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Burr visits the Port City, talks ISIS and race for US Senate

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videoSenator Richard Burr severed as the keynote speaker at the Fedcon Summit this morning. During his visit to the Port City we caught up with him on several topics including the threat of ISIS, and the race for U.S. Senate. Full story...
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Police find shell casings at scene of two shootings overnight

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Police are investigating after they say ShotSpotter led them to two different places in Wilmington where shell casings were found early this morning. Full story...
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Run for your life at the first-ever Poplar Grove Zombie Fun Run

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videoIf you think you could survive a zombie apocalypse, Poplar Grove Plantation is the place to be this weekend. The plantation trails will be crawling with the walking dead for the first-ever Zombie Fun Run & Walk Saturday night. Full story...
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Community rallies around boy with brain tumor

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videoA little boy with an inoperable brain tumor is standing tall with a community behind him. 6-year-old Lathyn Elmer was the subject of a fundraiser in Leland Wednesday. Full story...
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UNCW volleyball team wins; soccer falls short

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videoNationally ranked UNCW lost in men's soccer on Wednesday night in Wilmington to Elon. The UNCW volleyball did not have any issues on Wednesday though. The Seahawk volleyball squad knocked off the defending CAA champs with a sweep at Hanover Hall. Plus more! Full story...
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Northeast New Hanover County rabies cases rise

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The New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Unit along with the New Hanover County Health Department have identified and investigated five cases of animals with rabies since August 2014. Full story...
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: The Tight-Knit Group of Gals

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videoBurrito Babies for children in the hospital, scarves for Veterans at the VA, Activity Aprons for folks with dementia....the list of things this group makes goes on and on and on. This week we focus on just one of their projects: Mats for the Homeless. Our Extraordinary Person/People of the Week is the 'Tight-Knit Group of Gals'. Full story...
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Team of the Week - Laney Buccaneers

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videoThe football squad at Laney High is this week's WWAY Farm Bureau Insurance at Mayfaire Team of the Week recipient. Laney is currently 3-0 in league play in the Mideastern Conference with recent victories over West Brunswick, South Brunswick and Topsail. Full story...
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N. Topsail officials meet to discuss 'super sized' sandbag revetment

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video North Topsail town officials held a special meeting to discuss a project that could help with beach erosion on the north end of the town. Full story...
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UNCW exhibit displays 50 years of local surfing

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video UNCW is marking the 50-year milestone of the surfing culture here in southeastern North Carolina. From small town surfers to national champions, they all have ties to this area. Full story...
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Police: Museum tooth thief arrested

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videoThe woman accused of stealing a rare tooth from a megalodon -- a giant, prehistoric shark -- was arrested Tuesday after trying to stash the stolen tooth in a bush near the exhibit. Full story...
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Council approves new Freeman Park fees, speed limit changes

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videoAnyone visiting Carolina Beach's Freeman Park next year will have to pay more to access the beach. Full story...
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NEW DETAILS: NCIS involved in Surf City investigation

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videoOfficials with the Surf City Police Department said they have now passed the investigation into a suspicious device found in a home to the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Full story...
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Appeals court rejects Camp Lejeune contaminated water lawsuit

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A federal appeals court has dealt the victims of contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune a setback, ruling that a state law passed this year cannot retroactively validate their health claims against the US government. Full story...
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