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Local medical experts discuss health care reform

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video It's a big concern for most Americans -- health care. With Republicans dominating the polls in last week's elections many say their first priority in Washington is health care reform legislation. Full story...
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Three arrested in after school fight

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Three teenage girls are likely in trouble at home tonight after getting in trouble with cops this afternoon. Full story...
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UNCW sports legend Bill Brooks dies

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You name it. Bill Brooks coached it. The former coach and former UNCW director of athletics died Monday afternoon at the age of 88. Full story...
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Study shows oral sex 'gateway' for teens

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video A new study's out about teenagers and activities that put them on the fast track to some very grown up behavior. The study shows most teens who engage in oral sex for the first time will have vaginal intercourse within six months. Full story...
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Cucalorus tickets going fast

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One-hundred-fifty films are projected to attract about 10,000 people to the Port City from around the world. The festival starts Thursday and lasts through Sunday. Full story...
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Chadbourn community mourns after murder

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video The day after a brutal murder shook up the quiet community of Berry Court - neighbors took a little time out to reflect. They say this is usually a problem-free place to live. Full story...
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WPD: Residents report break-in; cops find drugs in house

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The residents (“victims”) initially were reluctant to let officers into the house, but eventually they gave consent. As soon as officers entered, they noticed an overpowering odor of marijuana. When confronted, the residents refused to provide any additional information. A narcotics investigator responded to assist, and officers obtained a search warrant for the house. Full story...
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FEMA keeps Brunswick Disaster Recovery Center, opens center in Wilmington

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FEMA's Disaster Recovery Center in Brunswick County will stay open a week longer. The center was supposed to close Saturday, but officials determined there was still a need to reach victim's of September's flooding. FEMA also announced it has opened a Disaster Recovery Center for New Hanover County. Full story...
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BREAKING FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: What's causing these booms?!?!

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video Phone calls have poured in from across the Cape Fear reporting loud booms strong enough to shake the earth Friday afternoon around 3:00pm and Saturday morning around 10:15am. So, what's causing these mysterious booms? No one is claiming them. Full story...
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Alzheimer's Walk this weekend

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The Alzheimer's Walk helps raise awareness and educates people about Alzheimer's. This weekend is not the only time you can help in the fight against the disease. Full story...
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