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Voter registration ends October 9th

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If you want to vote November 3rd, you have to be registered by Friday. Voter registration ends at 5:00 p.m. Full story...
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Love arcade games? This auction is for you

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videoIf you have ever dreamed of having your own video arcade game, Friday might be your lucky day. Wilson's Restaurant in Wilmington shut down nearly a year ago. That is where our John Rendleman was Wednesday night to get a sneak peak at Friday's auction. Full story...
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Detectives looking for pieces to puzzle of Hampstead murder

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videoPender County has had only one murder this year, but it is a perplexing one for police. The medical examiner says 52-year old Beverly Moore was strangled. Detectives are asking for your help to find who killed the Hampstead mother of three. Full story...
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Masonboro Island trash up for discussion Thursday night

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Masonboro Island sees its fair share of crowds every holiday. When they leave, they often leave their trash behind. A local advisory committee is trying to figure out the best way to handle the crowds and trash. Full story...
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Accident at Pages Creek Marine leaves one dead

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A workplace accident killed a Wilmington man Thursday night. New Hanover County Sheriff's deputies and EMS responded to the call at Pages Creek Marine on Market Street around 5:00 p.m. Full story...
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Candidate forums Thursday night for Carolina Beach, Kure Beach and Leland

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We are less than four weeks away from Election Day. Thursday night, you have a chance to get to know the candidates in three area towns. Full story...
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New Hanover receives H1N1 vaccine

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videoThe H1N1 vaccine has arrived in our area. New Hanover County began giving out the vaccine today, but it's not available to everyone everywhere just yet. Full story...
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Rocky road for superintendent Katie McGee

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videoAfter six years as an associate superintendent and a stretch as interim superintendent, Katie McGee has had the top job in Brunswick County Schools for nearly five years. But as WWAY's Kevin Wuzzardo reports, it's been a rocky road. Full story...
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Emergency management responds to questions about 9-1-1

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This past weekend a group of neighbors in the Monkey Junction area say they could not reach 9-1-1 when trying to report a fire. County Emergency Services Director Warren Lee looked into the situation and says the 9-1-1 operators on duty during the fire did not follow the emergency management guidelines. Full story...
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One dead, four injured in MLK Parkway accident

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videoOne person is dead and four more critically injured after a car accident that closed MLK Parkway for more than two hours Wednesday morning. Wilmington Police said the car that caused the accident was stolen. Full story...
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Katie McGee's contract not to be renewed with Brunswick County Schools

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videoKatie McGee's days as the Brunswick County School superintendent are numbered. The school board decided Tuesday night not to renew her contract come June 30th. They will begin looking for a replacement as soon as possible.

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Brunswick County Health Department confirms no H1N1 in schools

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The Brunswick County Health Department says there are no confirmed cases of H1N1 in their schools. Full story...
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United Soccer League discontinues relationship with Hammerheads

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The future of Wilmington's professional soccer team is in doubt. Right now, the Wilmington Hammerheads no longer exist, technically. Full story...
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Crowd fills NHC School Board meeting, concerned over redistricting

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An overflow crowd at Tuesday night's New Hanover County School Board meeting had plenty to say about middle school redistricting. At the center of the crowd that spilled out into the hallway were Ogden parents... Full story...
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City Council votes to rezone area for new school

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There was a lot of news coming out of Tuesday night's Wilmington City Council meeting. First, a chartered public school will soon get a facility. Full story...
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