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Lifeguards say stay out of the water

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video Tropical storm Colin left beach goers seeing red this weekend. Red flags, that is. Full story...
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Ukranian students claim exploitation in job program

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videoThey traveled overseas for what they thought would be a memorable, fun experience in North Carolina. Instead a group of Ukranian students say they were forced to work more than 80 hours a week. Full story...
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Wrightsville Grille closes

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Wrightsville Grille opened in 2005. Owner Colin Smith says the bank called in the loan they had given the restaurant, but he could not pay back all the money. Full story...
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Ferry fare increase may affect Bald Head Island

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video Hundreds of swashbucklers flooded Bald Head Island this weekend for its annual pirate weekend. But could visitors next year be forced to walk the plank if a ferry fare increase is approved? Full story...
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Veteran who helped other vets killed in car crash

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video A man who dedicated his life to helping veterans find jobs died in a car crash this morning. Milton Daniel Peninger was a Vietnam veteran himself. Full story...
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Rare leatherback turtles hatch at Holden Beach

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videoIt's been about 40 years since someone spotted a leatherback turtle in Holden Beach. Last night, Holden Beach visitors witnessed 54 baby leatherbacks hatch and make their journey to the sea. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Riding up the river on the Barque Eagle

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video WWAY was the only Wilmington TV station on board as the ship made the final leg of its trip up the Cape Fear River to the State Port. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Women say others are prostituting themselves to stay in Salvation Army shelter

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video The Salvation Army's mission is to help people in crisis, but two women say that's not the case in Wilmington. But some women who have stayed in the charity's shelter say women are selling themselves on the streets so they can pay for a spot to sleep in the shelter. Full story...
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DOWNTOWN VIOLENCE: Two women almost raped

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These two recent incidents involve assaults on women who were walking home alone after leaving downtown bars. Both incidents occurred between 3:00 – 4:00 a.m., and both victims had been drinking prior to being attacked. Full story...
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Meghan Torjussen heading to the "Pine Tree State"

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video Sometimes in life, you have to make difficult choices for professional and personal reasons. Full story...
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