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Holly Tree Elementary students learn about fire safety

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Fire safety wasn’t the only lesson some local firefighters wanted to teach Wednesday. Students at Holly Tree Elementary in Wilmington had a chance to stop, drop, and roll and put their fire safety skills to the test. Full story...
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New Hanover County Board of Education candidates speak about the state of our schools

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videoOn November 4th, you will see six names on the ballot for New Hanover County Board of Education. While David Martin is no longer running, there are incumbents Dorothy DeShields and Jeanette Nichols, as well as three challengers who want their seats.

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Residents of Wilmington's Southside discuss its future

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videoWilmington's city planners are looking to the future, and they are putting the focus on neighborhoods. Tuesday night, residents of Wilmington's Southside attended a session about their vision for their part of the city. Full story...
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The Secret Life of Bees actress learns from local cellist

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videoWith the number of movies, independent films, series and pilots filmed in Wilmington there is a chance you will run into someone famous. Or as one musician discovered, you could have an even bigger brush with fame. Full story...
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Seahawks will have to deal with growing pains this season

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videoThe 2008-2009 UNCW Seahawks are clearly a young team. There are 4 freshmen, 4 sophomores, and only one senior. The one senior, Marlo Davis, only played in half of last year's games Full story...
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McCain visit Monday put strain on CFCC students parking

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John McCain's visit to Cape Fear Community College Monday put a strain on downtown Wilmington's already limited parking. Some Cape Fear Community College students complained about not having a place to park. Full story...
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Politicians gathered in Charlotte Tuesday to support Obama

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Politicians from across the state gathered in Charlotte Tuesday to discuss their support for presidential candidate Barack Obama. Full story...
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School officials to take extra precaution after stabbing

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videoAfter a stabbing took place during last week's Ashley High School football game, parents may think twice before letting their kids go this weekend. Full story...
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Southeastern Center for Mental Health might get extra funds

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The Southeastern Mental Health funding crisis is now in the hands of state legislators and New Hanover County Commissioners. Full story...
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Dog shot by Department of Corrections officer

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videoA local family is mourning the loss of their pet today. The dog was shot yesterday by a Wilmington probation officer. Full story...
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Early detection important in battling breast cancer

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videoEach year 50,000 Americans are diagnosed with breast cancer, but while those numbers are not going down the good news is that 85 percent can be cured if caught in time. Full story...
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Flu shot clinics opening

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It is just about flu season, a dangerous time of year for many people, but you can fight back. Throughout the next two weeks, Pender Memorial Hospital nurses will be administering flu and pneumonia vaccines at several locations throughout Pender County. Full story...
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New chief in Burgaw

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Burgaw has a new police chief and he is a familiar face. Bill King has been serving as interim police chief since last month. Full story...
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Bedford Fair plans on closing

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Employees from Bedford Fair, a mail order catalogue company, say they were told the Wilmington based warehouse will close September of next year. Full story...
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Campaign interview with McCain journalist

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videoWith three weeks to go until Election Day, a lot of people involved in the campaigns are looking forward to going home, including the journalists whose job it is to go along for the ride. Full story...
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