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Local bars hit by burglaries, attempted break-ins

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Five local bars were the target of burglaries and attempted break-ins this week. Full story...
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Inmate overcrowding continues to be problem

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Too many inmates, not enough room. It's a growing problem throughout the area and New Hanover County officials are doing what they can to ease the overcrowding. Full story...
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Emergency leaders hold annual hurricane drill

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Hurricane season is here. State and City leaders and emergency personnel from around the Carolinas gathered Tuesday for their annual hurricane drill. Full story...
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DNA evidence links rape suspect to crime

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A New Hanover County jury saw DNA evidence in the Antonio McAllister trial that links the suspect to the crime. The DNA evidence presented today does link McAllister to the crime, but not directly. Antonio McAllister stands trial accused of beating and raping a 78-year-old Pender County woman in July of 2005. Full story...
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Brunswick County woman pleads guilty to killing friend

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And another Brunswick County murder case is over after a woman charged with killing her friend last fall entered a plea yesterday. Martha Farmer pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and first-degree kidnapping. Full story...

String of burglaries at local bars

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At least five bars were hit in New Hanover County early Monday morning. Sidebar on Front Street between Market and Dock was broken into around 5:15 AM. Full story...
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Burgaw residents speak out about a bigger town

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videoThe Pender County town of Burgaw is growing and a proposed annexation would make it even bigger, but some residents aren't happy about it. Full story...
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Kids' College at Cape Fear Community College

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A field trip to a rock quarry and growing bacteria in a science lab doesn't sound like typical summer school. But that's what this week's Cape Fear Community College's Kids' College is all about. Full story...
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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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