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Local Red Cross chapter helps with midwest floods

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Heavy flooding has devastated parts of the midwest. The cape fear chapter for the American Red Cross is one of the organizations on tap to help with relief efforts. Full story...
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Juneteenth Festival

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videoJuneteenth is an annual event that celebrates the freedom of African slaves. The festival started back in Texas in the late 1800's. Today dozens of Juneteenth festivals go on across the country and right here in southeastern North Carolina. Full story...
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New Airline Baggage Fees

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videoTough times for the airlines equals more money out of our pockets right here in Wilmington. Full story...
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Follow-up on fire hydrant being turned off

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videoEarlier this week, firefighters lost precious time when the hydrant closest to a burning house didn't work. Full story...
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Importance of detecting prostate cancer early

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videoFather's day is Sunday and what better time to remind the important man in your life about the importance of prostate screenings. Full story...
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Organization helping children with fathers overseas celebrate Father's Day

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A local organization wants to make sure the children of our troops serving overseas are not forgotten this father's day Full story...
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Businesses evacuated near Monkey Junction due to gas leak

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videoSome workers in monkey junction had an unexpected break from work today after police and fire departments forced them to evacuate their businesses to avoid a major gas leak. Full story...
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Body found in Cape Fear River

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Police are working to determine whether a body found this afternoon in the Cape Fear River is that of Brent Henry. Full story...
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Police: Two shot at soda bottling plant north of Charlotte

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uthorities in Concord say two people have been shot at a soda bottling plant, and the suspected shooter remains at large. Full story...
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Juneteenth celebrations in our area

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Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. It is being celebrated in our area this weekend. Full story...
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Throwing cigarettes from car could result in hefty fine

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videoSmokers beware. If you're smoking while driving, do not toss your butts out the window. Full story...
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Local economics professor says outlook is good for the area

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videoUNCW Senior Economics Professor Doctor Woody Hall held an economics forum today. He said that our regions economy is doing better than the rest of the state and the country. Full story...
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Finishing touches being put on areas "greenest" home

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Builders are putting the finishing touches on what they're calling the greenest home in this half of the state. Full story...
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Information on Lyme disease

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Each year in America there's almost 20,000 cases of people infected with Lyme disease. Full story...
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Fire hydrant problems may have caused house to burn longer

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videoWe now know more about the house fire in Ogden that kept firefighters busy for hours yesterday. Full story...
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