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Commissioners speaking out about soccer funds

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videoNew Hanover County commissioners are disagreeing over the decision to give a private soccer organization thousands of dollars. $150,000 will be given to the cape fear soccer association over the next three years. The money will help build seven soccer fields here at the park off Highway 421. Some people though, believe the money could be going to a more deserving cause. Full story...
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NC AG: MySpace finds 29,000 sex offenders on its Web site

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MySpace.com has found four times as many registered sex offenders on its social networking site than it cited two months ago. Full story...
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Lifeguards dedicate summer to training

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Lifeguarding may seem like the perfect job. What could beat getting paid to spend all day on the beach? But in reality, that's not the case. Lifeguards dedicate their entire summer to intense training. Full story...
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Democrats answer YouTube questions

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The race for the White House has moved squarely into the age of the internet. Real voters got to ask their own questions of the democratic presidential candidates at a debate Monday night through YouTube video submissions. Full story...
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Bus route will soon head to beach

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Cape Fear Public Transportation Authority, more commonly known as WAVE Transit, plans to expand its routes beginning in January. Full story...
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Class teaches teens dangers of driving

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videoThe Highway Patrol says summer is a notoriously dangerous season for teen drivers. So law enforcement is being proactive with a class that shows kids first hand just how dangerous the road can be. Full story...
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Oak Island murder case may point to county drug problem

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State budget cuts have closed substance abuse clinics one of them in Brunswick County. Residents say drugs are on the rise, and counselors say addicts have fewer places to get help. Full story...
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Charges filed in boating accident

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A Castle Hayne man is charged in last week's Figure Eight Island bridge accident. Alcohol was a factor. Full story...
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Teens confess to killing restaurant owner

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We now know what led authorities to arrest two teens for the murder of an Oak Island restaurant owner. According to the search warrant, the teens confessed to killing Phillip Cook. The search warrant lays out the details of what happened the night Phillip Cook was murdered. Full story...
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County to give $50,000 per year to soccer association

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The Cape Fear Soccer Association got a financial kick Monday. The County approved funding for $150,000 to go to the organization. That money will be distributed over three years. Full story...
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Council Members vying to keep seats

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The deadline has passed and the candidates are ready to go. A dozen candidates have filed to run for the Wilmington City Council. Some of them are already speaking out. Laura Padgett has been on Wilmington's City Council for 12 years and is running to keep her seat. Full story...
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Democratic hopefuls prepare for debate

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Not much campaigning today for the Democratic presidential candidates, who are preparing for a debate tonight at The Citadel in Charleston. Full story...
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Minimum wage to increase

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If you make minimum wage, you'll soon see more money in your paycheck. The first of three 70-cent increases in the federal minimum wage is takes effect Tuesday. The rate will go from $5.15 an hour to $5.85 an hour. Full story...
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Wilmington man dead after shooting, car crash

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Wilmington Police say someone shot the 29-year-old through the door of his car causing him to crash into a wall at 10th and Grace Streets around 4 a.m. Monday. Full story...
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WPD looking for armed suspects

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Two armed robberies early Sunday have Wilmington Police looking for suspects. The first happened a little after two. Full story...
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