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Overcrowded religious services may recieve help

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Help may soon be on the way for over crowded religious services at Pender Correctional Institution. Full story...
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Touring Wilmington

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videoOn Sunday, many of Wilmington's tourist attractions were free of charge for New Hanover County residents. Full story...
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Burning Ban Lifted

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State officials have deemed it safe for open burning effective Saturday but, local fire officials who spent time fighting brush fires early last month say lifting the burn ban again may be premature. Full story...
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Young voters excited about '08 campaign

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videoLast week a spokesman for the state Board of Elections told a Raleigh newspaper that young voters in North Carolina are registering faster than ever. Full story...
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Burnett-Eaton Museum celebrates Black History

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Did you know Wilmington has a museum dedicated to African American history? It's called the Burnett Eaton Museum. Full story...
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NC facing honeybee shortage

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videoMuch of the food we eat is a direct result of honeybee pollination. But North Carolina faces a honeybee shortage. This means more and more farmers crops are suffering. Full story...
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Chamber of Commerce holds 141st annual meeting

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It may have been its 141st annual meeting, but the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce was focused on the future Thursday. Full story...
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Study: Anorexics experience taste differently

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videoThis is eating disorders awareness week. A new study shows anorexic women may experience taste differently than others. Full story...
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Judge declines to halt state Rep. Wright's ethics hearing

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A Wake County judge has declined to stop a legislative panel from meeting next week to consider ethics accusations against Rep. Thomas Wright. Full story...
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Family looking for answers after fatal standoff

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videoEarlier this week a standoff in Bladen County started with an agitated man with a gun. It ended with officers shooting and killing Tom Adams. Now his family is searching for answers. Full story...
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WPD launches Police-to-Citizen web site

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The Wilmington Police Department has launched a Police-to-Citizen (P2C) web site in an effort to make information easily accessible to residents. Full story...
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Elementary students collect shoes for Nicaraguans

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You've heard the expression, "Walk a mile in someone else's shoes." Well, soon some Nicaraguan children will be able to do just that. Full story...
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Making room for more cell phone towers

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As we move towards 2020, we'll be making room for more buildings, roads and other infrastructure. And in the 21st century that includes cell phone towers. Full story...
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Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown

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Each year on the first Sunday in March participating area attractions open their doors to New Hanover County residents free of charge. This year 30 area attractions along with special guests, will welcome and honor local citizens who live in New Hanover County on Sunday, March 2. Full story...
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Sheriff's department settles with Strickland family

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videoThe New Hanover County Sheriff's Office has reached a settlement with the family of 18-year-old Peyton Strickland. The settlement includes a re-evaluation of the Sheriff's SERT Team and $2.45 million to the Strickland family. Full story...
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