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Pair of fundraisers help Habitat for Humanity

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Habitat for Humanity will benefit from a couple different events happening in the area this week. Full story...
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Marino on Money: April 21

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videoThis week, Marino on Money addresses the question of how our government manages its money. Ross Marino will also discuss who the US borrows money from? Full story...
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Front Street traffic lights to be permanently removed

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For the past month and a half, you might have noticed a change on Front Street. Workers covered the traffic lights, and added temporary four-way stop signs. This week, those traffic lights are going away for good. Full story...
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Charity basketball game will showcase players from UNC, Duke and Wake Forest

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Seniors from UNC's National Championship team, including Tyler Hansbrough, and other stars from Duke and Wake Forest will play seniors from New Hanover County's four high schools in a charity basketball game. Full story...
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Could your DNA be carrying diseases?

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What sort of diseases might be lurking in your DNA? Several companies now offer consumers the chance to have their genes analyzed to see if they might have a higher risk for some diseases. Full story...
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New Hanover County Sheriff selected in a landslide

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videoThe man likely to be the next New Hanover County Sheriff has been selected. Members of the county's Democratic Party Monday night overwhelmingly voted for Chief Deputy Ed McMahon. Full story...
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Williston getting a makeover

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videoMillions of dollars are being poured into the former Williston Junior High School, which will soon re-open to guide students to a brighter future. Full story...
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Jury selection begins for Wilmington murder case

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A trial is underway for a local eighteen-year-old facing murder charges. Jury selection started this afternoon for Joseph Terrell Gregory of Wilmington. Full story...
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League of Women Voters hosts breakfast

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Local residents had the chance to talk to their state and national representatives at a breakfast on the campus of UNCW on Monday. Full story...
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McIntyre not saying no to Senate run

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Senator Richard Burr continues to get heat for telling his wife to take money out of the bank at the height of last year's banking crisis. So far no one has challenged the Republican senator, but in a recent poll of nearly a thousand voters across the state, Congressman Mike McIntyre is just five points behind Burr in a hypothetical senate race. Full story...
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Wilmington native Kristen Dalton wins Miss USA

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Wilmington native Kristen Dalton won the Miss USA pageant Sunday night. The former Hoggard High student is the reigning Miss North Carolina. Full story...
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Woman attacked at Greenfield Park; slashed on face

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Wilmington Police are looking for a man who attacked a woman in Greenfield Park, sending her to the hospital. Full story...
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Websites Askpatty.com and Janes-list.com just for women

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videoChanging a tire or using a power drill doesn't have to be "a man's job". Askpatty.com and Janes-list.com are two websites that may have the woman in the house changing the oil. Full story...
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What are local schools doing to protect students?

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The Columbine anniversary prompted us to take a closer look at what local school officials do to protect our students. Full story...
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Laurean makes first court appearance Monday

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No bond for the Camp LeJeune Marine charged with murdering his pregnant colleague. He is being held in the Onslow County jail, after being extradited from Mexico last week. Full story...
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