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Are working mothers responsible for overweight kids?

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It's not new news that kids in this country are getting fatter. There's an interesting new theory about why it's happening. Could working mothers be responsible for kids gaining too much weight? Full story...
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Pender Memorial Hospital going smoke free

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Effective November 15, all tobacco products will be banned from the hospital campus. Full story...
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Bush's immigration reform proposal drawing fire

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President Bush has unveiled a new immigration reform proposal and it's already drawing fire. Full story...
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Are hybrid cars as environmentally friendly as we think?

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When it comes to saving money on gas, they seem like a good option. But are hybrid cars really as environmentally friendly as we think? When it comes to going green, consumers are increasingly turning to alternative cars. Full story...
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Americans confused over cancer causes

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It seems like every day there's a new study linking a type of food, household product or chemical to an increased risk of cancer. A new survey of more than 6,000 people finds Americans feel helpless in the wake of the mixed messages about cancer. Full story...
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Fifth district superior court judge sworn in

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History was made Thursday night at Wilmington's historic courthouse. Phyllis Gorham was sworn in as a superior court judge for the fifth judicial district. That includes New Hanover and Pender Counties. Full story...
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US 17 closed near Shallotte after deadly accident

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One woman is dead after an early morning accident in Brunswick County. The crash shut down the northbound lanes of Highway 17 for more than four hours. The road is back open now, but that doesn't mean the problems are over. Highway Patrol says the driver of the car was trying to cross over 17 South from Main Street in Shallotte. Full story...
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Wilmington Police and New Hanover Regional team up for mock hostage drill

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New Hanover Regional Medical Center Special Police and Wilmington PD team up in a mock hostage drill. Full story...
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Wilmington drops proposed property tax increase

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The Wilmington City Council has made some major changes were made to the proposed budget. Full story...
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New Hanover County loosens building permit freeze

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Some big time retailers are back in business along Wilmington's northeast interceptor. New Hanover County commissioners have loosened the building permit freeze and have agreed to issue up-fit permits. Those up-fit permits were holding a number of retailers up, such as the Pottery Barn planned for Mayfaire Shopping Center. Full story...
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Law enforcement groups to hold safety expo

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This weekend agencies from all around the state will give you the chance to see just what they do. Full story...
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Elementary students send letters to soldier in Iraq

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Some Brunswick County students sent letters overseas to a soldier fighting in Iraq. Now, he's back home and meeting his young pen pals face to face for the first time. Full story...
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Hackney calls on ethics panel to look into Wright case

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House Speaker Joe Hackney is calling on a legislative ethics panel to decide whether Rep. Thomas Wright broke ethics rules. Hackney made the request Wednesday evening, hours after he stopped short of calling on Wright to resign. Full story...
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New Hanover County recycling not easy for some

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In these days of eco-friendly behavior it seems our area may be behind the times. When it comes to recycling New Hanover County may not be making it as easy as they could. If you're a homeowner in the City of Wilmington, chances are you get your recyclables hauled away every week. But people who don't live in a stand-alone house, or those who live outside the city limits, are on their own. Full story...
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Cape Fear Literacy Council works to end adult illiteracy in our area

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Reading is a skill you may take for granted, but there are people in our area who don't know how. A local literacy organization is dedicated to teaching those who can't read. Full story...
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