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Whats Happening: January 16-19

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videoAll across the area, events are taking place this weekend in honor of Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. But that's not all you can experience if you decide to brave the cold and head out. Full story...
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Wilmington an affordable option for film producers

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Wilmington film commission director Johnny Griffin said choosing a location to film a movie often comes down to money. Because of that, Wilmington is looking better and better to Los Angeles film producers looking for cheaper places to make their movies. Full story...
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Military Child Education Coalition leads meetings

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Some New Hanover County school employees had a little military training Thursday. Nurses, guidance counselors, and social workers from area schools attended the first of two training sessions on National Guard families. Full story...
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NC conference pools thinking on solar technologies

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Scientists concentrating on a new generation of technology that turns sunlight into electric power are putting their heads together at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Full story...
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NC city earns $70,000 from ticket amnesty program

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A North Carolina city says it earned $70,000 in a program that forgave late fees for residents who paid their old parking tickets. Full story...
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Marine accused of beating wife expected in court

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A Marine accused of beating his pregnant wife into a coma is set to go before a judge. Full story...
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Prosecutors: No charges in college student's death

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Prosecutors say no criminal charges will be filed after a North Carolina college student died following an off-campus capture the flag game with fraternity members. Full story...
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Preparing for the frigid temperature coming our way

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videoFrigid temperatures are coming. Are you prepared for the cold blast headed this way? Full story...
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Dog Appeals Court: Weimaraners get loose and approach man

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videoThis case involved a former Washington, DC police officer who actually used to guard President John F. Kennedy. Full story...
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Video helps lead to shoplifting busts at Party Suppliers

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videoA Wilmington business manager spent her entire day in court, facing more than half a dozen people who allegedly shoplifted from her store. Full story...
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Homeless get hot meals from First Fruit Ministries

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First Fruit Ministries has been offering this service for about ten years. Volunteers serve food in downtown Wilmington twice a week. Full story...
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Bill Clinton to headline Boseman event in Raleigh

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State Sen. Julia Boseman will get a head start on fundraising for her 2010 election when Bill Clinton attends a fundraiser for her later this month. Full story...
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Pender County's turn to talk redistricting

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Two redistricting options are under consideration for when the new Topsail Elementary School opens in the fall. Full story...
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Shelters are filling up as the temperature drops

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In Charlotte, shelters are overflowing with people. An emergency winter shelter has 236 beds, but these past few days more than 250 people showed up. Full story...
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A Catholic high school may be in Wilmington's future

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videoArea priests will meet Thursday to discuss the idea of building Wilmington's first Catholic high school. Full story...
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