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Wrightsville Beach fire leaves many homeless

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videoA fire at a Wrightsville Beach apartment house has left a number of people homeless. Investigators say a pot of cigarette butts ignited on the third floor deck. The fire quickly spread to the vinyl siding of the house. Full story...
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Local chef earns rave reviews, awards

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videoKeith Rhodes is a very busy man, and it can be a challenge to catch him. We went behind the scenes in downtown Wilmington to find out why he earns rave reviews, awards and loyalty. Chef and owner of Catch Keith Rhodes has so much on his plate, he practically meets himself coming and going. Full story...
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Autistic kids get chance to surf

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videoSome 160 families showed up at Wrightsville Beach Thursday morning so kids with autism could learn how to catch a wave. Full story...
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Teen arrested for firing shots into vehicle

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Our rash of gun violence continues. A teenager is under arrest after firing shots into an occupied vehicle in Wilmington. Full story...
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Teen who married teacher loses lawsuit seeking toys from parents

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A 16-year-old girl who married her 40-year-old former teacher can't get her toys back from her parents. A judge says Windy Wuchae cannot force her parents to return her Beanie Baby collection, PlayStation and other items. Full story...
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Wave Transit reconfigures hoping to boost low ridership

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The Wave Transit system is reconfiguring some of its routes adding stops along its Brunswick and Columbus County lines. Managers are hoping the move will boost some woeful ridership numbers. Full story...
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K9 officer joins New Hanover County Sheriff's Office

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videoA new officer joins the force of the New Hanover County sheriff's office and he could take a bite out of crime. The new canine's job is to sniff out drugs in schools. Full story...
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Working mom takes care of kids, business at home

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videoMore and more people are working from home. One local mom is doing it all. Elizabeth Dibiasi is a mom, a wife, and works for a financial advisory firm – and she can get her work done from her couch. Full story...
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Leland man upset with pool company

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videoA Leland man is upset with a local pool company. Don Ruttan paid Tarheel Pools and Spas thousands of dollars to install his pool last year. Now, he's having problems, and says he can't get the company to do anything about it. Full story...
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Tropical Storm Erin threatens Texas

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Tropical Storm Erin is threatening to touch down Thursday in Texas and has caused the National Hurricane Center to issue a tropical storm warning for most of the Texas gulf coast. Full story...
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Man's yard to be tested for pollution

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videoNeighbors of a Winnabow man will soon know if the debris in his yard is polluting their water. Brunswick County attorney's sued the man a couple of months ago, claiming his backyard was a landfill. The attorney's biggest concern is neighbors' water wells could be polluted with toxins from debris that's been sitting in Phillip Rivers's yard for years. Full story...
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Brunswick County deputies testify before federal grand jury

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For the third month in a row, deputies from Brunswick County are testifying before a federal grand jury. Full story...
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Locals ride motorcycles for charity

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Locals are participating in a charity motorcycle ride from Boone to New Bern to raise money to help abused children. Full story...
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Senior Softball League takes field

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We've all heard of little league, but how about senior league? Teams from Wilmington's Senior Softball League took to the diamond at Empie Park Wednesday. Full story...
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Mattel promises safety after second recall

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After a second massive recall of its toys the Mattel company is promising to improve safety standards. Mattel says the suspect toys are a small percentage of their output -- and that most of them are no longer on store shelves. They could still be in the hands of your children. Full story...
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