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Suspects sought in fast food restaurant robbery

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New Hanover County Deputies are searching for two men who robbed the Burger King on Trademark Drive Wednesday morning. Full story...
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Power wheelchair hockey at Hoggard

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videoBeing a high school freshman can be a real challenge. You're self-conscious, trying to learn your way around a new building, surrounded by a lot of new people. And then there's the wheelchair. Full story...
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New veterans clinic coming to Port City

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videoCongressman Mike McIntyre visited the VA clinic in Wilmington with some good news about their health care. He announced plans for an expanded clinic that will offer veterans specialty medical attention, without having to drive to Fayetteville. Full story...
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Fire now believed to be part of a murder

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videoInvestigators are looking into what at first appeared to be a mobile home fire in Riegelwood. After unearthing the remains of a body, Columbus County may have a murder case on its hands. Full story...
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Employ a Vet Week can help thousands in NC

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This week is Employ a Vet Week across the state, encouraging employers to consider hiring veterans. With six major military bases in the state, the Armed Forces pump millions of dollars into local economies. Full story...
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Food drives help keep shelves stocked at local food bank

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With the holidays approaching, donations are starting to pour in at the local food bank. Almost half of all food drive donations at the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina come during the holidays. Full story...
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Wilmington Bank of America sees another robbery

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Wilmington Police are looking for a man who robbed a bank on South College Road. It happened at 10:30 Tuesday morning at the Bank of America near the corner of Bragg Drive. Full story...
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Wilmington Christian Academy celebrates 40 years of education with food drive

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As part of its birthday celebration, one local school is holding a food drive of its own. The Wilmington Christian Academy is holding a Thank You Wilmington Picnic this weekend... Full story...
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Marino on Money: November 10

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videoAs the economy continues to chug along, many people are trying to keep their heads above water. But how can you protect yourself from another economic crash? Certified financial planner Ross Marino explains how to stay ahead of the game.

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Cucalorus showcases love and art of filmmaking

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videoSome creative minds are headed to the Port City. Cucalorus kicks off Wednesday night. The film festival received more than one thousand entries; about a hundred and fifty made the cut. Full story...
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Wilmington school closes doors for a week due to flu

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videoA Wilmington school is closed for a week to stop the spread of flu. The Calvary Christian School's administrator said a large percentage of students and teachers are sick. Suspending classes for the week is his solution to stopping the illness in its tracks. Full story...
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Silver Alert for missing Apex teen, used ATM in Wilmington

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The North Carolina Center for Missing Persons has issued a Silver Alert for a 17-year-old boy. Christopher Huffman is from Apex, but deputies said he withdrew money from a State Employees Credit Union branch in Wilmington Monday afternoon. Full story...
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Trial underway in 2007 murder of Dywaune Simpson

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The trial is underway for a man accused in a 2007 murder. Rono Dunn is charged with murdering Dywaune Simpson near the old Nesbitt Courts Housing Complex in Wilmington in late October of 2007. Full story...
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Brunswick County looks to change dangerous dog ordinances

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Brunswick County is getting closer to changing its ordinances regarding dangerous dogs. Health director Don Yausey told the Brunswick Board of Health Monday night that attorneys are reviewing the language of the ordinance, attempting to work out the kinks. Full story...
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Long last diplomas

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videoSome North Carolinians who didn't graduate from high school, may now be eligible to receive their high school diplomas after all. A change in state law affects students who did not pass competency tests in reading and math, and/or the computer skills tests. Full story...
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