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After being left with massive amounts of trash on the beach last July Fourth holiday Wrightsville Beach is cracking down on litterbugs. Wrightsville Beach resident Drew Peterson said, "Last year was a mess all over the beach but that's what you get when you get a hundred thousand tourists in a small area." Full story...
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Once you've got what you need to plan the perfect Fourth of July barbeque you need to think about proper food preparation to avoid food poisoning on the fourth. Now that you've stocked up on all of your Fourth of July necessities, it's time to get your cook-out rolling. But there are a couple safety tips you should keep in mind before grilling outside. Full story...
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Holiday travel is in full swing. If you are planning on heading out for the fourth of July, you may not know the health risks you are taking. Full story...
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A new invention could have you kissing the gym goodbye and taking to the streets instead. Spinning and stationary bikes have nothing on the Terra Fulcrum. Full story...
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There's a new woman at the helm of UNCW athletics. Kelly Landry-Mehrtens comes from the University of Kansas where she was an associate AD for about four years. Full story...
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Columbus County commissioners just made some big financial decisions. One determines whether schools will lose thousands of dollars in funding next year. County Manager Jim Varner says it was a tough decision but commissioners decided not to make budget cuts from area schools. Full story...
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A major intersection on Market Street is frustrating many drivers. About 50,000 cars travel on Market Street each day. This is well over its intended capacity. Full story...
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As more vacationers and locals head to the beach to start their Fourth of July festivities a local firehouse is calling on their volunteers for help. But do they have enough man power to keep us all safe? Full story...
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Recent British terror attacks have sparked tighter security measures at US airports. The Department of Homeland security says an increase in the domestic threat level is not necessary. Full story...
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It is tearful reunion for family members this weekend as thousands of marines return home. Full story...
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An update on how sewer repairs are progressing in Wilmington: after diverting sewage through a network of temporary piping, crews have lined a 450-foot stretch of old pipe in the Bradley Creek area with a special material to help remedy previously leaky lines. Full story...
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