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Number of businesses leave downtown Wilmington

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videoWhen you're in downtown Wilmington you may notice a number of vacant businesses with for-sale and for rent signs on them. Front Street has no shortage of empty spots but that doesn't appear to bother too many people. Kurt Trede and his brother may want to relocate their Carolina Beach restaurant to Front Street. Full story...
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Chadbourn zoning cost to increase

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If you live in Chadbourn and want to apply for zoning and special use permits expect to shell out more than you would have Tuesday. Full story...
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Port sets up new security precaution

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The port has instituted yet another security precaution. Beginning Wednesday each container truck that leaves the Port of Wilmington will pass through a special device to detect nuclear and radiological materials. Full story...
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New law aims to protect domestic violence victims

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videoDomestic violence is a fact of life for one in four women. But now domestic violence victims in North Carolina have an extra layer of protection. Full story...
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Man sentenced for raping stepdaughter, mother allowed assault

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A Wilmington woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to allowing her husband to sexually assault her then 11-year old daughter. Full story...
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Police identify shooting victim

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Twenty-three-year-old Eugene Ali Shakil Williams was shot and killed Tuesday afternoon on the corner of 12th and Chestnut Streets in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Organization lets kids donate hair

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videoOne of the most powerful forces in the life of school kids is the desire to fit in, to be like their friends. But for two million kids with a disorder called alopecia, being bald makes them stand out. Full story...
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Shooting claims life of Wilmington man

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One man is dead after a shooting in Downtown Wilmington this afternoon just blocks away from New Hanover High School and Wilmington Police are on a man-hunt. Full story...
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New developments emerge in Wright saga

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There are several new developments in the Thomas Wright saga. The Wake County district attorney says the investigation into the state representative's campaign finances could go on for two more weeks. Full story...
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End in sight for Military Cutoff construction

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Construction that began three years ago along the two-mile stretch of road was scheduled to be completed by May of this year. However, because of contractual and weather-related set backs, the paving project is now slated to be completed November 13. Full story...
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Drought conditions could worsen

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Spotty showers dotted the area Monday but drought conditions continue to plague our region and our state. With no considerable rainfall ahead we could see things get a whole lot worse. Full story...
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Hoggard High School student facing felony drug charges

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A Hoggard High School star running back is facing felony drug charges. The football career of Rashad Williams could be over after he was arrested for possession with intent to sell and distribute marijuana and possession of a schedule one controlled substance. Schedule one drugs include heroin and LSD, among others. Full story...
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Forecaster calls for 2 more hurricanes in October and November

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Hurricane expert William Gray says there will be four named storms in October and November. He says two of them will be hurricanes, and one of them major. Full story...
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Company recycles houses

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Reduce, reuse, recycle. It's a process that works for many household items. But now you can actually recycle your home. Full story...
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County commissioners approve $13 million in economic incentives

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New Hanover County will offer GE and Invista a combined $13 million to expand their operations here. That's one of the largest economic development incentives the county has ever offered, but it's one commissioners say will create a profitable return. Full story...
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