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First phase of Wilmington Bypass now open

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video The first part of a project on the Wilmington Bypass opened today. The $89 million project has been underway for several months now. Full story...
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Council approves new Freeman Park fees, speed limit changes

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videoAnyone visiting Carolina Beach's Freeman Park next year will have to pay more to access the beach. Full story...
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Accidents tie up evening traffic

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videoTraffic in Wilmington seemed more dangerous and slow than usual Tuesday evening. That might be because New Hanover County dispatchers said there were several crashes. Full story...
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CB Town Council meeting to discuss speed limits, Freeman Park fees

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videoAt a regularly scheduled town council meeting, Carolina Beach leaders will discuss, among many topics, lowering the speed limit in one area and increasing the fees of access passes to a popular beach among campers. Full story...
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Is your life worth a text message?

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Cape Fear Community College and AT&T teamed up to bring a driving simulator to Union Station Friday to launch the 'It Can Wait' campaign. video You sit and try to drive as someone texts you. You must text them back quickly while still trying to stay on the road. It's not easy and it leads to crashes. Even though texting while driving is illegal in North Carolina, many drivers still do it. Full story...
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UPDATE: Driver charged with DWI, four go to hospital after crash on US 421

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videoA driver has been charged with DWI after a four-car crash that shut down several lanes on US 421, causing big back-ups near the Isabel Holmes Bridge around 5 p.m. Thursday. Full story...
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Blackwell Road closure delayed for second time

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The NCDOT has delayed the closure of a road in Leland for a second time. The DOT says the closure of Blackwell Road between US 17 and NC 133 has been postponed due to utility issues. Full story...
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NCDOT explains Sunday's traffic jam in Leland

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videoLeland traffic is making headlines once again. Unannounced maintenance work led to a big build up of traffic last night. Today the DOT told us what they were doing and why it happened. Full story...
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Lane closure leads to big traffic jam in Leland

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videoA lane closure on the causeway between Leland and Wilmington has led to significant traffic back-ups in northern Brunswick County. Full story...
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Leland commuters sound off on traffic woes

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videoTraffic is a pain, and folks who commute to and from Leland know that all too well. The North Carolina Department of Transportation is trying to alleviate some of those woes, though, and tonight you got a chance to speak your mind. Full story...
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HAPPENING TONIGHT: DOT hosts public meeting on Leland traffic

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videoDrivers frustrated by the traffic in Leland will have the chance to sound off tonight. The NC Department of Transportation is hosting a public meeting at 6:30 p.m. at Leland Middle School. Full story...
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Semi driver charged for roll over

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videoThere's new information on the accident that tied up traffic for six hours at a busy Wilmington intersection Thursday afternoon. Full story...
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Semi rolls over at busy Wilmington intersection

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videoA rolled over tractor trailer has affected traffic at a busy Wilmington intersection. Late this morning the semi rolled over at the north end of Carolina Beach Road at the intersection at Burnett Blvd. and S. 3rd Street taking out the traffic light. Full story...
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DOT sets public meeting on Leland traffic issues

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videoThe North Carolina Department of Transportation has scheduled a public meeting to discuss traffic issues caused by construction on US 17/74/76 in Leland. Full story...
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Leaders suggest changing work times, following laws to help Leland traffic mess

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videoWith more than two years of construction still to go in Leland, is there anything that can be done now to curb the constant bumper-to-bumper traffic? That's exactly what leaders dicussed with the Department of Transportation in a standing-room-only meeting at the the DOT office in Castle Hayne this afternoon. Full story...
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