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Explore With George: Shopping Through Time

George Elliott visits the Cape Fear Museum to check out their exhibit detailing the history of shopping in the Port City.

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Investigators found liquor bottles, straw with "white substance" in Grooms's car

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video Thomas Grooms was driving south on River Road last year when witnesses say he hit and killed Trey and David Doolittle. Witnesses today explained in great detail what they believe happened that Sunday morning when the Doolittles were hit and killed while riding their bicycles. Full story...
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CUE Center hosts national conference

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video Since it began, the non-profit CUE Center for Missing Persons has helped more than 9,000 people. Some of them are in Wilmington this weekend for the CUE Center's eighth annual National Round Table Conference. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. Commissioner Warren files EEOC complaint

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Brunswick County Commissioner Charles Warren has filed a charge of racial discrimination with the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Full story...
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Restaurant holds fundraiser for baby who needs heart transplant

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The Chick-Fil-A on Oleander Drive in Wilmington is hosting a benefit for Hannah and her family tonight. From 5 to 8 p.m., proceeds from food purchased at the restaurant will go toward Hannah's medical care. Full story...
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NC, SC state line isn't where folks thought it was

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A modern survey of the state line between North Carolina and South Carolina has sent 93 property owners into another state. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: 3rd grader with big heart trying to help injured military

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video A small boy, with a big heart. A third grader has organized a walk-a-thon to help raise money for injured troops. His mom says altruism is nothing new for this New Hanover County student. Full story...
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U.S. Marine faces boot for anti-Obama Facebook posts

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A Marine sergeant who started a Facebook group that is openly critical of President Obama and posted comments saying he will not follow the unlawful orders of the commander in chief is facing possible dismissal from the Corps. Full story...
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