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New Trolley Route

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It's been about 3 months since the free trolley in Downtown Wilmington changed its route to better serve workers in the north end of downtown. Businesses like PPD have brought in almost 3,000 people. Full story...
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Elderly couple continues to mourn loss of possessions

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It's been more than a month since a fire destroyed Evelyn and Kenneth Mills' apartment. The flames scorched dozens of priceless possessions that the Mills' later learned were being picked up by former neighbors. Full story...
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Autism cause hard to pinpoint

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As many as one in every 166 children in this country is diagnosed with autism, but medical researchers still know little about its cause. As the number of autism cases continues to rise, doctors still don't know why. Full story...
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Couple loses apartment to fire, belongings to neighbors

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Imagine your home going up in flames. Now think about your neighbors digging through your scorched belongings. That's what one local couple is dealing with. Full story...
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36 people and organizations associated with Sheriff Hewett under investigation

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We're learning more about what kind of information the US Attorney is looking for against the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office. Monday the county attorney's office released a copy of the subpoena. Thirty-six people and organizations associated with Sheriff Ron Hewett and the department are being investigated. Full story...
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Segway store opens in downtown Wilmington

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videoYou may have seen police officers patrolling the streets on Segways in downtown Wilmington. But you may start seeing more than just police riding the transporters soon. Full story...
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White party raises money for HIV, AIDS

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If you were in downtown Wilmington Sunday night you may have seen a lot of people wearing white. If so, chances are, they were going to the second annual Coastal White Party. Full story...
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Brunswick County holds terrorism drill

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videoIf we had a terrorist attack here, would our emergency officials know how to respond? That's why a terrorism drill took place Sunday in Brunswick County. It's something many of us would rather not think about, but in this day in age it's a reality: terrorists targeting a nuclear power plant. Now emergency response officers are coming together to see how they would handle that situation. Full story...
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In close quarters, House Democratic leaders try to isolate Wright

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Representative Thomas Wright and Speaker Joe Hackney sit about 15 feet apart on the House floor. But Hackney is trying to make it feel like miles for the veteran New Hanover County legislator who's under investigation. Full story...
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Cape Fear Roller Girls bring elegant violence to the sport

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videoSugar and spice, but not everything's nice. The Cape Fear Roller Girls scrimmage every Thursday here in Wilmington. So lace up the skates, strap on your pads and fasten your helmets. You're about to skate your way from pink to black and blue with the Cape Fear Roller Girls. Full story...
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Global Warming Conference at UNCW

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A Conference at UNCW was aimed at informing the public about global warming. Researchers say as the temperatures rise, so do the chances of hurricanes. Full story...
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NC beach named America's best

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For the first time, a North Carolina beach has taken the number one spot on America's Best Beaches List. Full story...
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Men and Breast Cancer

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videoHarold Southerland's life changed dramatically in the last couple years. He was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 56. He hopes sharing his experience will help others. Full story...
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Staying safe in summer heat

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videoUnseasonably hot with more heat on the way. People doing everything from running to lounging in the shade and they had one goal in common: beating the heat. Tips to remember when temperatures rise are to keep yourself hydrated, stay in the shade, and wear sunscreen. Full story...
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UNCW ups security for summer

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The UNCW Police Department is beefing up security. Additional surveillance will help keep students and their belongings safe. School's out for summer and area law enforcement officials say crime usually rises this time of year. Full story...
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