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Adult Day Care Trying to Keep Doors Open

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LELAND-- An adult day care facility in Brunswick County is stuggling to keep it's doors open. There are a number of factors at play here, but those families who use the service say it's very badly needed. Full story...
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Port Railway Expands

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Rail traffic through the port of Wilmington will flow more smoothly thanks to an additional rail siding. A partnership between the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the Ports Authority, and the Wilmington Terminal Railroad is making the addition possible. Full story...
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United Way Cape Fear Area Appoints a Campaign Chair

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Thursday, The United Way annouced UNC-W Chancellor Rosemary DePaolo as the campaign chair. Dipaolo accepted more than one million dollars in donations all coming from local companies. Full story...
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Study Finds Sex, Drugs, and Violence among Middle Schoolers

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A recent survey shows an alarming number of New Hanover County middle and high school students are engaging in risky behavior like violence, drug use, and even sexual activity. Full story...
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Parents say their kids aren't watched closely enough on bus rides

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Some parents say their preschoolers who have to make bus changes to get to school are not being watched as closely as they should be. Full story...
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Protect yourself from "Dumpster Divers"

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Local law enforcement officials say a majority of identity thefts in this area are a result of "dumpster diving." All someone needs to steal your identity is a few numbers, often printed on documents you'd ordinarily trash. Full story...
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Deputies bust stores for selling counterfeit goods

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New Hanover County deputies have uncovered a number of stores around the area selling counterfeit goods. Four stores have been busted so far. Authorities say they were selling everything from phony Nikes to boot leg CD's and DVD's. Full story...
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Governor urges conservation to avoid mandatory rules

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Governor Easley says today that North Carolinians should voluntarily conserve water to avoid mandatory restrictions in the future. Full story...
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City Pipe Leaks into Yard

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A Wilmington man says it's city water that's leaking into his yard, and it's making a big mess. What has him so upset is that this is not the first time water has drained onto his property. Full story...
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What's Happening: Weekend of 9/14-9/16

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From hitting the water, to kicking back with a glass of wine, there's plenty to do this weekend in our area. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Taking cases to small claims court

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videoHere at NewsChannel 3 we get a lot of calls from folks who have been ripped off. Many of these viewers could probably resolve their problems in small claims court, but they may not know how. Full story...
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Some parents unhappy with preschoolers making pit stop on school bus route

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videoSome preschoolers in New Hanover County who ride the bus to school are making a pit stop on their way that some parents say they didn't know about. This year the Board of Transportation is having preschoolers and year round elementary students ride together to save money. But some parents say they weren't aware their young children had to make a bus change on the way to school. Full story...
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Brunswick Community College to launch lifelong learning program

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This Friday Brunswick Community College will start a new program called "BILL" -- the Brunswick Institute of Lifelong Learning. It's a unique way for people to continue learning beyond a formal classroom setting. Full story...
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More improvements coming to ILM

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More improvements are on the way at Wilmington International Airport. Congressman Mike McIntyre presented a check to the airport for almost $2.5 million Wednesday. Full story...
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UNCW hosts education summit

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The University of North Carolina at Wilmington was the site for a rather weighty summit on education Wednesday -- a summit that included the public. Full story...
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