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Fire sparks at Big Dog Café on Castle Hayne Road

A fire sparked at a New Hanover County restaurant Monday night, and investigators are looking into what cause the flames.
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Senate committees approve compromise for House Bill 13

Republicans have unveiled legislation depicted as a compromise that prevents North Carolina school districts from having to cut supplemental programs to reduce average class sizes in early grades.
Oak Island Lighthouse Run
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Man who died in Oak Island half-marathon was in military

The man who died during the "Oak Island Lighthouse Run" this weekend was a 25 year old from out of state and officials say he was in the military.
UNCW Seahawks
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UNCW Baseball ties home run record

UNCW tied a school record with seven home runs, including six in one inning, as the Seahawks pounded Hofstra, 20-7, to win the Colonial Athletic Association series on Sunday at University Field.
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UNCW Men’s Tennis wins CAA Championship

UNCW sophomore Agustin Savarino defeated William & Mary's Christian Cargill in three sets to power the top-seeded Seahawks to their fifth Colonial Athletic Association Men's Tennis title with a 4-2 victory over the No. 3-seeded Tribe late Sunday at the Piedmont Tennis Center.
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UNCW Softball swept at JMU

Senior Nella Chamblee registered two hits, including a home run, but it was not enough as UNCW dropped a pair of Colonial Athletic Association contests at No. 14/15 James Madison on Sunday afternoon.
Ralph Evangelous
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Police chief talks gun violence, plans to attack gang activity

Wilmington Police Chief Ralph Evangelous spoke with League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear today about gun violence, crime and gun safety.
Class size
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NC Senate committee to discuss compromise on K-3 class size limits

There could finally be some movement in the North Carolina Senate on a bill that would ease the burden's of a budget requirement to cap class sizes in kindergarten, first, second and third grade classrooms across the state.