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Thousands of coastal North Carolina residents could see insurance rates rise this fall as state regulators weigh higher insurance costs against the rising cost of protecting homes. Full story...
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A consumer alert tonight: a growing number of people tell us they've been scammed by a local flooring company. This story had not even aired yet and we were already getting numerous calls into the newsroom about the man being investigated. Full story...
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Kids and swimming pools, it can be a deadly combination. Pool safety experts say it only takes a second for a child to get injured, or drown, but there are things parents can do to keep their kids safe. Full story...
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The roads will be packed this weekend with people traveling home from their Fourth of July vacations. AAA predicts close to two million Carolinians are on the roads traveling. More people on the road mean more stress for emergency responders. Full story...
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There may be some new faces on City Council next year. Friday was the first day for council members to file for election. Full story...
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Bill Saffo wants to keep his job as Wilmington's mayor. He made it official Friday. The mayor of Wilmington says he's in. He filed his candidacy for mayor Friday. Mayor Saffo was greeted by a crowd of cheering supporters outside the board of elections. He says repairing the sewers and bringing good paying jobs to Wilmington are his top two priorities. Full story...
Submitted by Meghan Torjussen on Thu, 07/05/2007 - 11:32pm.READ MORE:
Atlantic Health Clinic had a satellite office in Delco, that also closed abruptly a little over a month ago. The clinic left patients without access to their medical records, and left the landlord with a dangerous mess to clean up. Full story...
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According to the National Institute of Health, one out of every 40 Americans has a potentially fatal form of skin cancer. Dermatologists say it can potentially be avoided by knowing the best sunscreen for your skin. Full story...
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A gas leak forced an evacuation in downtown Wilmington Thursday. Contract crews cleaning sewer lines on Front Street between Ann and Dock pierced the gas pipe. Full story...
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The New Hanover County 911 dispatch center was busier than usual Wednesday night. One dispatcher says the phones were ringing off the hook. A common complaint was the standstill traffic. Full story...
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We're learning more about a local health clinic that abruptly closed its doors on Friday. A former Atlantic Health Clinic employee says the doors may be locked for reasons other than a family emergency. The former employee doesn't want to be named because she's assisting in an investigation into Atlantic Health Clinic's finances. Full story...
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