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UNCW students concerned about H1N1

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School health officials say a number of students have reported to the health center with flu-like symptoms. The Centers for Disease Control recommends treating any sign of the flu as H1N1. Full story...
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How far can you go to protect your home?

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The shooting of a man allegedly trespassing on Sen. R.C. Soles' property has led to a lot of questions regarding what the law allows when it comes to shooting someone on your property. Full story...
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Students return to Snipes Academy

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We caught up with the students at Snipes Academy in Wilmington Tuesday, where it is one down and 179 to go. Full story...
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Back to basics for Brunswick students

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videoBrunswick County students settled back in Tuesday, and began to adjust to school post-state budget cuts. Full story...
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Apple picks up UNCW apps

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videoIt's a big break for some students at UNCW. Just last week, a group of computer science majors got approval from Apple for an i-Phone application they've been working on for the past eight months. Full story...
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Lawyers, investigators remain tight-lipped regarding shooting at Sen. Soles' home

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videoSunday, 22-year-old Kyle Blackburn was shot in the leg by State Sen. R.C. Soles. District Attorney Rex Gore's office does not expect to file any charges against either man this week.

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Man shot by Soles says he was leaving property

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videoThe man shot by State Sen. R.C. Soles Sunday around 5:00 p.m. told WWAY he was walking away, when he was shot in the back of the leg. Kyle Blackburn is recovering in a South Carolina hospital and wanted to set the record straight about what happened. Full story...
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Car buyers try to take advantage of last minute savings

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While time ticks away, local car dealerships are preparing for a busy Monday night. The government's Cash for Clunkers program expires tonight. Full story...
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Bill keeps Ocean Rescue on their toes

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videoSwimmers were forewarned that hurricane bill would bring strong surf and harsh rip currents this weekend, but Wrightsville Beach saw the busiest weekend so far this season as for rescues. Full story...
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School buses taking to the streets beginning Tuesday

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videoAs buses get revved up for another school year, school leaders want bus safety on the minds of commuters. Full story...
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New waterproof case lets you take electronics in water

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videoNow you really can bring your cell phone everywhere with you, including the ocean. A local company says it's found a way to call home from the water. Full story...
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A day later, but still no arrests made involving shooting at R.C. Soles's house

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videoThe State Bureau of Investigation is investigating the shooting case involving Sen. R.C. Soles, but it appears it will be up to District Attorney Rex Gore to decide whether or not to pursue charges. Full story...
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Senator Hagan meets with local officials during Wilmington visit

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US Senator Kay Hagan came to Wilmington Monday to meet with local leaders. North Carolina's junior senator talked with representatives from New Hanover County, Wilmington, Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach and Kure Beach. Full story...
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Americans for Prosperity host health care forum

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Health care is a major issue here in the Port City. Americans for Prosperity hosted a health care forum where guest speaker Tracy Walsh addressed the media. As a cancer survivor, Walsh said she had the option of choosing her treatments. Full story...
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Fundraising efforts by NHRMC kicked off with Edwin McCain

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The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at New Hanover Regional Medical Center is getting support from an internationally known rock star. Edwin McCain stopped by the Betty H. Cameron Women's and Children's Hospital Saturday. Full story...
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