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Economists say local economy will grow moderately over next several years

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Total personal income in the Wilmington Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is forecast to grow 3.3 percent during 2011, with the growth rate slowing to around three percent in both 2012 and 2013. Personal income is the total income earned by individuals from all sources. The three counties of Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender comprise the MSA. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Wing Fling ABC permit denied, event left homeless

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Problems tonight for a long-standing Wilmington event. WWAY has learned the 15th Annual Wing Fling scheduled for March 26 may not have a home. Full story...
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TROUBLESHOOTERS: Customers say Aaron's sold them defective, used TVs

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video The Bentleys bought their TV from Aaron's. They say they've had nothing but problems ever since. When Jerry and Gloria Bentley watch TV, white dots cover the screen making it impossible to get a clear picture of what's going on. Full story...
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Area business benefiting from Hollywood East resurgence

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video Wilmington currently has six motion pictures in production. The money the film industry brings to our area is the topic of conversation among local economists and film experts today at an economic growth summit. Full story...
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The Rant: March 15, 2011

Another day and more controversy for the New Hanover County Commission. WWAY's Kevin Wuzzardo has more in tonight's edition of The Rant.

Grad student turned candidate says he has plan to fix Wilmington

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Election season is still months away, but one UNC Wilmington student is already thinking about ways to shake things up. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Commissioner Barfield vs. The School Board - What the bickering is about

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Today in his newsletter email, New Hanover County Commissioner Jason Barfield outlined some of the specific concerns he has about the way the School Board is spending money. His major issues are with two empty buildings and a third that needs a roof. However, Superintendent Dr. Tim Markley contends the county already has oversight of capital expenditures and building projects. Full story...
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WPD: No leads on puppy killer despite reward

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WPD investigators have been unsuccessful in locating the person(s) who killed two puppies on Wednesday, February 23, 2011. In response to media coverage, several animal welfare organizations have pledged money for a reward for anyone supplying information that leads to an arrest. Pledges currently total more than $2,000. Full story...
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WPD: Man robbed at knifepoint downtown

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The male victim, age 25, reported that he was in a bar drinking with a man he did not know by name. According to the victim, the two agreed to go somewhere else to get a drink. The victim said he stopped to sit on one of the benches on Water Street when a third person (male voice) came up behind him and held a knife to his neck. Full story...
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Big Wednesday in sports: CFCC falls short in first round of national juco basketball tourney ; UNCW in action

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video Cape Fear Community College is going to have to work their way through the consolation bracket in order to win the national junior college basketball tournament. CFCC lost in the first round of the tournament Wednesday afternoon. Full story...
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