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Beach erosion longstanding challenge for southeastern NC

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video Just in the past year we have reported on the problem of beach erosion right here in our area: at Kure Beach, Topsail Island, Ocean Isle and Oak Island. Erosion specialist Spencer Rogers said, "Erosion is a fact of life along most of North Carolina, and we'll have to live with it one way or another." Full story...
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NIU shooting hits home for UNCW Student

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Here on the campus of UNC-Wilmington, the news of the Northern Illinois University shootings came as more of a shock to some than others. Full story...
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Leland gas station turning into lucky lottery spot

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A Leland gas station is starting to get the nickname "lucky lottery spot" after multiple wins in a matter of months. Full story...
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NC investigating possible mobile home chemical contamination

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videoThe governor of North Carolina is investigating possible chemical contamination in mobile homes after an announcement by the federal emergency management administration. FEMA announced that many of the trailers they gave to Hurricane Katrina victims have dangerous levels of the chemical formaldehyde in them. Full story...
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Pro-weight disorder sites becoming more popular with teens

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videoAs the internet becomes more and more a part of our daily lives the effects will continue to be seen in our younger population. Full story...
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State cracking down on animal euthanization

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The state is cracking down on the way animal shelters euthanize stray animals in their care. The state Board of Agriculture voted this week to approve new regulations specifying the right way to euthanize animals in the shelter. Full story...
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Columbus County sees year's first rabies case

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A rabies case involving a family dog in Columbus County marks the county's first of the year. Full story...
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Cape Fear 2020: Will film incentives continue to work?

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videoWhen film scouts look for a location to shoot their movie they take many things into consideration. One is whether the state offers a tax break for filmmakers. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach considering WAVE Transit, dangerous condition surfing ban

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Lots of people catch waves at Wrightsville beach, but what about to it? Full story...
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Burgaw planning for growth

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videoMore people, more homes, and more traffic that's what Burgaw town leaders are planning for. The growing Pender County town is showing few signs of slowing down. Full story...
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Hughes to challenge Wright's seat

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A woman who left Wilmington City Council in 2003 is making another run for political office. This time, to take Rep. Thomas Wright's seat. Full story...
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ILM adds cheap flights to Orlando

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videoNeed a vacation? ILM has a new destination. Airport officials announced this morning that there will soon be a non-stop flight from Wilmington to the Orlando area. Full story...
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Last minute Valentines Day shoppers keep local florists busy

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Julia's Florist on Kerr Avenue in Wilmington had more than 200 walk-in customers this afternoon and delivered more than 450 orders. Full story...
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Congenital Heart Defects Awareness Week

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It's a condition that affects one in 100 babies in this country. This week is Congenital Heart Defects Awareness Week. Rocky Point resident Crystal McGaffic knows what it's like to live with the condition. Full story...
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Update: College student stuck in financial limbo

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Last night we told you about a young woman from Canada who moved to our area on a student visa. Her parents are tax paying citizens in North Carolina, but their daughter is being denied in state tuition rates by UNCW. Full story...
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