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UNCW softball coach resigns

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UNCW is looking for a new softball coach. After seven seasons as head coach Melissa Jarrell quit today. Full story...
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Rip current awareness week

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videoThis week is rip current awareness week and we wanted to make sure that you know all the basics about rip currents. Full story...
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Brunswick County summer camps

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videoWith prices for pretty much everything on the rise, you may be looking for ways to keep your kids entertained without breaking the bank. Full story...
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Habitat building blitz homes dedicated

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After a week-long building blitz, three Wilmington families have brand-new homes. Full story...
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Kenan school update

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Duplin County school leaders say they had no choice but to change the admission policy at a local stem school. Full story...
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Shakespeare on the Green opens Friday night

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videoFriends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears. Starting Friday the seats at Greenfield Lake Park Amphitheater will be filled with Shakespeare lovers.

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Election effects on local business

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videoNow that we have our two presumptive presidential candidates, we can turn our focus to the changes voters and the candidates want to see. Full story...
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CFCC students using vegetable oil as fuel

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Using alternative fuel sources can be a good way to save the environment and money. Cape Fear Community College student Jonathan Davison is learning that first-hand. Full story...
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Students working to produce biodiesel from algae

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videoA Brunswick Community College project is encouraging students to think outside the box to develop an alternative fuel resource. Full story...
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Adult home safety tips

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videoJune is national home safety month. Home Instead Senior Care has tips on making your home a little safer for your aging loved ones. Full story...
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Titan cement plant could affect wetlands

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If the past is any indication, a new cement plant in northern New Hanover County could harm the area's environment.

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Fire fighters training despite extreme heat

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Despite the 100 degree heat index, some members of the Wilmington Fire Department went on with their scheduled firefighter training today. Full story...
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State releases tips for staying cool

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Gov. Mike Easley today warned citizens across the state to take the necessary precautions to protect themselves from any heat-related health problems due to the heat wave North Carolina is experiencing. With the early arrival of high temperatures, the National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory today and forecasts for high temperatures to continue for about a week. Temperatures are predicted to rise into the upper 90s today and the heat index could climb to 105 degrees this afternoon. Full story...
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Young volunteers helping elderly in need

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videoThey're spending the summer in Brunswick County, but not a lot of time at the beaches. Instead, this group of young volunteers will be helping the elderly in need. Full story...
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Number of non-smokers with lung cancer on the rise

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videoEnvironments including passive smoking thought to be a cause in increased cancer risks. Full story...
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