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Alcohol plays a factor in car crashing into a house

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Residents of a home on Hillside Drive in Wilmington got a surprise Sunday morning when a car crashed into their house. Full story...
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From courtroom to classroom: Superior Court Judge Howard Manning

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videoOne Superior Court judge got tired of seeing a connection between felons and poor schools. That is why Howard Manning used everything within his power to effect change; and when you are a judge, that's a lot of power. Full story...
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Saturday's Chowder Cook-Off won by Michael's Seafood

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Hundreds of people gathered at Carolina Beach Lake Park Saturday to taste some of the best chowder on Pleasure Island and Wilmington. Full story...
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Earth Day gets started early

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Earth Day is officially Wednesday throughout the country, but here in Wilmington many kicked off what is looking more and more like Earth Week on Saturday. Full story...
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Pridgen organizes Feed the Homeless

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It was a day of giving back for former Hoggard girls’ basketball coach, Columbus Pridgen. With the help of his new employer, Powell Bail Bonding, Pridgen organized a Feed the Homeless event in downtown Wilmington on Saturday. Full story...
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Port City Rock Against Rape wraps up

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Saturday was the final night for the 7th annual Port City Rock Against Rape benefit to support the Coastal Horizons Rape Crisis Center. New Hanover County ranks fourth in North Carolina for the highest incidence of rape per capita in the state. Full story...
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Holistic healing on display

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The first ever Holistic Health Expo took place Saturday. Holistic healing is any kind of wellness activity that helps restore balance to the body. Accupuncture, massage therapy, and nutrition services were all featured. Full story...
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Parents scope out childcare options

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The Warwick Center was a one-stop shop for new mothers with questions about childcare on Saturday. Seaside Media organized the Choices in Childcare Expo at UNCW. Full story...
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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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