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Investigators believe River Road murder victim died from gunshot wound

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An investigation is underway after a 20-year-old man was found dead on the side of River Road early Thursday morning. Full story...
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Not the first time Banks involved in murder according to WPD

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videoJaqualah Banks was charged yesterday with the murder of Daryon Walker outside Snipes Academy, but her record began long before that, despite the fact she's only a teenager. Full story...
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Foreclosures rates hitting Brunswick County hard

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videoMany homeowners are struggling to keep a roof over their heads. One county in our area is being hit particularly hard by the housing crisis. Full story...
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Affording child care can be difficult for many families

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videoThese days, having two parents who work is not unusual. For these families, and single parent households, child care a necessity. But affording that care can be difficult. Full story...
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Find all the Super Bowl ads through a local website

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videoYou can probably bet Monday morning after the big game everybody at work is going to be talking about their favorite Super Bowl commercials. Full story...
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US Postal Service may cut days off their delivery

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videoThe Postmaster General went before Congress Wednesday to propose ways to get the USPS through tough times. His suggestion? Cut back, maybe even the number of days you get mail. Full story...
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Brunswick County couple charged with arson

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Archie and Shelia Sellers are charged with second degree arson and conspiracy to commit arson. Full story...
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Wade Park opens

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Wilmington is a little greener tonight. Mayor Bill Saffo and other elected officials cut the ribbon at Wade Park Thursday. The City of Wilmington acquired the 17 acres of land from New Hanover County in 2005. Full story...
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CFCC wants you to take your butts elsewhere

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There will soon be fewer "butts" outside Cape Fear Community College. That is because the Board of Trustees approved the campus to go tobacco-free starting August 1st. Full story...
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Catholic schools hoop it up

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It's rivalry week for two Catholic schools in New Hanover County. For the fourth year in a row, St. Mary’s and St. Mark’s Catholic schools’ 8th graders played each other in an intense game of basketball. Full story...
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Whats Happening: January 30 - February 1

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videoIt is a big weekend for antique lovers and you can expect to see a lot of Seahawk pride on Saturday. Full story...
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Are comfort foods making a comeback?

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videoDepending on your tastes, comfort foods can range from cheap snacks to made-from-scratch meals, and experts say we flock to them during hard times. Full story...
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River Road reopens as victim is identified

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New Hanover County Sheriff's deputies closed a stretch of River Road early this morning as they investigate what they say is a homicide. Full story...
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Bill introduced that would make NC restaurants and bars smoke-free

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North Carolina House Majority Leader Hugh Holliman introduced a bill in the legislature Wednesday that would also include all indoor worksites and public places. Full story...
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North Carolina continues to remember Coach Yow

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In Raleigh, the community came together Wednesday night to honor her and pay tribute to a woman who managed to inspire so many people. Full story...
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