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No more rain, plenty of standing water

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video Water fell from the sky, but now it's rising from the river. The Northeast Cape Fear River is expected to crest. That will only create more flood concerns in Pender County. Full story...
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WPD cracks down on traffic violations

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video Thinking of running that red light or cutting through a median? Beware. The Wilmington Police Department is making sure drivers are being safe. Today officers cracked down during on traffic violations at Carolina Beach Road and Shipyard Blvd. during Operation Red Light. Full story...
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Drivers trying to round out the Porter's Neck roundabout

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video Call them roundabouts, traffic circles or rotaries. No matter the name, this circle of strife is giving drivers headaches. The perpetual pavement seems to be a particular problem in Porter's Neck. Full story...
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Turn lane helps troublesome Wilmington intersection

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Heads up about a traffic change on Market Street. It will now be easier to leave Target and Party City on New Centre Drive. Full story...
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Bumper to Bumper traffic on Pleasure Island: Is the new lane pattern to blame?

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video For the last month traffic has continually gotten worse on Pleasure Island. This past weekend traffic was described to be at a snail's pace. It was bumper to bumper from Snow's Cut Bridge all the way to Kure Beach. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Homemade signs ask for drivers to slow down after dog's death

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video A New Hanover County resident has an important message to drivers. Someone has posted signs in their neighborhood that say, "Slow down. You killed my dog!" The signs are posted inside the Weatherwood subdivision just off Gordon Road and Wood Squirrel, but the question is are the bright colored signs changing the way people drive in this neighborhood?" Full story...
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Carolina Beach braces for traffic as visitors arrive for Beach Music Festival

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video Town Manager Tim Owens says the changes were intended to slow traffic through the central business district, making it less like a thoroughfare and more pedestrian and biker friendly. People who live and work in Carolina Beach say the changes have created traffic problems. Full story...
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UPDATE: US 421 North back open after crash

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The road was closed for hours into the afternoon after an 18-wheeler overturned in the curve before the Battleship North Carolina Thursday morning. Full story...
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UPDATE: Traffic improving after four accidents

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New Hanover County Dispatch says there were four accidents late this afternoon: two on the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge, one on the Isabel Holmes Bridge and a fourth just over the river in Brunswick County. Full story...
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Cameras help ease Wilmington traffic

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In a joint project with the state Department of Transportation, the city has installed 30 cameras at major intersections in Wilmington. The new system will allow better timing and coordination of traffic signals. Full story...
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Carolina Beach keeps new traffic pattern

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Carolina Beach town council votes to keep new traffic pattern as it is. Full story...
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Wilmington drivers should start seeing more green

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videoIf you drive around Wilmington, you often find yourself waiting....and waiting....and waiting....at red lights. The city's traffic lights are notoriously long, but that will soon change. Full story...
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Plans to ease congestion at Oleander and College

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Changes are on the way to ease congestion at Wilmington's busiest intersection. The Department of Transportation plans to add an additional left turn lane off Oleander and onto College in both directions. Full story...
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Police emphasize driving violations

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videoLieutenant Blanton said the traffic on Masonboro Loop Road backs up every day right around the morning rush, leaving some drivers looking to save a few minutes by taking a shortcut down Jasper Road, which is in part a private road. Full story...
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Market Street public forum continues Thursday night

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The second of two public forums addressing congestion, safety and general appearance of Market Street is Thursday night. Full story...
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