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New Hanover County to announce layoffs Tuesday

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videoThe axe will fall Tuesday for more than two dozen New Hanover County employees. The layoffs are part of the county's effort to make up the 2008-2009-budget deficit. Full story...
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Probation violation a growing trend

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videoOur jails are more crowded than ever. To combat that, judges often give out probation instead of jail time, but with a limited number of probation officers to manage them, the number of people violating the terms of their probation has gone sky high. Full story...
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More celebrities coming out to the 2009 Azalea Festival

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Another big Azalea Festival announcement came Monday. They include Nicholas Braun and Joe Gallison. Full story...
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Wilmington Fire Department looks at a new pier

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The Wilmington Fire Department could soon begin work on a new pier in the Intracoastal Waterway, but it just needs to find a home. Full story...
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Southport police officer finds himself behind bars

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A Southport police officer will serve thirty days behind bars. Officer James Connolly, who has been with the Southport Police since 2002, was subpoenaed for a trial and did not show up. Full story...
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Wet roads cause slick driving conditions

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The wet roads caused some problems for drivers today. Police said 19-year-old Bianca Justafort of Rocky Point hydroplaned while traveling on Martin Luther King Parkway in Wilmington. Her Jaguar spun around and landed in a ditch. Full story...
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Millions filling out brackets in anticipation of NCAA Tournament

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videoMarch Madness is here once again, and with UNC and Duke at the top, people are scrambling to fill out their brackets. Full story...
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Codington students learn about influential Americans

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Can you name at least five influential people who shaped our country? Well, some students at Codington Elementary School can name three times that amount. For the past nine weeks, Codington's first graders have been learning about famous Americans who helped shape our country. Full story...
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Sewage spill stinks up Wilmington neighborhood

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Residents in one New Hanover County neighborhood learned putting the wrong materials down your toilet and sink can create big problems for the sewer system on Sunday. Full story...
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Free rabies clinic this weekend

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If your pet has not been vaccinated for rabies, New Hanover County residents can take advantage of a free rabies clinic this weekend. Full story...
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Heavy loading equipment injures 3 men at NC port

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North Carolina officials are investigating an accident at the Wilmington State Port after three men suffered broken legs while working in a cargo ship. Full story...
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More details in the chase involving Officer Matthews

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videoNewsChannel 3 is learning more about the events leading to the death of Wilmington Police Officer Richard Matthews. Through our website, a lot of people are asking questions that we hopefully can now answer for you. Full story...
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Some geared up for St. Patrick's Day at Burchetta Glassblowing Studio

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Burchetta Glassblowing Studio and Gallery held an event where people were able make their own Saint Patrick's Day mug. Full story...
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Ferry service limited

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If you're planning on taking the Southport - Fort Fisher ferry this weekend, you may want to re-think your route. The DOT has suspended half of its runs while mechanics work on the engine of one of the two ferryboats. Full story...
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Museum booked with Read to Me Festival

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The Wilmington Children's Museum was packed with kids who love to read on Saturday. Children had a chance to play and interact at the annual Read to Me Festival, hosted by the Wilmington Junior League. Full story...
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