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Wilmington hosts Crime Fest 2007

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If you love reading a good mystery novel Crime Fest 2007 is right up your alley. It starts Thursday at six p.m. Full story...
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Easley urges federal panel to seek grants for drought-hit farms

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videoGov. Mike Easley is making a personal appeal to Congress to send money to drought-ravaged farms in North Carolina. Full story...
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Gang forum draws hundreds

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A growing gang presence in Wilmington has community leaders asking parents to be aware of what their children are doing. Wednesday night hundreds of people of all ages came out to a forum to learn about gangs and how to fight them. Full story...
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Proposal would put more law enforcement in schools

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Wilmington Police officers and New Hanover County Sheriff's deputies may join forces to patrol local schools. Full story...
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New law will require bar, restaurant owners to recycle

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Beginning in January a new state law will require bar and restaurant owners to recycle glass and aluminum alcohol containers. Full story...
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Church, WPD hold gang forum

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Are you concerned your son or daughter may be in a gang? Do you even know how to tell? A local church wants to make sure everyone in the community is up to speed. With all the attention on gang violence here lately, some members of the community feel we aren't as informed as we should be. The Union Missionary Baptist Church in Wilmington is trying to teach parents and teens more about gangs in a forum Wednesday night. Full story...
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TroubleShooters: Car wash gone wrong

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videoMarshall Mansolillo went to Buff Masters car wash at the corner of Wrightsville Avenue and College Road in Wilmington. But while his car was being washed it was rear-ended by the unattended car on the conveyor belt behind it. Full story...
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Proposed bus system could reduce drunken driving

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The shuttle system is designed to get drunken drivers off the road. Wednesday the man behind the plan got a chance to tell downtown bar owners about his idea. Full story...
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Promotion company considers suing Lil Wayne

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After disappointing hundreds of fans at New Hanover High Sunday, gangster rapper Lil Wayne may be developing a reputation. Full story...
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Times are tough for home sales

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videoThe National Association of Realtors confirmed today what many people trying to sell their homes already know all too well: times are tough. Full story...
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UNCW celebrates Halloween early

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Halloween is a week away, but folks are celebrating early at UNCW tonight. The carnival just started. It's sponsored by the Center for Leadership and Education Services. Full story...
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Big day for special needs students

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It was a big day for some New Hanover County special needs students. The Special Olympics put on the fifth annual Day in the Park at Legion Stadium. Young athletes had the chance to play tennis, bocce ball and soccer. Full story...
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Local artist overcomes disability to deliver 'gift from God'

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videoEven if you don't know his name or his face, the art of Ivey Hayes is well-known around our area. But perhaps even more impressive than his paintings are the disability he's overcome to make them and the attitude that fuels his talent. Full story...
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Lil' Wayne no-show a trend?

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New details are emerging tonight over the Lil' Wayne concert fiasco. He was scheduled to perform at New Hanover High School last weekend, but Lil Wanye, never showed up. Full story...
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Author John Updike comes to UNCW

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videoA two-time Pulitzer Prize winning author is making a once in a lifetime appearance at UNCW Tuesday. Full story...
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