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NHC schools look to educate parents and teachers about gangs

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The New Hanover County School District is trying to educate parents and teachers about gangs. Thursday night marked the first of four gang training sessions. Ashley High School hosted the meeting. Full story...
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High school athletes declare where they'll compete collegiately

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videoA handful of high school athletes from the Cape Fear region made a big leap Thursday by signing their national letters of intent. Full story...
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State speaks up for domestic violence victims

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videoOver the weekend, the US House of Representatives approved a health care reform bill. The plan would stop insurance companies from denying patients coverage because of a pre-existing condition. Full story...
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Pender full of ponds and puddles

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videoThe water is receding and the clean-up effort is underway. When eight inches of water fall from the sky, there's not much we can do to stop it. Full story...
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Oversanitizing: Are you doing more harm?

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videoConcerns about the seasonal flu and H1N1 have people putting extra emphasis on keeping their homes and bodies clean. But all the disinfectant and antibacterial soaps could actually be doing you more harm than good. Full story...
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A break in the case of a Hampstead murder

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There is a big break in Pender County's first murder of the year. Thursday, detectives released composite sketches of two people of interest in the death of Beverly Moore of Hampstead. Full story...
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Governor Perdue visits Port City, discusses NC's film industry

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videoA day after the 15th Annual Cucalorus Film Festival opened, Governor Bev Perdue visited the Port City to talk about North Carolina's film industry. The governor signed an executive order reauthorizing the North Carolina Film Council. Full story...
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Possible robbery avoided at a local Bank of America

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Alert employees at the Bank of America on College Road may have foiled a robbery Thursday afternoon. Police said a man who went into the bank, looked strikingly... Full story...
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Thursday Morning Music Club fills local church with music and fans

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Music filled Saint Paul's Episcopal Church during a special Veteran's Day ceremony Wednesday. Thursday, more music rang out inside the church walls. This time it was the “Thursday Morning Music Club”. Full story...
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What's Happening: November 13-15

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videoYou can get plenty of exercise this weekend while raising money for several charities. And if you want to kickoff your holiday shopping, there is one place you will need to go. Full story...
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Kim Munley reflects on her act of heroism

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videoIn her first television interview since the shooting at Fort Hood, hometown hero Kim Munley Wednesday reflected on the incident that left 13 dead, and 43 injured. Full story...
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Heavy rain causes school delays

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videoWednesday's heavy rain has already led to a number of delays for Thursday. Full story...
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Campaign recognizes military-friendly employers

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Gov. Beverly Perdue wants to promote North Carolina's military-friendly image by helping veterans and military spouses find work. Full story...
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Back in business after year of rebuilding

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videoOne year ago, an electrical fire destroyed Valino's Restaurant on Carolina Beach Road. Last week owners re-opened the restaurant with a new name and a new look. Full story...
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Honoring Veterans with the Massing of the Colors

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videoThe annual Veterans Day Ceremony at Wilmington National cemetery was moved inside due to the rain, but the Massing of the Colors went as planned at a nearby church. Full story...
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