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Atmosphere Academy: How cold does it have to be for snow to form?

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video Last week's rare March snow left many North Carolinians asking the same question; just how cold does it have to be for snow to form in the first place? Meteorologist Jerry Jackson has more in the Atmosphere Academy. Full story...

UPDATE: Missing Castle Hayne teen shows up for school

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16-year-old Lakresha Johnson has been missing since Friday around 11:00 pm. Full story...
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WPD officers make weed bust Saturday night

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Wilmington Police officers say they seized ten pounds of marijuana Saturday night after stopping a car in the 5100 block of Market Street. Full story...
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NC gas prices up almost 4 cents over past week

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Average retail gasoline prices in North Carolina have risen 3.7 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.70/g today. This compares with the national average that has increased 4.7 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.74/g. Full story...
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Cable out at Oak Island

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Due to digging and construction associated with an ongoing water and sewer plant upgrade in Oak Island, Time Warner Cable lines have been damaged. As a result, some customers in the area have experienced a disruption of service. Full story...
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Tsunami experts gather in Wilmington

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Tsunamis are not a threat we think of often here on the Atlantic coast. Even so, two of the world's leading experts on tsunami waves visited the Port City today to educate emergency officials on threats posed to our coast. Full story...
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Visits from NC senators rare

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Is there a correlation between time spent in an area and the commitment to serving that area? Maybe. When we asked both candidates what projects they were working on specifically for Southeastern North Carolina, neither had a concrete answer. Full story...
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Teacher wins national award

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New Hanover County's Ann Hughes has been named National Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year. Full story...
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Crews burn Castle Hayne Park

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The state Forest Service scorched the underbrush at Castle Hayne park in an effort to minimize the risk of wildfires. Full story...
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Hagan checks out CFCC Marine Technology program

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The instructors are trying to get support for a new ship, because the Dan Moore is more than 40 years old and in need of replacing. They hope the tour helped prove that to the senator. Full story...
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Wilmington to host Sociable City Forum

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Wilmington Downtown Incorporated will host a nightlife forum later this year to help address violence downtown. The executive director for WDI John Hinnant says this forum is the first step in creating a master plan to curb violence downtown. Full story...
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Phony workmen conning people with old driveway paving scam

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WPD detectives have received a couple of complaints this week about a scam involving driveway and parking lot paving. This scam reappears every few years, most often in the spring and summer months. Full story...
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Second case of rabies confirmed in Brunswick County

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On Wednesday evening, March 3, 2010, a fox that was acting aggressive toward a German Shepherd from the Dixie Lane area in Supply was shot by the dog's owner. Full story...
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Season ends for UNCW men's basketball team at CAA Tourney

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video Towson beat UNCW in the first round of the CAA Tournament Full story...
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Wilmingtonian appointed to NC Commission on Volunteerism & Community Service

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Gov. Bev Perdue has appointed Tannis F. Nelson of Wilmington to the North Carolina Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service. Full story...
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