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Southport - Fort Fisher ferry closing

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videoIf you take the Southport-Fort Fisher ferry to work, you may have to find a new way to commute. The ferry ramp needs a tune-up, which means the run will likely be shut down for 2 months this winter. Full story...
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Global Day of Prayer held in Wilmington

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More than three hundred million people in 210 countries prayed together yesterday as part of the Global Day of Prayer. Here in Wilmington, worshipers filled Myrtle Grove Presbyterian Church. The original location was Legion Stadium, but the rain forced the event to move indoors. Full story...
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Defining Digital: A Clearer Picture

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videoAnalog. Digital. HDTV. 720p. 1080i. They are a jumble of letters and numbers that will ultimately change the way you watch television come September. But what does it all mean? Full story...
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Trial to begin in 1999 murder

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The trial is scheduled to start today for a man accused of killing a FBI employee nearly a decade ago. It took a six-year investigation and a man hunt that led federal agents to Louisiana in 2005, to finally bring Tyrone Delgado back to Wilmington to stand trial for the murder of Melissa Mooney. Full story...
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UNCW Graduation

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videoOver 1,800 UNCW students graduated on Sunday. In fact the university held 3 commencement ceremonies to accommodate everyone. Full story...
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Ingram recommended as Brunswick County Sheriff

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videoThe search for Brunswick County's next sheriff is nearly complete. On Saturday, members of the county's Democratic Party sifted through the list of candidates vying to take the seat left by former Sheriff Ron Hewett.

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Stamp Out Hunger

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It's for the 16th annual "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive. Local letter carriers from the U.S Postal Service work with local food banks to help feed those who are hungry this mother's day. Full story...
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Stop the Violence Rally

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A small group of community members came together to stop the violence. The Marshall family, lost a son and a brother. Robert Jr., was murdered in March, now, the Marshalls are trying to make the streets safe for their grandchildren. Full story...
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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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