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Haiti Earthquake

Pre-schoolers make cards for earthquake victim

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They used creativity and a lot of love in hopes of making Carlens Delfils feel better. Full story...
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Earthquake victim continues road to recovery in Wilmington

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videoDelfils was hurt saving his sister from falling rubble during the quake. Full story...
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Bottled water drive benefits Haiti

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video UNCW volunteers will man the drop-off site at the Reserve at Forest Hills until 10 tonight. They'll be there tomorrow from 3 to 10 p.m. as well. Full story...
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Haiti aid continues as help still needed here at home

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To help feed and house those left homeless and provide medical care, the Red Cross is asking for monetary donations. Full story...
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Haitian boy recovering from surgery in Wilmington

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video Last night a 12-year-old Haitian boy got out of surgery at Cape Fear Hospital. His journey here was long, just like his recovery promises to be. Full story...
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Local woman escapes earthquake

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videoA woman who was born and raised in Haiti now lives in Wilmington. Rebecca Pickens and her 14-month old daughter left Haiti about 72 hours before the earthquake. Full story...
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UNCW professor discusses earthquake's impact

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videoAs the disaster in Haiti continues to develop, the magnitude of destruction is a cruel reminder of the power of mother nature. Full story...
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NC-based troops heading to Haiti

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The support is part of President Obama's promise to provide an all-out rescue, including military and civilian emergency teams from across the US. Full story...
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Wilmington woman eager to get back to Haiti

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videoDebbie Mathis flew back to the United States January 1 to visit family. She was planning on returning to Haiti on Jan. 21, but plans have changed. Full story...
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Haiti earthquake rattles UNCW student

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video Chris Searle has visited Haiti twice, and he says it's going to take a lot of work to get Haiti and its people back on their feet. Full story...
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