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Seaside Soccer Classic kick starts summer business

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video Local businesses get a kick out of this weekend's annual Seaside Soccer Classic. The 18th annual tournament will bring in nearly 5,000 youth soccer players to the Cape Fear area. Full story...
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No charges in crash that killed pedestrian

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A driver who hit and killed a woman in New Hanover County early this morning will not face charges. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Local woman, daughter help Alabama storm victims

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video A local woman with ties to Alabama is giving back in the aftermath of devastating tornadoes there last month. Dolly Symonds is proof that it only takes one to make a big difference. Full story...
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Compromise on unemployment benefits could come next week

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The political standoff keeping 42,000 long-term jobless workers from their extended unemployment benefits may be loosening. Full story...
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Progress Energy breaks ground on power plant addition

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Wilmington's power plant is finding ways to go green. Today, Progress Energy broke ground for the Sutton plant's new, state-of-the-art complex. Full story...
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Wilmington port gets federal money for dredging

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The State Port of Wilmington is getting some federal help clearing the way for ships. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: D.A. Jon David calls out Rex Gore regarding Davina Buff Jones shooting

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District Attorney Rex Gore was unwilling to change his initial determination or rule the cause of death as undetermined. Unfortunately, this action on Mr. Gore’s part lead many to conclude that he was not acting in a fair and impartial manner. Regardless of the truth of this assertion, such a perception is damaging to the Office of the District Attorney. Full story...
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FDA approves new HIV drug from Johnson & Johnson

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The Food and Drug Administration says it approved a new HIV drug from Johnson & Johnson for patients who have not been treated with other medications for the virus. Full story...
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Lejeune water issue going back to Congress

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Congress is once again considering a bill to provide federal health care for veterans and family members who say they've suffered because of contaminated water at Camp Lejeune. Full story...
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NC troopers warn drinking and boating don't mix

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Police in North Carolina want to see a reduction in the number of people who die because of drinking while boating. Full story...
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