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New Hanover County News

Students at MGMS investigate CSI style

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videoSome Myrtle Grove Middle School students took a page out of CSI Tuesday. When you're investigating a crime scene you never know what you might dig up. Full story...
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Marina trying to keep its head above water

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A New Hanover County Marina is trying to stay afloat after filing for bankruptcy. The Watermark Marina met with a bankruptcy administrator to show its plans for reorganization in an effort to keep its doors open. Full story...
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Wilmington Mayor, Police Chief to answer your questions

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Got a question about crime in your neighborhood? Or wonder where your city taxes are being spent? Wilmington Police Chief Ralph Evangelous and Mayor Bill Saffo will be answering viewer questions live on the air this week. Full story...
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Two road closings in Wilmington Tuesday night

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If you will be driving in Wilmington Tuesday night, you should be aware of two road closings. Full story...
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PPD to become part of NASDAQ 100

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Wilmington-based PPD will soon be part of the NASDAQ 100 index, effective next Monday. CEO Fred Eshelman called it a "defining moment" in PPD's growth. Full story...
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Police looking for a wanted man

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Police need your help tracking down a wanted man. Jesse Bennett is wanted for violating his probation and multiple break-ins. Full story...
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Downtown development making good progress

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videoThere's a lot of change happening on downtown Wilmington's north side, including the multi-million dollar convention center. City officials say the project is on target to meet its 2010 completion date, but it won't be the only new addition to Wilmington's north side. Full story...
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Christian Academy students making the holidays brighter for a local family

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It is better to give than to receive, that is the lesson some area elementary school students are learning. Full story...
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18th century style holiday at the Burgwin-Wright House

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Wilmington residents went back in time for a taste of Christmas. The Burgwin-Wright House opened its doors Sunday to the public for an 18th century style holiday. Full story...
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Fewer Pet Adoptions

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videoThe weak economy is not only affecting people, it's hurting animals too. Shelters are packed because few people are able to adopt. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach School Break In

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Wrightsville Beach detectives are investigating vandalism at a local school. Full story...
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Swimming Scuba Santa

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Santa was swimming in the giant tank with all the sharks and fish at the Ft. Fisher Aquarium. Full story...
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Charities Suffering this Holiday Season

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video'Tis the season for charitable donations. But the Salvation Army and area churches say it's been the slowest season in more than a decade. Full story...
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Wilmington Railroad Museum home to Christmas readings

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Mom and dad had a little break from bed time stories this evening. They brought their kids to the Wilmington Railroad Museum for a special Christmas tale. Full story...
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Tuition rises at UNCW

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videoIn state and out-of-state students will be paying a bit more to attend UNCW when they go back to school in the fall. This all comes in the midst of a financial meltdown. Come the next academic year. Out of state students will be hit the hardest. Full story...
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