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Reel fun at the Cape Fear Disabled Sportsman Fishing Tournament

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It has become a tradition at Kure Beach. The 11th Annual Cape Fear Disabled Sportsman Fishing Tournament got underway early Friday morning. Full story...
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Maides Park re-opens Friday

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The City of Wilmington re-opened another public park Friday. After a year of construction and renovations, the park on Princess Place is officially back open. Full story...
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Maritime Museum at Southport may make move to Fort Johnston

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The North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport could have a new home next year. Thursday night, the Southport Board of Alderman voted unanimously to support Fort Johnston as the new home for the museum. Full story...
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FBI to patrol: Turn over info on Easley air travel

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The FBI has ordered the state Highway Patrol to produce all records involving private air travel former Gov. Mike Easley and his family. Full story...
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SC woman charged with false police report in NC

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A South Carolina woman has been charged with filing a false police report claiming she was abducted at gunpoint in North Carolina. Full story...
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NC speedway events to create delays on highways

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NASCAR makes its annual spring stop in North Carolina, and state officials are warning motorists to be wary of potential traffic problems through the Memorial Day weekend. Full story...
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Outer Banks beach driving restrictions starting

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Summer beach driving restrictions near villages along the North Carolina Outer Banks are going into effect. Full story...
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Cutbacks at Coty, Inc.

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videoMore than five-hundred local workers are going to lose their jobs. Coty Incorporated, formerly Del Laboratories, is making major cutbacks at its Rocky Point and Leland facilities. Full story...
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Thirteen recent fatal accidents in Columbus County have officers concerned

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videoMore than a dozen people have died in fatal accidents on Columbus County roads in the past month, the majority of whom weren't yet out of their 20's. "This is a lot. This is higher than normal for sure," said Brian Ezzell of Highway Patrol. Full story...
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West Brunswick students remembered Thursday night

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videoStudents are gathering at First Baptist Church in Shallotte Thursday night to remember two West Brunswick high students who lost their lives in a fatal car crash. The death of the two teenagers comes right around graduation time, a time when students usually gather to celebrate. Full story...
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D&E Dodge terminated as Chrysler cuts dealerships

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videoBankrupt Chrysler Motors is putting nearly 800 of its own dealers out of business. The announcement hit like a bomb across the country and our area was not spared the fallout. Full story...
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WPD Law Enforcement Memorial Service stirs emotions

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videoThe Wilmington Police Department held it's annual WPD Law Enforcement Memorial Service, to honor officers who have died in the line of duty. With the loss of Officer Richard Matthews just three months ago, today's ceremony was especially poignant. Full story...
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Realtors turn to online game show for marketing

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videoSelling a home can be tough these days, so local realtors are getting creative. One local company has come up with an online game show to promote homes in area communities. Full story...
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Supply Elementary hosts pep rally for EOG testing

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It is that time of year again. End-of-Grade testing is underway at area schools. Supply Elementary decided to host a pep rally before the testing week starts. Full story...
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Mother's Day victim upgraded

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There is good news to report tonight on an elderly assault victim in Columbus County. The 78-year-old Tabor City woman who was robbed, beaten and raped in her home on Mother’s Day is on the mend. Full story...
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