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Debate rages on in Topsail Beach

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videoA meeting that went late into the night dealt a blow to those hoping for more sand. Residents and homeowners at the beach are begging for more sand, but it comes at a heavy price.

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Verizon employees bring cheer to domestic violence shelter

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Verizon Wireless employees called in some holiday cheer for families from the domestic violence shelter. Thirteen hundred employees from the Verizon Call Center adopted... Full story...
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Baby injured in Thursday accident, man dies from Wednesday accident

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It has been a bad couple of days for traffic incidents in the city of Wilmington. An 18-month-old was taken to Chapel Hill, for injuries suffered in a crash Thursday morning at the corner of Third and Meares streets. Full story...
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Grand Jury requests indictment against Soles

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videoThe Columbus County Grand Jury found probable cause to seek an indictment against the Senator, for shooting a man on his property in late August.

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Island of Lights Tour of Homes back at Pleasure Island

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The Island of Lights has become a holiday tradition on Pleasure Island. But last year, part of that tradition was missing. The Tour of Homes is back this year though. Full story...
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What's Happening: December 11-13

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videoSanta is going to be busy this weekend appearing in parades and at festivals. And if you are shopping for holiday gifts, an auction in Onslow County may be for you. Full story...
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Topsail Beach renourishment project voted down

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videoIt was a full house at Wednesday night's Topsail Beach Commission Meeting. The issue: Whether to proceed with a $12 million beach renourishment project.

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Cape Fear Community College looks to help job-seekers

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Cape Fear Community College is setting out to put job-seekers on the fast track toward employment in the New Year. CFCC's Jobs Now program will offer short-term, low-cost classes... Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Update on Wilmington Nissan story

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We have an update on a Troubleshooters report we brought you earlier this year. Pamela Pickett put a $1,000 cash down payment on a used car at Wilmington Nissan. Full story...
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High school students visit CFCC to learn about health industry

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Hands on health training was the name of the game today at CFCC. A handful of students from North Brunswick High School interested in pursuing health related careers got the chance to practice real life procedures. Full story...
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Topsail Humane Society temporarily closed to address violations

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videoThe Topsail Humane Society received a disapproval rating during a recent state inspection. The animals have since been cleared out, so workers can make necessary repairs. Full story...
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Camp Lejeune Marines on a mission

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videoCamp Lejeune is a very busy place as Marines get ready to ship off to Afghanistan. Their missions are varied, but none more so than the MEU - the Marine Expeditionary Unit. WWAY's Steve Rondinaro and Shontrelle Robinson visited Camp Lejeune, to watch the 24th MEU conduct one of its final training exercises prior to deployment. Full story...
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Explosive scare turns out to be a bust

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videoIt was a tense scene in the Brunswick County community of Navassa Wednesday afternoon as Hazmat crews were called in to diffuse a potentially explosive situation. Full story...
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The turtles are coming... The turtles are coming!

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Giant fiberglass sea turtles are coming to Topsail Beach! Full story...
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Whiteville Army recruitment office short-staffed

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The Army recruitment office in Whiteville usually has three recruiters. But for the last two or three months, transfers and accidents have left just one recruiter to sign people up for service, and that's making it difficult for people to be all they can be. Full story...
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