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J. Michael's celebrates 30 years

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If you are after the best cheesesteak in town, many will point you to J. Michael's. Sunday, the authentic Philadelphia-style deli is celebrating thirty years in Wilmington. Full story...
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A challenge issued to Wilmington Police Chief

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videoThere was a rather unusual challenge issued Thursday. It happened during our Ask the Chief segment with Wilmington Police Chief Ralph Evangelous. Full story...
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The commute to work for many is getting longer and longer

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videoBetween the traffic and the headaches, the commute to and from work can sometimes feel like the longest part of the day. But more and more it is. There is a growing trend of people driving farther, just to have a job in this economy. Full story...
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No charges filed after miscarried infant remains found in Leland

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videoThe report came back Thursday from the Brunswick County Medical Examiner’s Office, and it turns out the remains were the result of a miscarriage. Because there's no apparent crime here, investigators aren't releasing the names of the former suspects. No arrests were made. Full story...
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Alleged Soles victim explains why he didn't come forward sooner

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videoMany people in the community have been telling us for months that the behavior with Sen. R.C. Soles and various young men in Columbus County has been happening for a long time. Today, we are taking a look at why there is no official action has been taken to date.

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State Bureau of Investigation investigating claims against Soles

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videoThe case involving R.C. Soles is being handed over to the State Bureau of Investigation. Tabor City police said that as a result of our story last night, they have turned over all of their files involving the Senator and his often contentious dealings with young clients to the SBI. Full story...
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Youtube entertains and enlightens

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videoAside from the comical clips and ungodly talent acts that never cease to entertain us, Youtube hosts a large amount of tutorial videos full of knowledge just waiting to be soaked up. Full story...
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Some vets being denied health care

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videoHealth care is a hot topic, especially when it comes to those who have served our country. A local veteran seeking surgery reported to the VA Hospital in Fayetteville says he was turned away over money. Full story...
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Wilmington man arrested; $150,000 in stolen property recovered

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The State Department of Motor Vehicles has placed a Wilmington man under arrest. Eddie Blocker was charged with thirteen felony counts for possession of stolen goods and altering a manufacturer's serial number. Full story...
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Man robs Chuck E. Cheese

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Wilmington police are looking for a man who robbed the Chuck E. Cheese's on Oleander Drive. It happened around 12:00 Thursday afternoon. Police say the robber approached the counter when no customers were around, told the clerk he had a gun, and demanded money. Full story...
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Artwork for October's Riverfest introduced Thursday

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The official artwork of this year's Riverfest was introduced to Wilmington Thursday. Members of the Riverfest committee, along with artist Magon Dew, unveiled Dew's winning painting. Full story...
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Marino on Money: August 13

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videoForeclosure is becoming more common in this economy and it can be a very scary thing. In today's Marino on Money segment, Ross looks at some strategies that might help. Full story...
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Whats Happening: August 14-16

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videoIt is a music filled weekend. From hard rock to a popular musical from the 70’s. The weekend gets off to a rocking start with Night Prowler, the AC/DC tribute band. They are performing at the Downtown Sundown Concert Series. The concert is free and starts at 5:30 p.m. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Update on answers in Oak Island

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In today's Troubleshooters Report, we have an update on a story we first brought you last year. According to published reports, the Town of Oak Island has admitted to breaking public records laws, and agreed to pay almost $50,000... Full story...
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UNCW study shows economy looking up

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The economic future is looking up, according to statistics released by a team from UNCW. The Cameron School of Business surveyed some 30,000 companies about their hiring plans for the next year. Full story...
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