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Viewers step up to help apparent scam victim

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It never ceases to amaze us how kind and generous some of our viewers are. Full story...
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Cop charged with child rape

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Investigators say he was not in law enforcement when the alleged crime happened. Full story...
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Getting tired of Front Street mess

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video Wilmington City Spokesperson Dylan Lee says the end product will be well worth the frustration, but our question is what will front street be like for the Azalea Festival in April? Full story...
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PPD opening two international offices

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PPD, Inc. announced the opening of offices in Manila, Philippines, and Bangalore, India, expanding its Phase II-IV clinical development services in response to growing client demand in Asia Pacific. PPD will provide clinical management services in key therapeutic areas from both locations. Full story...
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What are "White Spaces" and how will they affect you?

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video WiFi access throughout the city, intelligent traffic systems, water systems, power systems are all possible with this white space technology. Wilmington is going to be the first test market in the country. Full story...
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Mold forces changes at New Hanover County school

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An environmental test at Wrightsboro Elementary School found mold in six of 12 classrooms tested. Full story...
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BHI bones heading to Raleigh

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State archaeologists from Fort Fisher hope an analysis by other scientists will reveal the age of the bones as well as the height, weight, and sex of the people. Full story...
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Trailblazing police officer leaving the beat

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Ofc. Verna Atwood is the first African-American woman to reach full retirement as a Wilmington police officer. Full story...
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Halyburton Park set ablaze

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About 15 to 20 acres were scorched in an effort to minimize the risk of wildfires while removing undergrowth, making it easier for native plants to grow. Full story...
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Former sub commander visits students

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Capt. Mark Davis returned to the Port City to speak to a group of fifth graders at Eaton Elementary School. Full story...
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