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Congressional hopeful announces candidacy

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videoThursday Republican Will Breazeale announced his candidacy for Congress. He's the first republican to enter the race and challenge Democratic incumbent Mike McIntyre. Will Breazeale knows how to get around. The commercial airline pilot and Iraq war veteran flew to every county in the seventh district Thursday to announce his candidacy for congress. Full story...
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Parents concerned about children's bus stop safety

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videoParents have some serious safety concerns over what goes on at one local school bus stop. They say since school started the bus has been at least 15 minutes late every day, leaving their children standing on the corner. They say their kids have been approached by drug dealers and people looking for sex. Full story...
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Plan to turn Blockade Runner into condos falls through

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videoA landmark hotel at Wrightsville Beach was supposed to be turned into condo's, but now plans have changed. The owner of the Blockade Runner says he's not surprised the sale fell through. In February the property was sold to two local men who wanted to transform the hotel rooms into condominiums. Full story...
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Do you know your driver's handbook?

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videoDriving is second nature for so many of us, but when it comes to the rules of the road, are you up to speed? A viewer contacted WWAY after looking over a North Carolina driver's handbook. He was surprised to learn how many rules have changed since getting his first license more than 40 years ago. Full story...
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Sport catching on locally after 12-year ban

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videoIt is among the fastest growing spectator sports in America. After being banned for the past 12 years mixed martial arts events are now allowed in North Carolina and they are catching on locally. Full story...
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Area eyes possible storm

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We're all watching that storm waiting to see what it will do. No need to panic, but it is a good opportunity to make sure you're ready. Many local residents said they're not worried about the storm yet. But many said they are watching it closely to see if it will make landfall and if it does, how strong it will be. Most said they will take precautions only if they know the storm will hit our area. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride: Sunset Beach Bridge

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videoThe Sunset Beach swing bridge is actually a barge with a house and roadway built on top. It's only one lane. A traffic light at each end signals drivers, coming and going, when it's their turn to travel from the mainland to the island. Full story...
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WFD Chief Hill stepping down

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There's a major change coming at the top of the Wilmington fire department. Chief Sam Hill is stepping down next March. It will likely mean significant changes, changes that some say are long overdue. Full story...
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Family looking for closure one year after murder

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Exactly one year ago Carla Bussard's body was found behind an abandoned restaurant in Brunswick County. Wednesday her family is still looking for closure. Carla Bussard's mother and aunt drove up from Alabama Tuesday look for answers about what happened the night Carla was murdered. Full story...

Habitat, ministry rebuild home

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An outpouring of community support is giving a Whiteville couple the chance to start over. Several local organizations have vowed to work round the clock until a decaying house is just like new. Full story...
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Association donates school supplies

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Some New Hanover County students will soon get some new supplies for school. That's thanks to the New Hanover County Foster Parent Association. Full story...
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Brunswick County School Board facing new lawsuit

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The Brunswick County School Board is facing a lawsuit from another set of parents concerned about an educator's behavior. Full story...
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Mattel issues another toy recall

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Parents are once again casting a wary eye on their kids' toy boxes tonight. The Mattel Company has ordered another major recall of toys made in China. Full story...
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City Council votes on speed limit change, drainage

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Wilmington City Council made some important decisions Tuesday night. Council members voted to reduce the speed limit in certain areas of town from 35 to 25 miles per hour. Full story...
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Jury Reaches Verdict in Ramel Troy Murder Trial

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The trial of a man accused of killing a Columbus County teen wrapped up Wednesday. Full story...
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