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Swap and Shop time nears for prom night

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Wilmington Health Access for Teens is sponsoring its sixth annual Prom Dress Swap and Shop on Friday. Full story...
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Rabies case confirmed

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On Sunday, Animal Control captured what neighbors off Wrightsville Ave. believed to be a rabid raccoon. That raccoon tested positive for the disease on Tuesday. Full story...
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Investigations continue in Oak Island bridge death

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Progress on the Oak Island Bridge remains stalled. Investigators from the North Carolina Department of Labor are still looking into the construction accident in December. Full story...
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Study to track bacteria makes a colorful splash at Wrightsville Beach

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The water at Wrightsville Beach turned red and green Tuesday. Wrightsville Beach and UNCW performed a companion study to track bacteria found in the water. Full story...
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Toy box trouble

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videoA Wilmington man said he paid in advance for furniture from a local hardware store, and now he's worried he's being toyed with. Full story...
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Backlog on tax returns continue

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The rough economy is causing tax troubles for North Carolinians. The state is in the midst of a cash flow problem and it is causing a temporary backlog for people waiting on their tax return. Full story...
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Perdue focuses on education at State of the State

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videoIn her first State of the State address Monday night, Governor Bev Perdue said it is no longer business as usual in North Carolina.

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NC county leaders win case at US Supreme Court

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The US Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Pender County commissioners who sued the state of North Carolina over redistricting. Full story...
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Oak Island would like your thoughts on Yaupon Pier

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The Town of Oak Island wants to buy the pier for $1.7 million. So far, they have $800,000 in grants. The town received bids for financing the rest. Full story...
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Screening children for high cholesterol

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The high rate of childhood obesity in the US has prompted some pediatricians to start screening kids for high cholesterol. Full story...
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Burn gets out of control in Boiling Spring Lakes

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A prescribed burn in Brunswick County got out of control Monday afternoon. Although there are several nearby homes, none of them had to be evacuated. Full story...
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Indictment delayed for Anthony Pierce

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videoThe grand jury decision on whether to indict Anthony Pierce has been put off until Tuesday morning. Pierce was driving the vehicle Wilmington police officers were chasing the night Officer Rich Matthews crashed his car and died. Full story...
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UNCW education job fair hosts record number of teachers-to-be

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videoWith the national unemployment rate over eight percent, competition for jobs is becoming even fiercer. Full story...
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Judge drops lawsuit against Brunswick County School Board

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A federal judge has dropped a law suit against the Brunswick County School Board regarding a sexual relationship between a former student and former teacher. Full story...
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Local law enforcement to receive stimulus funds

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Some area law enforcement agencies are getting federal funds to fight crime. Representative Mike McIntyre announced today that more than $2.3 million is heading to southeastern North Carolina. Full story...
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