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UNCW students offer hugs

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video If you spent any time on the UNC Wilmington campus today, you may have gotten a hug from a group of Seahawk huggers. Full story...
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City to remove scaffolding from leaning building

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The building was condemned back in January after the facade pulled away from the front wall and the southside sidewalk started to cave in. Full story...
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Bridge painting may slow traffic

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Painting began yesterday on the bridge and will last until September 30. The NCDOT is planning to close one lane inbound and one lane of outbound traffic to allow for work. Full story...
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Jury selection continues in murder trial

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video Before jury selection began in Anthony Pierce's murder trial, the judge set ground rules on how the trial would run. Full story...
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Pender County candidates face off tonight

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Candidates in primary races for sheriff, County Commission and the school board will participate in tonight's forum. Full story...
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Boaters get new access to water

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Trail's End Park is located on Whiskey Creek off Masonboro Loop Road on the site of the former Trail's End Restaurant. Full story...
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Man killed, woman hurt in I-40 crash

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A 19-year-old man is dead and a 19-year-old woman is in the hospital after a wreck this morning on I-40. Full story...
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Trial begins in police officer's death

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video It's been more than a year since Wilmington Police officer Richard Matthews died after crashing into a tree during a high-speed chase. Today jury selection is underway in the trial of the man who led that chase, Anthony Pierce. He faces several charges, including second-degree murder. Full story...
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Stranded West Columbus students back home

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Twelve WCHS students abroad in Denmark have made it back to North Carolina after the volcanic ash cloud stretched an 11-day trip to 20 days. Full story...
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New Hanover County Board of Education favors proposed sales tax increase

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In an Interim Meeting, the New Hanover County Board of Education passed a resolution in favor of the one quarter cent sales tax increase currently proposed by the New Hanover County government. Full story...
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