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Ashley, Laney inspect stadium light poles

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued an alert on stadium light poles manufactured by the Whitco Company out of Fort Worth, Texas. Two New Hanover High Schools have Whitco poles; both Ashley High School and Laney. Full story...
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City Council meeting looks to clean up storm water and pet waste

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If you own a dog in the city of Wilmington, be prepared to pay if you do not pick up after the pooch. Full story...
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Leatherback turtles make their way to Atlantic Ocean

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Nearly 200 volunteers and Carolina Beach goers witnessed a very rare sighting Monday night. Seventy leatherback turtles hatched from a nest and made their way to the Atlantic Ocean. Full story...
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Marino on Money: September 15

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videoIn this economy, a "no interest-no payments" offer seems like the way to go. As certified financial planner Ross Marino explains in this week's Marino on Money, this option may hurt you more than help you. Full story...
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Man remains in intensive care as police continue to look for attacker

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Wrightsville Beach Police continue their search for the person responsible for a brutal attack over the weekend. Jud Gee was assaulted around 2:30 Saturday morning. Full story...
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Study shows omega-3 fatty acid can help a baby's cognitive development

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Attention new moms, new research shows supplementing baby formula with omega-3 fatty acids can boost and infant's cognitive development. Full story...
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WWAY welcomes Elizabeth Clare

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The newest addition to the WWAY family has arrived! Ann McAdams gave birth last night to Elizabeth Clare, Or Elle. Full story...
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Azalea Festival holds art contest for children grades K-5

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The 63rd Annual North Carolina Azalea Festival is pleased to announce an art contest open to children in our area in grades K-5. The selected artwork will appear on souvenir items for the 2010 Azalea Festival. Full story...
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Two women find themselves in federal prison after December drug bust

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Two Wilmington women arrested during a drug bust last year will spend time behind bars in federal prison. Full story...
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Teen arrested after he drives around with dead friend in car

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A Leland teenager is charged with obstruction of justice after deputies say he drove around town with a dead body in his car. Full story...
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Dark Water: The Legacy of Hurricane Floyd, Part 2

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videoIt was 10 years ago Tuesday night that Hurricane Floyd slammed ashore in southeastern North Carolina. Meteorologist Jerry Jackson continues his special look at Floyd in our series, Dark Water. Full story...
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Two arrested after downtown Wilmington home invasion

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Two men are behind bars after what began as a tense situation Monday night in Wilmington. The call came in as a possible hostage situation. Full story...
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Brunswick County residents gain the know-how to make their county safer

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videoThe Brunswick County Sheriff's Office has 20 new additions. Citizen's Academy held its graduation Monday night. And while the students did not get guns or badges, they do have the know-how to help make the county safer.

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Strickland allegedly violates house arrest, back in Columbus County jail

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Seventeen-year-old Allen Strickland is back in the Columbus County jail Tuesday morning after allegedly violating his electronic house arrest in Tabor City.

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Teen Court celebrates ten years

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Teen Court celebrated its tenth anniversary Monday night at the New Hanover County Courthouse. Despite the name, Teen Court, it is real. Real people in real cases with sentences... Full story...
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