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CFCC safety training center not properly built

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The ten million dollar training center for New Hanover County fire fighters and first responders has not actually been used. That is because it was not built properly. Full story...
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Representatives from transportation industry meet in Wilmington

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Representatives from various transportation industries around the country are gathered in Wilmington. Among the industries represented are ports, rail systems, airports, and transit systems. Full story...
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Rickenbacker pleads guilty

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A New Hanover County judge is making a Wilmington serial burglar pay his dues. Alan Rickenbacker plead guilty today to more than seventy felony charges, ten of which were for breaking and entering. Full story...
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Second headliner named for Azalea Festival

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The board announced Thursday that American Idol fan favorite, Kellie Pickler will headline a concert on April 1st. Full story...
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Hobbs' court appearance postponed

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Brett Hobbs was scheduled to appear in Brunswick County Court today, but the appearance was postponed. Hobbs was arrested last month and charged with felony larceny and conspiracy. Full story...
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Oak Island will have to wait on annexation of Long Beach Road area

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Oak Island Mayor, Johnie Vereen, said the town will not be able to move forward with annexation plans until Long Beach Road residents are heard in court. Full story...
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Whats Happening: February 13-15

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videoA Pulitzer Prize winning play comes to the Port City this weekend. There will also be a little jazz to soothe the winter blues, and some blueberry pancakes for a good cause. Full story...
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WPD statistics review shows burglaries and larcenies up

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The Wilmington Police Department spent part of Thursday morning crunching numbers in hopes of making our streets safer. In it's monthly crime statistics review, lieutenants from each of the city's six districts presented data analyzing rises and drops in certain types of crimes. Full story...
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Interpretive panel explains more about the Dil I

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The Coast Guard cutter Diligence now has a better-explained place in Wilmington's history. Today the commander of the Diligence helped unveil a new interpretive panel at the Cape Fear Museum that provides information about the Dil I. Full story...
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Bank foreclosed on Sellers' house

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There is new information regarding a Brunswick County couple charged with burning down a home they owned on South Navassa Road. Full story...
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NC police seek missing 82nd Airborne paratrooper

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North Carolina police are looking for an 82nd Airborne Division paratrooper who has been missing since early Tuesday and for the man who used his debit card later the same day. Full story...
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NC university to teach how to start small business

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A North Carolina university plans programs this fall to teach students how to start the small businesses. Full story...
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Regional probation director in NC resigns

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A regional manager in the state's probation system has quit, just weeks after Gov. Beverly Perdue said she would change the director of the state agency. Full story...
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Officials warn about eating fish from Badin Lake

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A fish consumption advisory is in effect for Badin Lake, where high chemical levels pose a potential problem to consumers. Full story...
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25-year-old Wilmington man is missing

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25-year old Christopher Reese was last seen January 22nd at his home on Pine Forest Road in Wilmington. Full story...
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