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Drugs use among teenagers is a problem nationwide and it's no different in our area. In today's Cape Fear 2020 report we take a look at the use of drugs among teens now -- and what you should be aware of in the future. Full story...
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More than 60 cities in the country apply every year and only 12 are selected. This year Wilmington was one of the very elite 12 honored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of the country's Dozen Distinctive Destinations. Full story...
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Hollywood writers are going back to work. The Writers Guild of America says its members have voted to end the three-month strike that brought the entertainment industry to a standstill. Full story...
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A former New Hanover High School student who dropped out says it was a difficult decision, but one he says was right for him at the time. Full story...
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Our roads and bridges are the part of our infrastructure that keeps us moving. But will the infrastructure we have now keep us moving into the year 2020? Full story...
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Valentine's Day is right around the corner and for one local couple, love is definitely in the air. Full story...
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Last week we traveled to Myrtle Beach to see how that area has dealt with the kind of regional development we're seeing here along the Cape Fear coast now. We head back to the grand strand for another comparison. As our area continues to grow, what is the personal impact? Full story...
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Angry crowds packed the Northwest city council meeting. They held signs and told council members exactly what they thought about a proposed landfill in Brunswick County. Full story...
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As we continue our look ahead to the year 2020, with more people in our area there will certainly be more cars on our roads. But what kind of cars will they be? Full story...
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Anyone can see Fred Johnson lives his life in another era. He spends his time studying and reliving the Civil War and the contribution African-Americans made while serving. Full story...
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In Bladen County last year about 1,700 students started the year off in the county's two high schools. By the end of the year 148 of them dropped out. Now school officials are working to lower that number. Full story...
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Ask state employees, and they'll tell you one of the most popular reasons to work for the government is a well-funded retirement package that includes health care. But the state retirement package has not been fully funded. And that could mean higher expenses for state retirees. Full story...
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