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‘Concussion’ doctor Bennet Omalu speaking at UNCW

Physician, forensic pathologist and neuropathologist Bennet Omalu is credited with identifying chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a brain disease afflicting many former NFL players. The disease has changed the conversation about head trauma and football.
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Kathleen Turner keynote speaker at Planned Parenthood event

Award winning actress Kathleen Turner will give the keynote address at Hibiscus: Celebrating a Century of Care in Wilmington tonight. The event is a fundraiser for Planned Parenthood. Turner has been Chair of the Board of Advocates for over 25 years. "I think it is essential," she says, "for the health of the women in our country."
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Janey Ensminger Act introduced to provide care to toxic tap water victims

Today Senators introduced a bill that would require the Veterans Administration to provide medical care for all diseases that can be scientifically linked to exposure to toxic chemicals at Camp Lejeune.
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New Hanover County intersection closing until September

The intersection of Lendire Road and Ogden Business Lane will be closed in both directions starting April 10 and will last until September 29.
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Man accused of trying to sell baby on Craigslist wanted in Wilmington

The man arrested last week in Tennessee after he and a woman allegedly tried to sell their 5-month-old infant online also faces charges in New Hanover County.
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Man accused of shooting at ex-girlfriend

The Columbus County Sheriff's Office has made an arrest in a shooting Monday in Bolton.
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Happening today: Mobile Mammography Unit in Shallotte

Novant Health's mobile mammography unit is in Shallotte today.
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Teacher of the Week: Judy Beaman

High expectations, a positive attitude, respect and a joy for teaching are the qualities that brought us to Wrightsboro Elementary School teacher Judy Beaman. Our Teacher of the Week is a first grade teacher who loves challenging her students grow every day. "Every day is the unexpected," she says, "It's all about exploration and learning and challenging them to learn and to grow and to do more every day."