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WPD gets technology boost

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videoThe Wilmington Police Department has a new piece of equipment helps detect blood alcohol content more quickly. Before they got their new machine, the WPD had to send blood samples to Raleigh to get tested. Full story...
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Democratic Senator Basnight speaks out about Soles

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Tuesday, Senate Republican leader Phil Berger spoke to WWAY about two ongoing SBI investigations into Senator RC Soles. Wednesday, the top Democrat senator responded. Full story...
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Is dialysis treatment for kidney failure helping patient's quality of life?

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Nearly 400,000 Americans with kidney failure are currently on dialysis treatment. Though many doctors assume dialysis will improve elderly patients' quality of life, new research finds this may not be the case. Full story...
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Early voting kicks off election season

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Election season is upon us. The Brunswick County Board of Elections spent the day making the final preparations for early voting, which kicks off Thursday. Full story...
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Group looks to strengthen standards for demolishing Wilmington's historic buildings

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The future of historic Wilmington was the topic of discussion at a downtown meeting Tuesday night. The Historic Wilmington Foundation and Wilmington Downtown, Inc. asked for the public's ideas and support. Full story...
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Public forum held on redistricting for Holly Shelter Middle School

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New Hanover County will have a new middle school next year. The opening of Holly Shelter Middle School requires moving students around. Three public forums are scheduled to discuss the issues involved. Full story...
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Positive input for Carolina Beach pier consideration

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The Town of Carolina Beach held a public hearing Tuesday night to consider the purchase of several pieces of property to build a pier for the North Carolina Aquarium. The price tag is more than $4 million for more than two acres of land. Full story...
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Belville candidates discuss drainage issues and tax increases

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Belville voters had the chance to meet the candidates Tuesday night. Residents heard from the hopefuls for mayoral and commission. Full story...
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Church doors always open for immigrants

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videoThe local Hispanic community has nearly doubled in the past ten years. As immigrants find their niche in the States, they're encouraged to find a way to hang onto old traditions while building new ones. Full story...
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Fellow senator speaks out about RC Soles

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videoSince August, the SBI has been investigating State Senator RC Soles for a shooting that took place at his home and accusations of sexual misconduct. Tuesday, a fellow senator reacted to those investigations and looked ahead to the impact they could have when the Senate heads back to session in May. Full story...
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Middle schoolers encouraged to start planning for the future today

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videoPender County schools are making a focused effort to address the achievement gap between minority and non-minority students by encouraging all to plan for the future. Full story...
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Riverfront Hilton guest evacuated Tuesday

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A power outage at the Riverfront Hilton forced guests to evacuate Tuesday afternoon. Hilton management said a transformer shutdown causing a fan to fail and blow smoke into the building. Full story...
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Peeping Tom behind bars again in New Hanover County

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A Wrightsville Beach peeping Tom is peering out from behind bars Tuesday night. So far, detectives have identified nine victims and say there are more. Full story...
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Coach Williams talks diabetes, basketball

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It was a sea of Carolina blue at Thalian Hall Tuesday morning for a gathering of the Junior Diabetes Association of Wilmington. The group welcomed UNC coach Roy Williams as their guest speaker. Full story...
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Empty Bowls event helps feed the hungry

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The Southport-Oak Island Food Pantry and the Associated Artists of Southport are working together to help feed the hungry. Four artists and six others have spent the past year making more than 1,000 clay bowls. Full story...
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