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Wilmington Police looking for missing woman

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Wilmington Police need your help finding a missing woman. Forty-one-year-old Priscilla Ann Rodgers has not made contact with her family since June, and they fear she may be in danger. Full story...
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$3 million to go toward Wrightsville Beach renourishment

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Wrightsville Beach is getting $3 million for beach renourishment. The New Hanover County commissioners voted Tuesday night to allocate one and half million dollars of the county's room occupancy tax to renourishment.

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Shell fishing along Intracoastal stuck in the mud

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The heavy rains earlier this week have put a damper on the shell fishing industry. The State Department of Environment and Natural Resources has issued a temporary ban on shell fishing in the Intracoastal Waterway between the Surf City and Figure Eight Island bridges. Full story...
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West Brunswick senior Alfy Hill chooses Alabama over UNC

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videoOne college football scouting service has West Brunswick senior Alfy Hill rated as the top prospect in the state. Wednesday in Shallotte, Hill announced his collegiate choice. It came down to the University of North Carolina or Alabama.

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Bladen County commissioners okay selling of euthanized cats

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Bladen County commissioners gave the okay Tuesday night to selling dead cats. County commissioners approved selling euthanized cats for educational purposes. Full story...
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Community leaders hold forum for Leland residents

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Leland residents got an inside look at their town from community leaders Tuesday night. The first Leland community forum was held at town hall. Residents heard reports from town officials, including the police chief and the public works director. Full story...
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Law enforcement in New Hanover and Brunswick kept busy over Labor Day holiday

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The Labor Day holiday kept area law enforcement busy. Over the course of a week-long operation, the Highway Patrol Division that covers New Hanover and Brunswick Counties made 95 DWI arrests. Full story...
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Students listen as President Obama speaks Tuesday

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videoDespite some controversy over whether or not to show the President's address at local school districts Tuesday, once President Obama started speaking the students were all ears. Full story...
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Grant money given to help domestic violence disputes

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videoA $200,000 federal grant will be used to hire a team to specialize in complicated domestic violence cases and help make sure they are heard in court. Full story...
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Rain water lingers in Surf City

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videoSome roadways still had standing water in Surf City on Tuesday. That's because six to nine inches of rain fell yesterday, which is a lot of water to handle in a short period of time. Full story...
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Questions surround Allen Strickland's money trail

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videoWe're learning more Tuesday about the finances of 17-year-old Allen Strickland, a Tabor City teenager with ties to State Senator RC Soles. Strickland has been in the news a lot lately, ever since the house that the Senator bought for him caught fire.

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New building opens on CFCC North Campus

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Cape Fear Community College had reason to celebrate Tuesday morning. A new building opened for high school and college students on Cape Fear's North Campus. Full story...
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More information in Brunswick County shooting

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We have more information about the circumstances surrounding a deputy-involved shooting in Brunswick County. Full story...
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Marino on Money: September 8

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videoIn this economy, keeping track of our spending is vitally important for many of us. But some folks have trouble keeping tabs on their tabs. Certified financial planner Ross Marino offers some advice in today's Marino on Money. Full story...
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New Hanover County students get an education in the history of downtown Wilmington

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videoIt is a history lesson you can not get in a classroom. Tuesday, some New Hanover County students got quite a tour of downtown Wilmington, while learning some interesting facts along the way. Full story...
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