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Lack of rain hurts crops, livestock

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Because of all the dry weather cattle farmers in the region are having trouble producing enough hay to feed their herds. They say if they can't solve this problem soon, they may loose their herds altogether. Full story...
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Some Ogden Elementary students to attend class in trailers

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New Hanover County schools start Monday, and some classes won't be held in classrooms at all. The brand new Ogden Elementary School cost $15 million. Still, some classes will be held in trailers outside of the school. Full story...
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Attorney General warns of e-card virus

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videoNorth Carolina's attorney general is warning computer users not to fall victim to e-mail greeting card scams. They can lead to identity theft and possibly disable your computer. It looks like a legitimate e-mail in your inbox -- an e-mail greeting card. But watch out. Full story...
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Wilmington residents react to $220,000 salary study

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videoMany Wilmington residents want to know why the City is spending $220,000 on a study of City employee salaries. The City wants to compare the salaries of Wilmington employees with those of their counterparts in other cities, and judging by the comments on our website, viewers have plenty to say. Full story...
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Chemists test Winnabow drinking water near private junkyard

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videoChemists were in Winnabow Thursday to test the drinking water of residents who live near a private junkyard. There are concerns about seeping chemicals. Three drinking wells were tested at homes surrounding Phillip Rivers's property. His land was deemed a junkyard by a Brunswick County judge in March. Full story...
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Hundreds of Camp Lejeune Marines leave for Iraq

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videoHundreds of Marines are leaving our area for Iraq Thursday. It's an emotional day for Catherine Stouffer as her husband leaves to serve his country in Iraq for the second time. Full story...
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City presents 10-year plan to end homelessness

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The City of Wilmington presented its ten-year plan Wednesday night to end chronic homelessness. Full story...
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Residents, authorities meet to stop Creekwood violence

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videoRecent violence in the Creekwood community is keeping City leaders motivated to get the area cleaned up. The organizer of the event says one of the main topics of Wednesday's meeting is the violence in the area. In May a 17-year-old was shot and killed in the neighborhood. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride: Carolina Belle

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videoMany of us have flown in planes, but have you ever flown in one that doesn't have a roof? NewsChannel 3's Dana Brancato did just that in a rather famous plane in Southport. The name of the plane is Carolina Girl. She was built in 1942 and originally used in World War II as a military training plane. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Navassa Animal Control

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videoSherri Jones called our troubleshooters team recently after a sick dog wandered onto her property. Jones lives in Navassa and says she couldn't get anyone to help. A town police officer even told her just to bury the dog if it died. Full story...
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Carolina Diaries: College Kid

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videoAlyssa Cruz is 15 years old. As you'd expect, she's a student. What you might not expect is where she goes to school. Alyssa is a full-time student, taking 13 units at Brunswick Community College. Full story...
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Wilmington tour highlights local film spots

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videoYou probably know Wilmington is home to TV shows like Dawson's Creek and one tree hill. But what you might not know is Wilmington is home to more than 400 other movie and television productions. Full story...
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Feds approve NC's new same-day voter registration

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Voters who decide at the last minute that they're interested in this fall's municipal elections can cast a ballot right away under a new law that's received final federal approval. Full story...
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City to spend $220,000 researching employee salaries

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videoAre Wilmington city employees being paid what they're worth? A costly new study will try to answer that question. The Wilmington City Council decided Tuesday night to hire a company to study the salaries of all city employees to see if they're comparable with employees for other cities. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride: Southport's Maritime Museum

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videoFrom torpedoes to shipwrecked artifacts, the Maritime Museum in Southport has something for everyone, including pirate enthusiasts. The museum has a display with recovered items from one of the ships from the most feared and famed pirate -- Blackbeard. Full story...
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