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Local youngsters celebrate fall

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Class turned spooky today for students at New Hanover County's Pre-K Center. Students and teachers got a chance to go through a scary maze as part of a celebration of Halloween and the fall season. Full story...
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Man dies from H1N1 at NHRMC

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Health officials have confirmed a man in his fifties died recently of the H1N1 virus at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Full story...
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Middle school redistricting forums conclude with wider mix of impassioned parents

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videoThe middle school redisticting debate played out one more time Tuesday night. The third and final public forum drew a wider mix of impassioned parents at Williston Middle School. Full story...
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Early voting numbers down

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videoEarly voting ends Saturday and as expected, numbers in our surrounding counties are down significantly from last year. Full story...
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Scientists concerned about rise of sea level

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videoClimate experts came to the Port City today to talk about sea level rise. Some of their findings don't bode well for our coast. Full story...
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Winter Park Elementary shows off the "new" building

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After a year-long renovation, the doors of Winter Park Elementary were officially re-opened Tuesday. More than 300 students at the school are now enjoying an updated building... Full story...
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Pender County Sheriff's looking for man wanted in Tate murder

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A suspected Pender County murderer is on the run. Now authorities need your help finding him. Forty-nine-year-old Ronnie Eugene Peddie is wanted for murder and first degree burglary after... Full story...
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Final middle school redistricting meeting Tuesday

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videoThe last of three forums to discuss middle school redistricting in New Hanover County takes place Tuesday night. The school board's decision comes down to creating diversity or keeping kids close to home. Full story...
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Azalea Festival Garden Tour gives back to community

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The Azalea Festival Garden Tour is about more than showing off beautiful lawns and gardens in our area. It is also a way to give back to the community. Full story...
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Cape Fear Italian Festival provides for Brunswick Community College students

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Students at Brunswick Community College will get a hand with their education thanks to your love for Italian-American culture. Full story...
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Marino on Money: October 27

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videoAs the economy remains stagnant, it seems prices continue to go up. Health care is no exception. In Tuesday's Marino on Money certified financial planner Ross Marino explains why the health care debate may be around for some time.

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Critic of war in Iraq sparks protest at Brunswick Community College

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videoAn anti-war activist sparked a protest at Brunswick Community College Monday night. Cindy Sheehan has been outspoken in her criticism of the war in Iraq. She spoke at the Odell Williamson Auditorium, but not everyone there, was there to hear her. Full story...
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Quilters by the Sea provide warmth for victims of domestic violence

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The nimble fingered members of Quilters by the Sea Guild have been quilting up a storm lately in order to provide the warmth of quilts to victims of domestic violence. Full story...
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Domino's and Wilmington firefighters team up for safety

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videoSome Wilmington residents got a huge surprise Monday night shortly after ordering pizza from Domino's. Not only did the pizza arrive on time, it was a special delivery with assistance from the Wilmington Fire Department. Full story...
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Study questions the amount of vitamin D children get

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Though it has been suspected for years that many children in the U.S. today do not get enough vitamin D, most studies on this phenomenon have been limited. Now, a new analysis proves it. Full story...
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