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Rickenbacker case to be reviewed

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Next week, the New Hanover County district attorney's office will meet to review all their pending felony cases. One of those cases focuses of Alan Slade Rickenbacker. Full story...
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Historic buildings to be protected

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Eleven historical home owners in downtown Wilmington have made legal agreements with the historic Wilmington foundation to protect the historical structural and design of the buildings. Full story...
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Newest member of the New Hanover County School Board

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videoThe New Hanover County School Board welcomed its newest member Tuesday night. With her family by her side, Elizabeth Redenbaugh was sworn in as New Hanover County's newest school board member.

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Think safety first when decorating for the holidays

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videoThis time of year people get wrapped up in dressing up their home for the holidays, but experts suggest while you're doing all that, don't forget to think safety first. Full story...
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Race Day Challenge winner attempts to win a Dodge Journey

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Michele Stewart was chosen randomly from the weekly winners of our WWAY online Dodge Race Day Challenge. Full story...
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Columbus County looking to bring in new business

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Monday night the county commission voted to offer tax incentives to an unidentified company from New York that would make sweet potato French fries. Full story...
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School board names two new schools in Castle Hayne

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The New Hanover County School Board decided on the names of the two schools under construction in Castle Hayne. Full story...
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Mental health system suffering financially

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videoThe mental health system in southeastern North Carolina has been suffering financially for more than a year now. But can a new administration in Raleigh fix a problem that many people in our area say is unfixable? Full story...
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Auto industry still looking for bailout

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videoFord, Chrysler, and GM executives asked Congress once again for help bailing out their businesses. Full story...
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Most popular searches for 2008

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videoYahoo! and Google have released the most searched for websites over the past year, and some of them might surprise you. Full story...
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Town of Navassa still without permanent police chief

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The Town of Navassa is still without a permanent police chief. Former chief, Ricky Thorpe, resigned after being arrest for drunk driving in a patrol car, but his voice is still on the department's answering machine. Full story...
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State is stiffening certain laws

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videoSchools and day care centers are already off limits to registered sex offenders, and rules are getting tighter. Full story...
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Bank robber pleads guilty

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A Wilmington man pleaded guilty in federal court to bank robbery charges Tuesday. Full story...
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Pastries served up today by CFCC's culinary students

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Cape Fear Community College culinary students served up a tasty end of the semester project Tuesday. To showcase their work, students and staff held an open house. Full story...
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Malpass Corner Elementary to remain closed all week

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A Pender County elementary school will be closed for the rest of the week after a fire yesterday. Full story...
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