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John McCain in Wilmington Monday afternoon

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videoJohn McCain brought his straight talk express to Cape Fear Community College Monday afternoon. Several thousand people turned out for the event, more than the Schwartz Center could hold. Full story...
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McCain rally affects downtown business

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videoMonday afternoon crowds gathered outside the Schwartz Center in anticipation of the presidential nominee's speech. People from all over came to downtown Wilmington to hear John McCain speak. Full story...
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Ron Hewett pleads guilty

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Former Brunswick County Sheriff Ron Hewett appeared in Superior Court this morning in Bolivia to face state charges. Full story...
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Gun violence forum tonight at CFCC

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Curbing gun violence in our area is the subject of a public forum tonight at Cape Fear Community College's North Campus. Full story...
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Obama supporters gathered today in Wilmington

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While the line grew in anticipation of Senator McCain's speech, Obama supporters gathered just a few blocks away. Nearly one hundred people turned out for a rally on the Wilmington waterfront, including Senator Tony Rand. Full story...
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Boiling Springs Lake fire truck update

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Last Tuesday, 50 acres near St. James Plantation in Brunswick County was up in smoke, following a controlled burn that got lost control. During the fire, a Boiling Spring Lakes fire truck was destroyed in the blaze. Full story...
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Pender County meeting tonight focuses on new Topsail High

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The state of the new Topsail High School is on the agenda for tonight's Pender County School Board meeting. The new facility will help accommodate students in the county's overcrowded school system. Full story...
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Gray skies did not put a damper on Seafood, Blues and Jazz Festival

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videoDie hard jazz fans ignored gray skies Saturday to hear the blues. The 15th annual Pleasure Island Seafood, Blues and Jazz Festival kicked off this weekend. Full story...
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Many schools considering making SAT's optional

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videoFor many years, educators have debated the fairness of the SAT determining whether a student can get into college. That very question could be changing the way colleges admit students in the future. Many schools around the nation are considering making standardize testing optional. Full story...
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Ceasar Laurean fighting extradition to US

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The Marine accused of killing a pregnant fellow Marine has filed an extradition appeal in a Mexican court. Full story...
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New court in Charlotte to handle illegal immigration

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The federal government plans to open a new court in Charlotte next month to handle illegal immigration cases in the Carolinas. Judges will begin hearing cases November 4th. Full story...
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Sunday's walk to help end hunger

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With many food pantries struggling to keep their shelves full, some folks are trying to do their part to help end hunger. Participants in the 29th New Hanover County Stop Hunger Walk trekked around Greenfield Lake Sunday. Full story...
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Paying for college becoming more difficult

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videoSending kids off to college is a proud moment in many parents lives, however the nation's credit crunch could be making it more difficult to afford. Full story...
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Thalian Hall turns 150

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videoThalian Hall is now 150 years old, or young. Community members gathered to celebrate Thalian Hall's birthday on Sunday. Full story...
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Alzheimers fundraiser a big hit

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It was all about bump, set, and spike in an effort to help people with Alzheimers at Captian Bill's on Saturday. Full story...
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