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Police looking for two men in credit card theft

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A man who went for a late night swim at Wrightsville Beach returned to shore to find his cell phone, keys and wallet missing. Now police hope you can help identify the suspects. Full story...
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Mother, son arrested in Onslow County murder

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Mother and son, both in this country illegally, have been charged with murder in Onslow County. Victoria Hernandez and her son Ricardo are charged with fatally stabbing Aredelio Mayo. Full story...
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Brunswick 4H celebrates 100 years

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video4H started in North Carolina 100 years ago. The centennial is being celebrated throughout the Tar Heel State at various times. Monday night it was Brunswick County's turn, and WWAY’s John Rendleman was there. Full story...
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Banding together to gather instruments in Bladen County

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videoBladen County band directors are asking for the public's help. They need old instruments for children who can't afford to be in band. Full story...
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Council discusses new options on convention center hotel

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videoConstruction on the Wilmington convention center continues to move along, but there are still no plans for a neighboring hotel. Full story...
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911 calls go unanswered

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videoEveryone knows to call 911 in an emergency, but what happens if no one answers? It's a question some New Hanover County residents were forced to answer over the weekend. “It rang and rang and rang and rang, and no one answered,” said Kathy Boone. Full story...
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Federal grant helps local students learn to read

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Bladen and Columbus County school kids may learn to read at an even earlier age, thanks to a federal grant. The school systems in the two counties have received a joint Early Reading First grant worth $4.3 million. Full story...
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Demolition of former police station makes way for new Union Station Building

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It is the beginning of the end for one Wilmington landmark. Crews started demolition on the former Wilmington Police Department headquarters on Red Cross Street. Full story...
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Columbus County loses beloved Aunt Sarah

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Columbus County has lost one woman, beloved by many. We first met Aunt Sarah Sledge back in July. At age 93, she was still working at the Ambassador Camp at Lake Waccamaw, which she started back in 1957. Full story...
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Bladen County to welcome farmer's market

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Elizabethtown residents are looking forward to a new place to buy locally-grown produce. An open-air farmer's market is coming to Bladen County to help revitalize downtown Elizabethtown. Full story...
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