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Health care for those who lack proper insurance

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videoHealth care experts say the link comes down to dollars and cents; those with more money tend to be healthier, but that doesn't have to be the case. Full story...
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WWAY NewsChannel 3 assists with many charitable events

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videoWWAY NewsChannel 3 is involved in a number of charitable events this holiday season in hopes of making things a bit brighter for families in our area. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride: Southport homes

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videoNestled near the beauty of the Cape Fear River, is the small community of Southport. Tree lined streets are peppered with homes, as beautiful as the nature that surrounds them. Each tells a story. Full story...
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Some optimism in the local real estate market

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videoIt was a self-proclaimed power breakfast, packed with hundreds of area power brokers; all looking for answers about the economy, specifically the real estate market in our area. Full story...
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Toys for Tots and Harley Davidson on a mission for donations

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To help needy New Hanover County kids, Toys for Tots is teaming up with the Harley Davidson store in Wilmington. Full story...
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City Council to meet Friday about additional budget cuts

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videoBudget cuts are likely on the way for the city of Wilmington. City Council expects the amount of money the city gets from property and sales tax to drop this fiscal year. Full story...
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Panel met Thursday night to discuss New Hanover County's trash issues

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videoA panel of county leaders and journalists spent some of Thursday night discussing the best way to dispose of New Hanover County's growing loads of trash. Full story...
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More support for a local veterans center

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There was more momentum Thursday night behind the move to get a veterans center in Wilmington. The organizing group held its second meeting and has enlisted more support. Full story...
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Christmas tree lighting at Wilmington's Hilton Park

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The switch was flipped to light up the world's largest living Christmas tree, including a visit from Santa aboard a Wilmington fire truck. Full story...
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Roland-Grise Middle School honors coach with a dedication ceremony

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Long years of service paid off for one teacher Thursday night. Roland-Grise Middle School held a formal dedication ceremony to name their gymnasium in honor of Calvin Wadsworth. Full story...
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More of Easley Cabinet members will not return

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At least four more members of Governor Mike Easley's Cabinet are not planning to stick around when Bev Perdue takes over next month.

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Oak Island Bridge investigation continues

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videoThe investigation continues into the cause of yesterday's fatal construction accident at the new Oak Island Bridge. One worker was killed, and another was critically injured. Full story...
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Overdraft fees can add up in a hurry

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videoAccording to the FDIC, a lot of us overdraw our checking accounts, and have to pay the penalty. It can add up in a hurry; the dreaded overdraft fee. Full story...
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Lower gas prices helpful for stations and drivers alike

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Life is a little bit better for people filling up at the pumps, but it's not too bad for gas station owners either. Full story...
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Jock Brandis awarded prize for Full Belly Project

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A Wilmington inventor just won $100,000 for his efforts to help people in third world countries. Full story...
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