A tractor trailer spilled diesel fuel on the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge and into the Cape Fear River on Nov. 25, 2015. (Photo: Emily Ellison)
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Cape Fear Memorial Bridge back open after wreck, fuel spill snarl traffic

The Cape Fear Memorial Bridge is back open after an early-morning crash led to a fuel spill.
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New Hanover Co. parents petition for alternative to moving immersion program

Parents have started a petition on a controversial plan to move the Spanish Immersion program from Forest Hills Elementary to Gregory School of Science, Math and Technology.
Garden on top of the newly renovated county building on Chestnut Street. Photo By: Alexa Block/WWAY
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Green building gaining traction in the Cape Fear

When you think green you might think money, you might think the environment but saving money and the environment could be going hand-in-hand in the Cape Fear region.
Peter Foley hugs the winners of the ROOF RESCUE contest
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SURPRISE: We have a winner for the Roof Rescue contest!

WWAY and Flores and Foley Roofing teamed up again to give someone in the Cape Fear a new roof. Out of all the nominations, one stood out above the rest.
5-year-old gives thank you cards to fellow travelers. (Courtesy: WLOS)
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Boy’s thankful gesture touches airline crew

At the airport, the last thing we expect is a show of respect, but Liam Barrett of Hendersonville is glad to tell us what time it is.
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‘Human error’ cited in mistaken US airstrike on Kunduz hospital

The top U.S. general in Afghanistan says the investigation into the mistaken airstrike of a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz was "a tragic but avoidable accident caused primarily by human error."
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Meet author of “Redefine Rich, A New Perspective on The Good Life” Friday in Wilmington

Matt Ham says a visit with a dying aunt helped him realize that the word rich has many meanings. At a book signing Friday learn more about his book of stories that lays out a way to reconcile the longing for riches with a deeper, more well-rounded life. He will be signing books Friday at noon at Epic Food in the Forum shopping center in Wilmington.
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Pilot from downed Russian jet rescued, ‘alive and well’

Russia’s military has recovered the second pilot from its bomber shot down by Turkey on Tuesday, Russia’s defense ministry has announced.
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Consumer group issues ‘Trouble in Toyland’ report

With Black Friday coming up the group NCPIRG is warning parents about potentially dangerous toys.
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TUESDAY’S BASKETBALL ROUNDUP; high school hoops & college too

Tuesday marked the first full night of high school basketball action in our region this season. Check out our game highlights involving Ashley, Coastal Christian, Hoggard, Jacksonville, New Hanover, Pender and Cape Fear CC.
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Stories of those who died in the Paris attacks

Among the 130 victims killed in attacks in Paris were students, a filmmaker, a doctor, artists, music lovers and beloved parents and children. They had varied backgrounds and interests.