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Record breaking funds raised at CFCC

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While many people are tightening their belt, community and business leaders set a new donation record for Cape Fear Community College. Full story...
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Computer software simplifies life for restaurants

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videoOne of downtown Wilmington’s favorite restaurants has found a new way to do business and it's catching on across the country. The restaurant is using an online scheduling system that makes things easier for employees, and the local company that wrote the software is getting national recognition. Full story...
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Two families walk away from collision in Wilmington

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Thanks to their seatbelts, two families walked away from a head-on collision in Wilmington Thursday afternoon. Full story...
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Pride of Baltimore docks in Wilmington

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Downtown Wilmington has a rather large guest for the weekend. "The Pride of Baltimore II” docked along the riverfront on Thursday. Full story...
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Seahawk statue finds a home at UNCW

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The campus of UNCW looks a little different today after a giant copper seahawk landed at Hoggard Circle. The statue weighs 2,000 pounds and has a 20-foot wingspan. Full story...
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Free health screenings

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Free health screenings were available today for anyone looking to check their cholesterol, body mass index and bone density. The event was collaboration between Walgreen’s and AARP. Full story...
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Still no Wilmington murders in 2009

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Wilmington Police Chief Ralph Evangelous doesn't want to jinx himself, but he's happy to report there have been no murders in Wilmington so far this year. This time last year, there had already been eight murders and there was a total of 13 in 2008. Full story...
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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Awareness Day

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We all know what being tired feels like. Now imagine feeling exhausted day in and day out. That's what Sandra Honeycutt faces, as she has been living with chronic fatigue syndrome, or CFS, for the past five years. Full story...
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Marino on Money: May 21

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videoSocial security is something almost all of us pay into, but is it a system we all will benefit from? Financial planner Ross Marino has more on the future of social security. Full story...
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Whats Happening: May 23-25

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videoIt's Memorial Day weekend and boy, is there plenty of entertainment to go around. Concerts are happening all over the place. There are arts and crafts, fireworks, even a petting zoo. Full story...
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Attorney for Mary Easley: She will continue in job

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An attorney for North Carolina's former first lady says Mary Easley will not leave her job at North Carolina State University despite growing scrutiny over her appointment. Full story...
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NC school system investigates athletics funds

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A North Carolina school system is investigating whether money may have been misappropriated from several athletics fundraisers and a booster club. Full story...
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Documentary about NC breweries set for premiere

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A movie about North Carolina's breweries is opening this week. Full story...
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Promoter of NC farm produce finds home on YouTube

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North Carolina's produce farmers have a friend on YouTube. Full story...
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Columbus County will get economic boost thanks to Golden Leaf Foundation

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videoColumbus County is one of the area's most rural and poorest counties, with a 20 percent poverty rate. Despite these tough times, the county will get an economic boost thanks to an organization called the Golden Leaf Foundation. Wednesday night community members brainstormed ideas on how the money can best be spent. Full story...
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