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Girl Scouts add art to animal shelter

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Some local Girl Scouts added a little bit of art to the New Hanover County Animal Shelter this weekend. Full story...
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Farmers welcome rain, need more

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After weeks without any substantial rainfall this weekend finally provided some relief, especially for farmers. But the relief may only be temporary. Lewis Farms in New Hanover County received a good soaking. But the staff there says they still need more water. Full story...
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Water restriction affects New Hanover County residents

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A New Hanover County man waits for the water ban to be lifted while his grass withers. Full story...
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Shred it and Forget It

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About 300,000 North Carolinians are affected by Identity theft each year. NC Attorney General Roy Cooper sponsors an event to keep your identity away from crooks. Full story...
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Man steals university landscaping truck, flees police

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Police say a local man is very lucky to be alive tonight after a vehicle chase and crash. UNCW Police say 24-year-old Gary Henderson Jr. stole a landscaping truck from the university this morning. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach prepares coastal warning flags

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The Wrightsville Beach Coast Guard is prepared for hurricane season. To help get the message out, in the event of a storm, the coast guard has installed a flag warning system. Full story...
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Cape Fear Community College narrowing down presidential candidates

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This week, the campus community and local residents had the opportunity to meet four of the top educators in the country. All are vying for the title of Cape Fear Community College President. Full story...
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Boggess sentenced to life without parole

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Todd Boggess, 31, was found guilty of first-degree murder, kidnapping and armed robbery in the death of Danny Pence. Full story...
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Truck carrying military explosives overturns, kills two

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The Columbus County Coroner confirms that an early morning accident in Columbus County has claimed the lives of Robert and Barbara Jean Mason of Long Island, Virginia. The accident happened a little after Friday this morning. Full story...
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Some historic buildings in danger

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Wilmington's architecture is a unique and important part of the City's culture. But some of the buildings are in danger. Full story...
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New Hanover County issues watering ban

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Folks in the northern part of New Hanover County better hope for rain soon. The county declared a Stage 2 Water Shortage Mandatory Conservation water use restriction Thursday. The county says it issued the restriction because water demand has exceeded 90 percent of water production capacity for two consecutive days. Violators can be fined up to $1,500 and be charged with a misdemeanor. Full story...
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Meals on Wheels

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Meals on Wheels has been delivering hot meals to the elderly for years, but now volunteers are getting harder to come by. Full story...
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City meets with EPA over troubled sewer system

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City and county representatives traveled to Georgia to face the Environmental Protection Agency. The reason? The City's troubled sewer system. Full story...
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Police searching for shooter

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A shooting last night left one man injured and police searching for the triggerman. It happened in the 1200 block of Grace Street in Wilmington. The shooting happened at a time when young kids were outside playing and that has police very concerned. Investigators say 23-year-old Hakim Hanifait was shot twice by someone in a white SUV. One bullet hit Hanifait in the leg, the other in the back of his head. Full story...
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75 percent of North Carolina under drought

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More than three quarters of North Carolina is now under drought conditions, and several western counties are extremely dry. Full story...
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