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UNCW hosts Teachers of Tomorrow

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Our future education leaders got a taste of what's to come. UNCW was host Wednesday to Teachers of Tomorrow. Full story...
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Confiscated contraband destroyed by NHC Sheriff's Department

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The New Hanover County's Sheriff's Department spent the morning sifting through piles of contraband confiscated at the courthouse. Full story...
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CFCC staff, faculty raise $76,000 for students in need

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It was a celebration of faculty and staff at Cape Fear Community College Wednesday. As part of the College Fund Drive, faculty and staff raised a record $76,000 dollars to help students in need. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach lifeguards step down from stands

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videoLifeguards typically patrol our area beaches from Memorial Day to Labor Day because that is the busiest time of year. Wrightsville Beach lifeguards stayed a little longer this year, but Wednesday they are stepping down from the stands. Full story...
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Charges filed in Southport

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's Department has charged the alleged Southport burglar. Seventeen-year-old William Earl Hewett was arrested late Tuesday afternoon after deputies say he stole two cars, and attempted to break into more than one business. Full story...
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New laws that could impact you come October 1st

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videoFrom standardizing wild boar hunting season to truth in advertising musical performances; 95 new state laws go into effect as October starts Thursday. WWAY political reporter Kevin Wuzzardo takes a look at some of the new regulations that could impact you. Full story...
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Justice in Motion hosts dinner to thank local law enforcement

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There was a big thank you to local the law enforcement Tuesday night. Justice in Motion hosted an appreciation dinner at the Hilton Riverside in downtown Wilmington. The goal is to celebrate the efforts of the men and women who keep our streets safe, especially when it comes to drunk driving. Full story...
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Brunswick Community Hospital places restriction on visitors

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Brunswick Community Hospital is changing visitation rules starting Thursday as a precaution against the spread of the flu, including H1N1. Full story...
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Toyota recalling nearly 4 million vehicles

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Toyota is issuing the largest recall in the auto company's history. They are recalling nearly four million vehicles in the United States. Full story...
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WPD cracking down on stopping for school buses

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The Wilmington Police Department is teaching drivers a lesson about stopping for school buses. Thanks to a high number of violations along school bus routes in New Hanover County, police are stepping up enforcement. Full story...
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Small business summit hosted by experts

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Fifty loan, grant, and educational experts came together Tuesday to let small business owners know about resources available in the Cape Fear region. Full story...
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Getting deals on goods sold by government agencies

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videoGovDeals.com is kind of like E-bay in the sense that it's an online auction, but the items for sale are surplus or confiscated items, being sold by government agencies. Full story...
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CFCC looking to help study renewable energy

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videoThe Electronics Engineering Department at Cape Fear Community College installed a weather station on campus this summer. It’s part of a three phase project to create and develop renewable energy. Full story...
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Video camera helps solve break-in mysteries

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videoThe Brunswick County Sheriff's Department pressed its new helicopter into service in the search for a suspected burglar. They say William Hewett was involved in multiple break-ins overnight. Full story...
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WARM celebration for 13 years of service

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videoOne Wilmington non-profit organization is celebrating a milestone. Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministries, or WARM, offers home repairs to low income people. What started as an effort to help after Hurricanes Bertha and Fran, has turned into 13 years of service and more than 400 projects. Full story...
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