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College grads struggle to find work

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Earlier this week we reported how the struggling economy means fewer summer jobs for college students. Full story...
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Stormwater run-off major threat to waterways

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Stormwater run-off is a major threat to our waterways. Many tidal creeks are so polluted you can't swim in or collect shellfish from them. Full story...
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Groups ask for help cleaning beaches

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Before the summer rush to the beach...some local groups want you to help clean it up. Full story...
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Wave Transit hears from riders

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videoWave Transit is hoping to solve the problems of Wilmington bus riders. It held a public meeting Thursday. The room at the Wave Transit office was filled with concerned bus riders. Hands raised immediately when Wave opened the forum to questions and concerns. Full story...
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TroubleShooters: Woman scammed buying car online

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videoA Brunswick County woman is out $4,000 after she says she was scammed while buying a car on the internet. Full story...
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Healthy recipe for warm weather

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It's heating up outside, but there are some recipes that can help you cool off in the kitchen. Full story...
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Town of Leland to provide water service to residents

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Local developers get green light to move forward with new construction Full story...
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Wilmington woman publishes book about her life in Zimbabwe

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videoA local woman has lived through the political upheaval in far away Zimbabwe and has shared her experiences in a recently published book. Now she's headed back to Africa. Full story...
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Brunswick County boil water advisory lifted

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A drinking water advisory has been lifted for some Brunswick County residents this morning caused by a water line break. Full story...
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Office workers destroy printer

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videoCan you remember a time the fax machine broke, or the copy machine got jammed for the umteenth time? A local company tried to get even with the malfunctioning machines just in time for Administrative Professionals Day. Full story...
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No new bus routes to Wrightsville Beach

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videoThree weeks ago Wave Transit in New Hanover County made a major overhaul to its bus routes. Full story...
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Drivers look to alternative fuels

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videoSome drivers are looking at alternatives to filling their tanks. One local alternative is bio-diesel, made from bio-degradeable fats and oils. Full story...
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Early, one-stop voting begins

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Our primary election is May 6, but you don't have to wait to cast your vote. You can vote early through May 3, and you can register and vote at the same time. Full story...
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SUV crashes into Elizabeth's Pizza

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Police say around 9:30 the owner's sister-in-law crashed her SUV into the front of Elizabeth's Pizza on Market Street. Full story...
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Students wear empty holsters in protest

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Monday we told you about a group of UNCW students pushing to allow concealed weapons on campus for self-defense. Full story...
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