others, the street developed into the Castle Street Arts & Antique District. Full story...
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