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Southport Police offering reward for arson information

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The Southport Police Department is offering a $1,000 reward, for information in a string of arsons. Full story...
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More Pender County parents to get Computer Cop software

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More Pender County parents will soon get computer software that can help protect their kids from online predators. Full story...
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New Hanover County District Court Judge to be replaced

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Effective Thursday Judge John Carroll will be replaced by Judge J.H. Corpening. The news came as a shock to Carroll, who says he's proud of his accomplishments as chief judge over the past six years. Full story...
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Shallotte family leaves mark on town

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videoThis week we've been taking an inside look at Shallotte, a Brunswick County town. The Milliken family is one family that has been in Shallotte since the town was established. Full story...
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CFCC students make bio-fuel

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If you're tired of paying at the pump, Cape Fear Community College may have come up with a way to cut some of the costs and help the environment at the same time. Made right in the college's labs by faculty and students, the bio-fuel burns cleaner than diesel. Full story...
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Neighborhood feud gets ugly

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videoIt's a neighborhood feud going on right here in Wilmington and it's gotten pretty ugly. Neighbors are calling police on one another, videotaping each other's every move, even harassing their neighbor's pets. Full story...
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Pender County processes 1,000 traffic violations in one hour

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videoPender County court administrators had a record-breaking day Wednesday. It took prosecutors just one hour to handle more than 1,000 minor traffic violation cases. Many of the cases involved infractions like speeding, driving without a license or not having a registration. Full story...
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Cape Fear Hospital celebrates 50th anniversary

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Half a century ago Cape Fear Memorial Hospital opened its doors to provide health care to residents in our area. Since then, it has grown to become one of the top orthopedic hospitals in the country. Full story...
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Woman accused of shooting boyfriend appears in court

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The New Hanover County woman accused of killing her boyfriend had her first day in court Wednesday. Full story...
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Man sentenced six months probation in "mile high" case

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Remember the "mile high" case? Sentencing happened Wednesday. In May Carl Persing was found guilty of interfering with a flight attendant by intimidation. Full story...
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UNCW student robbed at ATM machine

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A UNC-Wilmington student says she was robbed while using an ATM outside the Warwick Center between 6:30 and seven Tuesday night. Full story...
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State issues ozone alert

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The state Air Quality Division is urging North Carolina residents to be careful not only because of the high heat expected today but because of high ozone levels. Full story...
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City Council approves parking ordinance

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A neighborhood next to UNCW has been fighting a parking problem for years. Tuesday, Wilmington City Council approved an ordinance that may be the solution. Full story...
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Detectives investigating two animal cruelty cases

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Columbus County detectives are investigating two cases of animal cruelty, both of which happened on the same day, within miles of each other. One of the dogs was shot in the eye with a BB gun, the other stabbed to death. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride: Discovering Shallotte

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videoShallotte is the first local town we are showcasing in our series, "Cape Fear Pride." The Brunswick County town has a population of roughly 1,800 people. Full story...
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