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Young Black & Under Attack Part 3

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videoIn the final segment of our series Young, Black and Under Attack. We highlight two community organizations dedicated to helping teenagers. Teens say these groups gave them a voice. Full story...
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Man starts Camp Hope for veterans

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videoTwo years ago, Bolivia resident Chris Neal was killed in Iraq. Now, his dad is honoring his son in a big way. Full story...
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Several retail stores closing

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Several major retail chains are closing their doors. The Sharper Image at Mayfaire is one of 96 company locations closing its doors. Full story...
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Bradshaw murder suspects arrested

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There is new information tonight on the people suspected in the murder of Brunswick County Realtor Adam Bradshaw.

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Red Cross turns 100

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Every time our region suffers a fire, hurricane or other disaster, the Red Cross is on the way. This year the Cape Fear chapter celebrates a milestone: its one-hundredth anniversary. From disaster relief, to blood donations, the local chapter has left its mark. Full story...
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Young Black & Under Attack Part 2

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video The Community Boys and Girls Club specializes in helping at risk youth. Full story...
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Digital TV switch coming early to Southeastern NC

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The Federal Communications Commission announced Thursday that Wilmington will be the first television market in the country to test the switch to using only digital broadcast signals. Starting at noon on September 8, all the commercial TV stations in Wilmington, including WWAY, will stop using their analog signals and broadcast only digitally. Full story...
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Portion of Carolina Beach Road closed

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Part of Carolina Beach Road is closed this afternoon, because of a fire at a junkyard. Heavy smoke is blanketing much of the area. From the North, traffic is being diverted to Sanders Road. From the South, traffic is being directed onto Myrtle Grove Road. Full story...
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Brunswick County close to choosing new sheriff

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videoIn just a few days Brunswick County will have a new sheriff. The county Democratic Executive Committee will decide Ron Hewett's successor Saturday.

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Stop the Violence Rally

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There will be a Stop the Violence rally Saturday, May 10th at 12:00 p.m. at Robert Strange Park, which is behind the MLK Center. Full story...
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Young, Black and Under Attack, Part 1

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videoWhat are the issues affecting young Black men? We take closer look in our series Young Black and Under Attack. Full story...
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NC turnout shatters record

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More than 2.1 million people cast a ballot in Tuesday's election, and most voted in the Democratic primary that featured the historic race for the White House. Full story...
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Wright's replacement wins 18th District nomination

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Sandra Spaulding Hughes will face Republican Thom Goolsby, a Wilmington attorney, in the general election in November. Full story...
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Perdue, McCrory to vie for Governor

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After winning their party's governor's primaries on Tuesday, they're on the same timetable to convince North Carolina they're the right choice to succeed outgoing Gov. Mike Easley. Full story...
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Budget deficit may increase property taxes

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The City of Wilmington is faced with some difficult decisions about how to correct its budget situation. The city is $6 million over budget due to a mistake New Hanover County made calculating the tax rate. Full story...
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