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A major intersection on Market Street is frustrating many drivers. About 50,000 cars travel on Market Street each day. This is well over its intended capacity. Full story...
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As more vacationers and locals head to the beach to start their Fourth of July festivities a local firehouse is calling on their volunteers for help. But do they have enough man power to keep us all safe? Full story...
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Recent British terror attacks have sparked tighter security measures at US airports. The Department of Homeland security says an increase in the domestic threat level is not necessary. Full story...
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It is tearful reunion for family members this weekend as thousands of marines return home. Full story...
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An update on how sewer repairs are progressing in Wilmington: after diverting sewage through a network of temporary piping, crews have lined a 450-foot stretch of old pipe in the Bradley Creek area with a special material to help remedy previously leaky lines. Full story...
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More than one million Carolinians are expected to travel for the July Fourth holiday. The name of the campaign says it all: Booze it and Lose it. State and local police are not taking the July Fourth holiday lightly. The Booze it or Lose it, Operation: Firecracker campaign is in full force through July 8. Expect checkpoints throughout the state and stepped-up patrols. Full story...
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Experts say marijuana is now more addictive than ever before. Substance abuse counselors say marijuana growers and sellers are making the drug stronger, so people will keep coming back for more. Full story...
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Police in Raleigh say the Wilmington man wanted for rape and kidnapping in our area is also charged with rape, kidnapping and robbery in the Raleigh area. Omar Sharpe was arrested Thursday by Raleigh officers. Full story...
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The mother of a man just convicted of rape is speaking out. Antonio McAllister's mother gives us another perspective on the guilty verdict. Full story...
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An exotic animal ban in North Carolina is one step closer to reality. Some local private zoo and sanctuary owners were in Raleigh Thursday fighting proposed senate legislation that would prohibit them from housing exotic animals like these. Full story...
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Six months ago a New Hanover County grand jury accidentally indicted a former deputy on murder charges. Now a bill is making its way through State legislature that could have cleared up a lot of confusion in that case. If this bill is passed it would mean that what goes on in the grand jury room would no longer be kept secret. Full story...
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