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Novices, veterans compete in surf competition

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videoFrom novices to seasoned veterans, more than 100 female surfers took to the waves this weekend to compete in the east coast Wahine surfing competition. Full story...
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Film crews hoping to see local show picked up

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Local film crews are hoping a new TV show will be picked up by a major network. Crews were filming for the television show "Whittaker Bay" Sunday afternoon in Carolina Beach. Full story...
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Kohls, hospital hold Back to School Safety Extravaganza

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For many younger students, school starts in just a few days as well. That's why so many parents are making sure their children are prepared and safe. New Hanover Regional Medical Center and Kohls Department stores presented a "Back to School Safety Extravaganza" Saturday. Full story...
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Adult novelty business takes down signs

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A local business that's been causing controversy is still up and running, but with an important change. Last week some parents complained about guilty pleasures opening so close to the daycare their children attend on 23rd Street. Full story...
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Murder victim's sister speaks

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We're learning more about the man murdered early Friday in New Hanover County. Investigators say no arrests have been made in the murder of 22-year-old Geoffrey Graham. His sister has a message for his killer. Full story...
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Pender County child put on waiting list for pre-K

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videoThe beginning of the school year is just around the corner one Pender County child may not get the chance to go. Four-year-old Abbey Flewwellin qualifies to go to pre-K this year in Pender County, but limited enrollment has landed her on a waiting list. Full story...
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College students check out possible roommates online

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videoAs colleges and universities are gearing up for the start of the school year, many incoming freshman are preparing to live with complete strangers. They're armed with more knowledge than ever before. Full story...
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UNCW receives national recognition

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UNCW is receiving national recognition. US News and World Report ranked the school in the top ten public master's universities in the south. Full story...
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Renamed health clinic still facing problems

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videoA Wilmington health clinic plagued by problems has a new name. But the problems have not gone away. Full story...
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Motorcyclists ride for charity

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Earlier this week we brought you the story of a group of motorcyclists traveling 500 miles to make a difference. Friday night the group is in Rocky Mount. They'll ride the final 90 miles to New Bern Saturday. Full story...
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Adult novelty store violates zoning ordinances

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videoA local adult novelty store may be forced to shut down just days after opening. Friday zoning inspectors found Guilty Pleasures off 23rd Street in Wilmington in violation of City ordinances. A City spokesperson says Guilty Pleasures originally submitted a zoning plan to be a warehouse-only establishment. Full story...
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Parents want adult warehouse shut down

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videoA Wilmington adult warehouse is open for business. Just four days after it's opened its doors, some folks want it shut down. Full story...
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Authorities investigating deadly Ogden shooting

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New Hanover County deputies are investigating the death of a man found shot in his home late Thursday night. Deputies say someone broke into a house in the 2500 block of Bradfield Court near Gordon Road and shot 23-year-old Geoffrey Graham with a shotgun. Full story...
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Local war opponents present check to congressman

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videoA group of opponents of the war in Iraq, including some members of the political action group MoveOn.org, expressed their concerns Thursday. Full story...
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State suing Oak Island mayor

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videoThe state of North Carolina is suing a local mayor for hundreds of thousands of dollars. But is he responsible? Oak Island Mayor John Vereen is being sued by the Department of Transportation for an alleged crime committed by one of his former employees. The Department of Transportation says Vereen should reimburse the state more than $380,000. Full story...
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