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Wrightsville Beach restaurant break ins

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Police say several thousand dollars in wine, food and cash was stolen from Jerrys Food, Wine and Spirits and Buoy 32. The nature of the break ins led police to believe that the suspect is familiar with the restaurant business. Full story...
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Home schooling trend

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videoNearly 40,000 families in North Carolina home school their children. Five hundred right here in New Hanover County. Experts say it fosters family values while allowing a child to learn at their own pace. For the Teeters, home schooling their children just came naturally. Full story...
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Re-living old times

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videoWhat was it like to live in the lower Cape Fear region three hundred years ago? Some young Cape Fear Museum visitors learned Saturday through hands on experience. Full story...
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Young skaters out and about

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While surfers were hanging ten in the ocean, skate boarders took to the park today. Full story...
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Melissa Mooney's neighborhood ten years later

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videoIn 1999, former FBI secretary Melissa Mooney was moving into her new home here on Reminisce Road. She barely had a chance to settle in, when police say neighbor Tyrone Delgado entered her home, and murdered her. Full story...
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Guilty verdict in the case of Tyrone Delgado

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There is finally a verdict in the nine week long murder trial for Tyrone Delgado. Full story...
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1898 memorial installed today

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videoWilmington's dark history gave way to a bright future today with the erection of the 1898 Race Riot monument. After years of preparation, the memorial finally took shape. Full story...
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Rip currents and big surf for our coast this weekend

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Wrightsville Beach was packed today, and everyone was feeling the effects of hurricane Bertha. Full story...
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US Postal Service making cut-backs

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videoThe slow economy and high gas prices have the US Postal Service looking to cut back. It recently announced it will offer voluntary early retirement to some employees. Full story...
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Highway Patrol cutting back on gas

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Gas prices are also forcing state troopers to cut back. Full story...
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Still hope for annexation moratorium bill

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There may still be hope for a moratorium on forced annexation. Full story...
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Pump problems at one Whiteville gas station

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videoTake note! There is a gasoline station in Whiteville that's practically giving away their gas. Not literally, but it sure seems that way for a longtime Whiteville resident who is 81-years-old. Full story...
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Reach the Beach volunteers wrap up

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The Reach the Beach Project wrapped up today in Wilmington. The summer youth program brought teens from across the country to work on service projects in our area. Full story...
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Local group seeks foster homes for service dogs

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Many people rely on service dogs to help them get around, but those dogs have to be trained. That's why a Southport woman is challenging her neighbors to step up and foster service dogs. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride 2008 - Southport

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videoSouthport has a rich maritime history, but it wasn't always known as Southport. In fact, the name came about because of a big idea that's being considered again today, and stirring up controversy. Full story...
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