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Boys and girls learn the tricks behind safety

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Kids in costumes got a special treat today: a safety lesson. The North Carolina Division of Public Health brought the Blood Alcohol Testing bus, more popularly known as the BAT mobile, to the Community Boys and Girls Club in Wilmington. Full story...
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Downtown Wilmington to test out taxi stands

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Starting Friday night, taxis are going to have to get in line for their passengers. This weekend is the first test for a taxi stand in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Pender County Board of Health looks to put a ban on smoking

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Folks in Pender County could soon be breathing a little easier if the Board of Health gets its way. The board has asked the county commission to consider a smoking ban on all county-owned property. Full story...
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It's takeoff for the Cape Fear Fair & Expo

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The airport is officially the “fair port”. The Cape Fear Fair and Expo is officially open for business. Fun-lovers from all across the area are flocking to the fair grounds...

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Candidates for mayor of Burgaw discuss issues as race heats up

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videoElection Day is almost upon us, and the race for mayor is heating up in Burgaw. WWAY political reporter Kevin Wuzzardo introduces us to the incumbent and his challenger. Full story...
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Law suit hopes to save sea turtles from gill nets

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A potential law suit is in place in hopes of saving sea turtles. The Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center in Topsail Beach has filed a 60-day letter of intent to sue the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries Full story...
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NC and SC canine units take part in fall trials

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Police departments from North and South Carolina are meeting in Carolina Beach for the canine unit fall trails. Full story...
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Prokop pleads guilty to indecent liberties

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Before the jury had a chance to deliberate, former New Hanover County K-9 officer Thomas Prokop pleaded guilty Thursday to taking indecent liberties with a four-year-old girl. Full story...
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Pender County Murder Suspect turns himself in

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A suspected murderer is in custody in Pender County. Ronnie Peddie turned himself in Thursday afternoon. Full story...
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Britt Motorsports owner facing felony charges

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After a ten month investigation by the DMV, the owner of a well known Wilmington business faces several felony charges. Full story...
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