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Locals split on recreational marijuana legalization

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video The state of Colorado has turned hash into cash and the success of recreational marijuana use is sparking a conversation locally on whether the Tar Heel state should dive into the budding industry. Full story...
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Greensboro food pantries expecting bare shelves

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Food pantries in the Greensboro area expect their supplies to run out after more than 100,000 went without power in Guilford County because of a winter storm. The News & Record of Greensboro reports Greensboro Urban Ministry and the Blessed Table Food Pantry are encouraging area residents to donate to their shelters. Full story...
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UNCW's Azalea Triathlon changing lives

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video UNCW hosted the 11th annual Azalea Triathlon this weekend. One man tells how the race turned his life around. Full story...
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EXPLORE WITH GEORGE: Coastal Consumer Showcase

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videoGeorge explores the 4th annual Coastal Consumer Showcase. Full story...
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Meet the Cape Fear Roller Girls

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videoThey're thick as thieves and tough as nails, but they're also some of the kindest women you'll ever meet. Good Morning Carolina anchor Ashley Jacobs rolls along with the Cape Fear Roller Girls. Full story...
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Council gives green light for MSD review for downtown

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videoWilmington City Council approved a resolution to allow Wilmington Downtown Inc. to evaluate an Municipal Service District for the Downtown area. Full story...
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HAPPENING TONIGHT: Wilmington Police Athletic League Crosstown Championship

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videoTwo all-star teams will hit the hardwood tonight at Trask Coliseum in hopes of taking home a big trophy, all thanks to Wilmington's Police Athletic League. Full story...
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Chimney Rock park to remain closed a bit longer

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The Asheville Citizen-Times reports that Chimney Rock Access will not open on Saturday as planned. The N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation said the road was supposed to be closed no longer than three weeks and that the park would close in late January. Full story...
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Local kids find love for golf...for free

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The Wilmington Junior Golf Academy will hold a fundraiser March 7 to raise money for it's all-volunteer program. They give kids the opportunity to fall in love with a sport and develop important character traits. Full story...
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Community gang forums end, but what’s next?

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video After a summer of violence Wilmington City Leaders decided a community effort was needed to try and end gang violence, but after six meetings in four months some are asking when we are going to start seeing results. Full story...
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Even after two ice storms, hundreds take a Polar Plunge

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Some go to great lengths in support of the New Hanover County Special Olympics for this year's tenth annual Polar Plunge. Full story...
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After-Christmas shopping and returns begin in the Port City

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videoChristmas is over, but the sales and returns are just beginning. You've stuffed your face with delicious Christmas treats, unwrapped some the presents under the tree, and hopefully thanked Santa for the wonderful gifts. But Santa did not please everyone this year. Full story...
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Carolina Reaper is world's hottest pepper

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video The Guinness Book of World Records says the hottest peppers in the world are grown in South Carolina. Ed Currie took a sweet hot pepper from the Caribbean and worked to make it hotter. Full story...
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New releases, family traditions make for a busy Christmas day at the movies

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video After the turkey and presents, many of Wilmington residents headed to the movies to check out some of the latest Hollywood blockbusters. Few places are open on Christmas day, but fortunately for many the movie theater is one of them. Full story...
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