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Archive - Jul 31, 2011

ONLY ON 3: Abused man speaks out

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video A Brunswick County man who claims he was abused is speaking out on behalf of all men who fall prey to domestic violence. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Missing kayakers located

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New Hanover County Dispatch has confirmed that the two kayakers who were missing near Fort Fisher have been located. Full story...
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Anti-violence rally hopes to promote peace and positivity

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video A recent rise in violence around our area motivated a local organization to try and "Stop the Violence." The "Nothing Other than the Truth” Foundation rallied together Saturday to try and change negative attitudes and mindsets. Full story...
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STORMTRACK 3: High temperatures blaze through records

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Wilmington hit 101 degrees Saturday, breaking the old record for the day and making 2011 one of the hottest years on record. Full story...
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New hospital opens in Brunswick County

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video Sunday morning was the opening of the new Brunswick Novant Medical Center off of Highway 17 at 7 a.m. 24 patients began being transported from the old Brunswick Community Hospital to the new state of the art facility. Full story...
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Wilmington Sharks conclude home regular season schedule tonight

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Sunday night at the the Shark Tank will be "Fan Appreciation Night"... It's also the final home regular season game of the 2011 Coastal Plain League season. Sunday's game will start at 7pm at Buck Hardee Field. Hopefully the Sharks will get to host a playoff game on Thursday. Full story...
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