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Non-profit helps ease the pain of soaring gas and food prices

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videoAs the price of gas approaches $4 a gallon and food prices continue to increase, people are looking for ways to save a buck and one non-profit organization is trying to help. Once a month dozens of people wait outside of Life Community Church in Wilmington to pick up affordable food. Full story...
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Burgaw Depot getting a makeover

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Back in 1850, Burgaw residents used to hop on the free railroad and head to Wilmington for a day on the river. Now the train no longer operates, and historians are looking to revamp the old building and bring it back to life as the town's community center. Full story...
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Mom searching for missing adult son

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videoEvery day for the last year, Jessie Dunn has been searching for her son, Richard Bird, but finding help has not been easy. May 30, 2007 was the last time Dunn heard from her 40-year-old son, Richard Bird. Full story...
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High fuel costs affecting Wave Transit

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videoMass transit has been the answer for a lot of people struggling with high gas prices. Here in Wilmington, Wave Transit has seen an increase in riders, but there may not be enough riders to cover the soaring cost of diesel. Full story...
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Hurricane Preparedness: Supplies you may need this hurricane season

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videoHurricane season starts this weekend. High winds, flooding, tornadoes and the storm surge. All are hazards that come with tropical systems. These conditions can cause massive power outages, meaning you need to be ready when the lights go out.

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Delgado trial update

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The Tyrone Delgado trial continued Friday. Delgado is accused of the attempted sexual assault and murder of Melissa Mooney back in 1999. Full story...
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Williston Middle School to require uniforms starting in the fall

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When the 2008-2009 academic year begins on August 26, 2008, all Williston Middle School students will be required to wear school uniforms. Full story...
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New shopping center in Hampstead

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videoHampstead Town Center will be the premier upscale shopping center off highway 17 in Pender County, but not all residents are happy about it, some are concerned about the heavy traffic it could bring. Full story...
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Boiling Spring Lakes Police Chief investigation continues

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Newly appointed Boiling Spring Lakes Police Chief Emmett Ballree is still under investigation. He is accused of violating rules while he was a police chief in another town. Full story...
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Traffic changes in downtown Wilmington

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Big changes are underway in downtown Wilmington. The old Wachovia building is being demolished, and new condos are going up in its place. The project is affecting parking and traffic on parts of North Front, Princess and Water Streets. Full story...
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Burgaw food tax

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Eating out in Burgaw may be getting a little more expensive. The town is one step closer to taxing diners who frequent Burgaw restaurants. Full story...
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Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity to build three homes in one week

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Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity will join with six local builders for the Building Blitz. Their goal is to make the dream of home ownership happen for three deserving families. Full story...
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Local researchers helping to delay signs of Alzheimer's

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videoMillions of Americans have Alzheimer's and other cognitive diseases, and those numbers are expected to double as baby boomers age. Here in Wilmington, there are medical advances being made to delay the signs. Full story...
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Hurricane Preparedness: Forecasting hurricanes

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videoSunday marks the start of hurricane season, but the forecasting process to predict this season's outlook has been going on for months. Full story...
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Thieves stealing car parts

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videoThieves have discovered certain high priced metals can be stolen right from your driveway. Several auto mechanics say they're seeing an increase in stolen catalytic converters, which are part of your car's exhaust system. Full story...
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