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Carbon monoxide hospitalizes couple

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An update tonight in the investigation in to how and why a Wilmington couple was hospitalized yesterday. Full story...
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N.C. Spot Festival taking over Hampstead

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videoThe annual North Carolina Spot Festival is taking over Hampstead. The festival is best known for its fish, but its arts and crafts are becoming more popular. Full story...
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Body paint banned at local high schools

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High school football fans may be a bit less colorful this season... Body paint is no longer allowed at sporting events. Full story...
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Conflict resolution added to elementary curriculum

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videoMost of the time schools focus on teaching students reading, writing and arithmetic, but soon a different skill set may be added to the curriculum. Full story...
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12 playpen models recalled

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Almost 425,000 "Play Yard" brand playpens have been recalled. The recall affects 12 models which have raised changing tables with restraint straps. Full story...
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Oleander gas leak ties up traffic, causes evacuation

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A gas leak on oleander drive tied up traffic and forced an evacuation Friday morning. Full story...
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70-acre fire still causing problems

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Fire officials say that most of the flames are gone but the smoke won't dissipate anytime soon. The state's Division of Forest Resources says the rain showers over the past few days have done nothing to reduce the smoke, and they can't tell how long it will linger. Full story...
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Wilmington couple hospitalized, investigators say cause unknown

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Two people were taken to the hospital after New Hanover County deputies found one unresponsive and the other disoriented in their Wilmington home. Full story...
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New Hanover County awards "teacher of the year"

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One teacher's passion for her work has earned her the respect of her students and one of the county's highest honors for educators. Suzanne Micallef's unique style has made her popular among students and colleagues. Full story...
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Columbus County rescue squads fail to respond

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videoIf you have a medical emergency in Columbus County, it could be a while before an ambulance responds to your 911 call -- if it gets there at all. Columbus County officials have documented dozens of cases where rescue squads from all over the county never responded to emergency calls. Pages and pages of 911 medical emergency calls in Columbus County -- some dating back to 2006 -- that local rescue squads never responded to. Full story...
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Mayoral candidates visit UNCW

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A campaign election class hosted the event and invited faculty and staff to get to know Mayor Bill Saffo, Justin LaNasa and Harper Peterson, all running for Wilmington's mayor. Full story...
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NAACP criticizes local school segregation

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videoThey say New Hanover County's school system is still segregated. The NAACP has harsh criticisms over diversity in the county's three magnet schools. Full story...
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Woman saves seven horses

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videoMost of us could never imagine neglecting our animals... But animal cruelty is something that goes on all around us. Full story...
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Progress made in revitalizing Carolina Beach

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The town hosted a group work session, inviting people to come in and help design the future face of Carolina Beach. Full story...
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Police: ECU student killed in self defense

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Police know who killed the ECU student over the weekend during a fight in Carleton Place town homes. The New Hanover County District Attorney's Office won't file charges in the death of an East Carolina student because the fatal punch was in self-defense. Twenty-year-old Sam Flinn was found dead in the driveway of a town home in Carleton Place Sunday morning. Full story...
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