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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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Black ice causes accidents

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The first of several accidents happened around 5 a.m. on Wednesday as a result of black ice. Full story...
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Parsley students shine in Geography Bee

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videoSome fourth and fifth graders at Parsley Elementary know their way around a world map. News Channel 3 went to the school Wednesday, for National Geographic's Geography Bee. Full story...
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Accident claims the life of one in Elizabethtown

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It happened in the 900 block of East Broad Street. A car attempting to make a left was hit and flipped by another vehicle trying to pass. Full story...
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Street signs keeping drivers aware of DWI costs

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The area group called Safe Streets is putting up signs all across town, telling everyone how much it costs if you get a DWI. Full story...
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West Bladen student's death treated as homicide; county sheriff indicates victim had record

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The county sheriff said West Bladen senior Jahkee Sledge had a record. He was arrested twice in 2007, once for bringing a weapon to school and once for assaulting someone at gunpoint. Full story...
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Whiteville town manager dismissed

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On Tuesday night, Whiteville City Council voted four to three to dismiss Josh Ray as town manager. Ray had been city manager for nearly 3 years. Full story...
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Verizon Wireless bringing jobs to area

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There is good news on the local job front tonight. Verizon Wireless in Wilmington is looking to fill close to 160 positions. Full story...
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Rankin Street fire likely caused by cigarette

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A morning fire in an apartment in a house has two men looking for another place to stay. The fire broke out on the 900 block of Rankin Street in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Pesticide use in NC gets strict new record rules

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State officials are tightening rules on pesticide use in North Carolina. Full story...
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