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Bruce Cavenaugh lays off employees

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videoPrices weren't the only thing being slashed at a Wilmington car dealership today. 18 employees lost their job at Bruce Cavenaugh Automart on Market Street Monday. Full story...
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Columbus County Inmate follow-up

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videoColumbus County residents can now rest easy, knowing escaped inmate Archie Funderburk is back behind bars. Full story...
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One stop voting began Monday

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People in our area are wasting no time heading to the polls. At the New Hanover County Senior Center, many voters said they waited in line for more than a half hour to cast their ballot. Full story...
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Police Department adding technology to help catch criminals

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There is some good news coming out of the Wilmington Police Department Monday. Full story...
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Wilmington police officer still in hospital

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The condition of a Wilmington police officer involved in a weekend car accident has been upgraded. Officer C.A. Greer is in good condition Monday after spending much of the weekend in stable condition. Full story...
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North Carolina Oyster Festival last weekend

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videoWet weather and a scare at a Brunswick County seafood company did not keep oyster lovers from the 28th annual Oyster Festival over the Weekend. Full story...
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Whispering Giant Arrives in Whiteville

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videoThe next time you visit the North Carolina Forestry Museum in Whiteville it may look a little different. A new 20 foot statue will grace the front of the building. Full story...
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Escaped inmate found in Columbus County

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video A Columbus County inmate who escaped Thursday morning has been found. Archie Funderburk was picking up trash on the side of 701 in Whiteville, when he took off into the woods nearby. Full story...
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Wave Transit fares rise Monday

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It will cost you a little more to ride Wave Transit starting on Monday, October 20th. Full story...
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Cycling for a cause

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Cape Fear cyclists got it in gear to help fight breast cancer Sunday. Full story...
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