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All revved up about Rims on the River

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It was hot rods as far as the eye could see in downtown Wilmington Saturday. The fifth annual Rims on the River event rolled into town. Onlookers were able to view vintage cars and motorcycles dating back to 1980 and earlier. Full story...
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Wilmington ALS walk generates over $35,000

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Hundreds of people walked UNCW's campus in to support friends and loved ones struggling with ALS. Lou Gehrig's Disease, as it's more commonly known, attacks nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Full story...
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Canine Relay for Life raises money for cancer research

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Almost 350 dogs walked at Halyburton Park for the Canine Relay for Life. Participating dogs wore bandannas to show their support for the cause. Full story...
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Cesar Laurean lands at ILM, facing murder charges in Onslow County

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videoMarine Corporal Cesar Laurean was extradited to the US from Mexico today. He passed through Wilmington Friday night on his way to Onslow County where he faces murder charges in the death of Lance Corporal Maria Lauterbach.

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School bus rear ends another bus

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It was a bumpy ride home for some New Hanover County school middle school students Friday. Two school busses transporting children from Myrtle Grove Middle School got in an accident, with each other. Full story...
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Do you feel safe with others texting while driving?

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videoMulti-tasking is something many people do quite well, but lawmakers say multi-tasking while behind the wheel needs to stop. A bill making its way through the state legislature would make it illegal to text message while driving. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride visits Ocean Isle Beach

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videoAs Ocean Isle Beach celebrates its golden anniversary this year, 500 people make up the town's year-round population. That number jumps to as much as 25,000 in the summer. Full story...
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Higher and higher... jobless rate continues to rise

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videoMore than 492,000 people in our state are out of work. The state jobless rate has risen to 10.8 percent, up from 10.7 percent in February, which was already the highest rate in recorded history. Full story...
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Bruce Cavanaugh closes up shop

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videoBruce Cavanaugh has closed his auto sales business. The problem is financing, more specifically the lack of it. Full story...
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Burr accused of using insider information

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Senator Richard Burr is causing a stir among political bloggers. After reportedly talking to treasury secretary Henry Paulson during last fall's banking crisis, Burr called his wife and told her to withdraw cash from their bank's ATM. Full story...
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Funding will be available for adult care facilities

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videoTwo Wilmington adult day care facilities facing budget cuts will get the funding they need. On Friday, the New Hanover County Department of Social Services announced it will come up with about $20,000 to get both Elderhaus and Adult Day Care Services through the fiscal year. Full story...
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Local Hokies remember Va Tech massacre at Thursday vigil

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videoIt's been two years since a gunman went on a deadly rampage at Virginia Tech killing 32 people before killing himself. Hokies everywhere gathered in remembrance Thursday, including the local alumni chapter, which held a candlelight vigil. Full story...
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Bobcats training camp will not come to Wilmington

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The NBA's Charlotte Bobcats have lost millions of dollars in their first five seasons of play. It appears there will be more cost cutting next season, and it will have an effect on Wilmington. Full story...
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Update on ILM emergency landing

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There is an update on the passenger who went into shock on board a commercial flight forced pilots to make an emergency landing at ILM Thursday night. Full story...
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Clinton superintendent finds ways to improve every classroom in his district

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videoOne school superintendent faced a budget shortfall, and what he did because of it can be seen in every classroom in his district. That is one of the reasons Dr. Gene Hales is a 2009 UNCW Razor Walker Award winner. Full story...
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