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If you're the oldest sibling living in your house there's new information that pertains to you. You might really be smarter than your brothers and sisters. New research has some surprising answers for those who are the oldest sibling in the house. Full story...
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The Cape Fear region boasts a wealth of history. Local students are experiencing a hands-on approach to discovering our cultural heritage in a week-long program sponsored by the Lower Cape Fear Historical Society. Full story...
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Not everyone is happy about the Cape Fear Skyway proposed highrise bridge. The project would connect New Hanover and Brunswick Counties. Full story...
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Yesterday we told you that a new study shows more and more people are being dropped by their insurance companies. We wanted to know if this is affecting residents of our hurricane-prone area. Full story...
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A South Brunswick High School coach married one of his young athletes. Local residents and administrators are speaking out. Days after marrying her coach, 40-year-old Brent Wuchae, 16-year-old Windy Hager didn't have much to say about the issue. Full story...
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Today is the day Brunswick County Sheriff Ron Hewett was scheduled to testify before a federal grand jury in Raleigh, but the sheriff isn't there. Sheriff Hewett will not say why he isn't there -- only that he'll be working in Brunswick County the rest of the week. Hewett along with a number of other employees from the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office were issued subpoenas June 7. Full story...
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Tuesday night Wilmington City Council approved the budget for next year. Wilmington residents will pay about half a cent more in taxes to cover City costs. And they'll also pay a bit more to park in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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The mother of a Brunswick County 16-year-old who married her High School Coach is speaking out. Full story...
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Spirit Drum and Bugle Corps from Jacksonville State University performs at North Brunswick High School. Full story...
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One of the TV series considering calling Wilmington home is Lifetime's 'Army Wives.' The series may leave South Carolina, because filming perks are better here. Full story...
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It'll be a high publicity night downtown for one local bar, but will that be a good thing for Wilmington's image? At "Olive or Twist" nightclub downtown it's going to get pretty wild tonight. The crew from Girls Gone Wild will be rolling its cameras hoping to get some footage of wild co-eds. Full story...
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