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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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Low Country Oyster Roast coming in October

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If you like oysters, this is your chance to put your taste buds to work for a good cause. Airlie Gardens' annual Low Country Oyster Roast is coming up next month. The event includes music, dancing, barbecue and, of course, oysters. Full story...
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Animal Control officer in Brunswick County shoots family dog

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videoMonday morning, a Brunswick County Animal Control officer shot and killed a dog that was once featured in Dog Fancy Magazine. The dog's owner said there is a lesson to be learned. Full story...
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Study finds infections may help in progression of Alzheimer's

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Every 70 seconds, someone develops Alzheimer’s. New research finds that something as simple as the common cold can worsen the symptoms of this degenerative disease. Full story...
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Web site offers ability to listen to health care bill online

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videoThe proposed health care reform bill making its way through Congress is stirring quite a bit of debate. A new website is helping people stay informed. Full story...
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Labor Day plans washed away

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videoThis wasn't exactly the Labor Day trip to the coast many had planned on, as rain foiled the plans of many vacationers. Full story...
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Carolina Beach celebrates amusing summer

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videoWith this year's addition of amusement rides, there was lots of fun to be found in Carolina Beach this summer. It was part of a larger effort that's working to revitalize the boardwalk. Full story...
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Brunswick man shot and killed by authorities

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videoA domestic dispute in Supply turned deadly last night. A Brunswick County Sheriff's Deputy shot and killed a man, and the SBI is now investigating. Full story...
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Parents protest decision not to air Obama's speech live on Tuesday

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videoKids in Brunswick County had the day off from school, but that didn't keep many parents and even some teachers from showing up at the school district offices Monday afternoon. They were there to protest the decision not to air President Obama's speech in school tomorrow. Full story...
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Favorite authors can be met at the North Carolina Literary Festival

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videoIf you like to read, you may have a chance to meet some of your favorite authors this weekend, when more than a hundred come to the Tar Heel State for the North Carolina Literary Festival. Full story...
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