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Elderly Brunswick County man arrested for drug trafficking

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An elderly Brunswick County man, once on the county's most wanted list, is behind bars. Sixty-nine-year-old Franklin Floyd was arrested shortly before 5:00 pm Tuesday at his house. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach drawbridge may take longer than expected

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Repairs on the Wrightsville Beach drawbridge may require some extra time. An engineer for the DOT told WWAY NewsChannel 3 Wednesday that they are running into problems. Full story...
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Using technology to help with recession

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videoThe direction our economy could be heading is often compared to that of the great depression. One thing that sets this time period apart is our great advance in technology. The question is, how can we use technology like the internet to get us out of this recession? Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach Fire Department says the time is now for a new building

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videoIt is moldy, cramped and has been an ongoing battle for the past three years; Wrightsville Beach Fire and Police departments say they need a new public safety building, and the town needs to act now. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride Whiteville; History lesson one

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videoThis month, Cape Fear Pride takes us to Whiteville. Each Wednesday, students from Central Middle School will give us a history lesson about the town. Tonight we start with a tale that has two heads by 8th grader Erika Williamson. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Monterey Heights Park

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videoRemember that $34 million parks bond New Hanover County voters passed back in 2006? Well, 3 years later, some residents who voted yes to the bond are wondering what happened to the money and why their parks are still in such bad condition. Full story...
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Video of Officer Matthews's fatal car crash

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videoThe video from the recently released dash cam of WPD Officer Richard Matthews’s patrol car shows how quickly things happened two weeks ago when his vehicle spun out of control. Full story...
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Wilmington Council votes to delay construction projects

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Wilmington City County voted Tuesday night to transfer nearly $4 million from construction project funds to the city's general fund. Full story...
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Brunswick County schools make unexpected redistricting decision

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videoSchool redistricting lines have been drawn in Brunswick County - but they weren't the lines the public was expecting. Full story...
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Rusty light tower off NC coast for sale

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A rusty, abandoned light tower off the North Carolina coast is for sale and the online federal auction has attracted two mystery bidders dueling at more than $500,000 for the relic. Full story...
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Officials trying to prevent illegal dumping

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videoIllegal dumpers beware, Boiling Spring Lakes officials are after you. Area roads and woods are being littered with trash and becoming a real nuisance for residents. Full story...
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Sergeant Fey retiring from WPD

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videoAfter more than 14 years with the Wilmington Police Department, Sergeant Mike Fey is retiring. Sergeant Fey has spent the past four years recovering from a near fatal gunshot wound. Full story...
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City council votes on more budget cuts for Wilmington

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More budget cuts are in the city of Wilmington's future. City council will vote Tuesday night on whether to transfer about $4 million from construction projects into the city's general funds. Full story...
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Brunswick students take part in MASH program

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Middle school students throughout Brunswick County participated in a medical academy called the MASH program on Tuesday. Full story...
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CFPUA updates city council on billing system

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The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority will update city council Tuesday night on the status of several projects. This comes as the company tries to iron out some final kinks in the billing system. Full story...
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