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Brunswick County working to eliminate flooding problems

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videoBrunswick County Emergency Management is working to get rid of flooding problems in the county. They're doing it through new technology that detects rains levels. Full story...
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WPD officer hit with own bullet

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A Wilmington Police officer was wounded Tuesday morning, hit by his own bullet. Investigators say the officer was training at the firing range when he got hit in the arm with a bullet fragment. Full story...
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Parents concerned about busy intersection

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Some Brunswick County parents are very concerned about a busy intersection near their children's school. There has already been one fatal accident at the crossroads. Residents fear it'll happen again. Full story...
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City, county to add Cape Fear Utility Authority jobs

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Wilmington City Council meets Tuesday night. One item on the agenda is approving nearly $1 million to help fix the troubled sewer system. City Council will approve the funds to go to the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority. The organization is a merger between the city and county water and sewer. The money will go to help with start up costs. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride: Holden Beach Pier

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videoGil Bass says with a name like his owning a fishing pier was his destiny. Bass has run the pier for the last three decades, watching many of the same people return year after year. Full story...
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New task force to tackle parking downtown

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A new task force is tackling a problem issue that has been plaguing locals. The focus is providing adequate parking in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Port security main topic at special session

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The Security Training Exercise Program brought state, local and federal agencies together to evaluate security problems and solutions at the port. Full story...
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Former Town and Country Motel site subject of arbitration

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videoThe fate of a prominent piece of property in downtown Belville was the subject of debate in federal court Monday. Full story...
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Injured soccer star remains integral part of UNCW team

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videoPatterson started at left back for the nationally ranked Seahawks as a freshman and was an all-conference rookie. At the beginning of his sophomore year he collided with another player and suffered a concussion. The injury ended his career. Full story...
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Students learn about nation's history on Constitution Day

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videoMonday is Constitution Day and students nationwide are learning about our nation's history. Full story...
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Museum program aims to connect Alzheimer's patients with memories

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videoA new program at the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington hopes to connect those suffering from Alzheimer's disease to their memories. Full story...
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Winnabow man says county went too far in cleaning his property

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videoThe Winnabow man forced to cleanup the junkyard in his backyard says the county has gone too far. Full story...
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Brunswick County gets new congressional office

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Brunswick County's growing population has brought a new congressional office to the area. Full story...
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WWAY co-hosting candidates' forum

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It takes an informed public to live in a democracy. That's why NewsChannel 3 is co-sponsoring a Wilmington candidates' forum this Friday with Big Talker FM radio. Full story...
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Teen sentenced for robbing aunt

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A former West Brunswick High School student will spend at least five years behind bars for robbing his own aunt. Chasen Duke is one of four teens who has already pleaded guilty to the crime. Prosecutors say last December Duke and four friends broke into duke's aunt's house near Calabash. That's when three of them tied her up with duct tape and locked her in the bathroom. Full story...
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