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Ebony Magazine senior editor visits UNCW

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videoIn honor of Black History Month the senior editor of Ebony Magazine paid a visit to UNCW Wednesday. Full story...
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Whiteville: Poised for growth

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There's no doubt the Cape Fear region is growing. Over the next 12 years to 2020 the entire area will see more people, highways, construction -- all of the things that make for the fastest growing region in the state. Full story...
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Growth brings increase in gang activity

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videoA growing region can also mean increased crime. A little over a decade ago, gang activity in our area was unheard of. But gangs in our area are not becoming a problem, they are a problem. Full story...
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WPD bust man with over 100 heroin bags

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Wilmington Police continue their offensive against the heroin trade. They are trying to stem the tide of overdose deaths -- four in two months. Full story...
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Author honors Black History of WWII

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videoOne man -- though not exactly a part of black history -- makes it his work to honor those who are. Full story...
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Landscaper wants City Council to ease water restriction

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Tuesday one local landscaper will ask the Wilmington City Council to ease the mandatory water restrictions. Full story...
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Proposed landlfill sparks heated debate

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videoA bad case of déjà vu for many Brunswick county residents as they fight to stop another proposed landfill. Full story...
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Williston Senior High School alumni remember school desegregation

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videoForty years ago life changed dramatically for thousands of people living in our area. That's when Williston Senior High, New Hanover County's only African American high school, closed its doors. Full story...
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Chiropractor uses power of prayer

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videoThe power of prayer and holistic healing has recently been in the national spotlight, with the TV show Grey's Anatomy setting a plot around a woman using alternative healing methods and doctors doubting her practice. Full story...
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How does our area's growth compare with Myrtle Beach?

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videoWe continue our look into the future of our region by looking for some advice from folks who have already dealt with the kind of growth we're experiencing now. Full story...
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Brunswick County residents to speak out against landfill

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After three years of debate among residents and lawmakers, some people in Brunswick County were able to claim victory against the Hugo Neu landfill company. Full story...
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Marine initiative aims to raise numbers by over 200,000 by 2011

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A Marine Corps initiative aims to increase the number of marines nationwide to more than 200,000 by the year 2011. Full story...
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City sees fourth fatal heroin overdose in two months

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videoAnother person is dead after overdosing on heroin. This makes four fatalities in Wilmington in two months which police are aware of. There are only a few treatment facilities in our area, two of which are privately funded. Full story...
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Students think pink for cancer awareness

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Pink is the color in Brunswick County. That's where a group of students is wearing the color to raise awareness about cancer. Full story...
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Super Tuesday could be most important day of campaign

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Tomorrow is Super Tuesday -- perhaps the most important day in campaign 2008 short of Election Day itself. Full story...
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