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Sen. Smith visits Brunswick County

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The campaign caravan for one state gubernatorial candidate rolled into town Tuesday. Full story...
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Shallotte neighborhood fed up with speeding cars

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It's a growing problem that might be happening in your neighborhood: people driving too fast. It's an especially big problem in Shallotte's Wildwood Village. Full story...
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Wilmington testing stormwater pipes

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Wilmington city officials are taking steps to inspect downtown stormwater pipes to see if they need to be repaired. Crew members Tuesday lowered a camera underground. What that camera showed them seems to be good news for the city. Full story...
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Leland mayoral candidates hit campaign trail

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Leland's mayoral candidates are hot on the campaign trail trying to win supporters in the rapidly growing town. Full story...
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Carolina Beach holds cadidates forum

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Residents in Carolina Beach had the chance to ask future town leaders what they would do if elected Monday night. Full story...
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New Hanover County gets bad school bus inspection

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videoNew Hanover County has some of the worst school bus inspection scores in the area. So what are school administrators doing to improve the school bus safety? Full story...
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School board may face lawsuit after Lil Wayne concert cancellation

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videoAfter weeks of controversy surrounding a gangster rap concert at New Hanover High School this weekend the rapper never took the stage. After an uproar from the community over the concert, the contract between the New Hanover County School Board and concert promoter to hold the concert at Brogden Hall is why the school board was forced to let the concert go on. Full story...
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Drought conditions could mean insect increase

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The current drought conditions could mean an increase of insects, like ants, inside your home. Full story...
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Water restrictions don't apply to all businesses

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With Wilmington under mandatory water restrictions, you may wonder how that's affecting businesses such as car washes. Full story...
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College costs nearly double rate of inflation

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A new survey has news that will come as no surprise to parents paying for higher education. It shows college costs this year are nearly double the rate of inflation. Full story...
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Boxing academy to get new home

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A boxing academy geared toward helping troubled young people here in the Port City will soon be getting a new home. Full story...
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Easley says cut water use by half to see if N.C. can cope

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Gov. Mike Easley wants North Carolina residents to cut their water use by 50 percent between now and Halloween to see how they can cope with critically low water levels. Full story...
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Fans disappointed by Lil Wayne no-show

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videoNew Hanover High School's Brogden Hall was supposed to be filled with the sounds of rap artist Lil Wayne performing Sunday night. Instead, it was filled with the cries of angry fans. Fans waited for Lil Wayne to take the stage, but the performer was a no-show, leaving fans demanding answers. Full story...
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Oyster Festival a hit in Ocean Isle Beach

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It's oyster mania in Ocean Isle Beach this weekend. Some highlights included an array of vendors, a surf contest and the famous shucking contest. Full story...
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USS Norris Crew Member Reunion

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The 15th annual reunion of crew members from the USS Norris allowed sailors to celebrate the past together. More than fifty veteran sailors and even more family members traveled from all over to share sea stories. Full story...
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