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Lifeguards talk ocean safety as swell builds from tropical systems

Wrightsville Beach Ocean Rescue reminds folks about rip current safety as tropical systems elevated risk for them this week.
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Town leaders question ethics in Adopt-a-Cop

The town of Leland is looking into if the Adopt-a-Cop program is ethical. The program allows community members to give a note of encouragement to officers across the country.
The first class of students at Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington start school on Aug. 29, 2016. (Photo: Ashley Sturm)
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All girls charter welcomes first class

The first day of school is a special day for any kid, but for a hundred local girls, it's an extra special day.
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Volunteers return from second trip to Louisiana

Volunteers at a Pender County church just returned home from their second trip to Louisiana to help the thousands devastated by flooding. The volunteers just wanted to help, but in turn they left with something they never expected.
Joseph Presti (Photo: Brunswick County Sheriff's Office)
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UPDATE: Missing Calabash man found safe

he search for a missing Calabash man is over.
Snake taken from unlicensed reptile business  (Photo: Columbus County Animal Control)
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Unlicensed reptile retailer shut down in Columbus County

An unlicensed retail reptile venture was closed down in Columbus County today.
Cats at the Columbus County Animal Shelter (Photo: Sarah Johnson/WWAY)
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Animal shelter still in need after cat hoarding case strains resources

The Columbus County Animal Shelter continues to need the community's help after a cat hoarding situation has strained the shelter's resources.
A pick-up truck wound up pinned under a log truck after a crash on Makota Road in Ash on Aug. 26, 2016. (Photo: NC Highway Patrol)
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UPDATE: Family says truck driver doing better after crash with log truck

The family of the man injured in a crash with a log truck says he is doing much better.