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New After-School Program

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A new program in Wilmington aimed at helping at-risk kids. Full story...
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11 million women on child-bearing age using potentially unsafe prescriptions

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Many drugs are unsafe for pregnant women. Even so, more than 11 million women of child-bearing age are using these prescription medications each year. Full story...
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Proposed voting machines legislation could cost N.C. counties

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Legislation proposed in Congress could cost millions of dollars for some local governments in North Carolina to replace voting machines. Full story...
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Brunswick County Schools fighting lawsuit

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Brunswick County Schools are fighting back against the lawsuit filed by parents of the student who married her coach. Full story...
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Blackwater license being pulled in Iraq

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The Interior Ministry in Iraq says it's pulling the license of a North Carolina security firm allegedly involved in the fatal shooting of civilians during an attack on a U.S. State Department motorcade in Baghdad. Full story...
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Free health exams draw hundreds

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videoThe Brunswick County Health Department is offering free health exams this weekend. The exams are open to everybody and no registration or ID is required. Full story...
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Residents conserve water during drought

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videoWith rainfall totals below normal across the state, area residents are doing their part to conserve water. If you ask Wilmington resident David Hoolahan about his front yard, he'll tell you taking care of it is one of his favorite hobbies. Full story...
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Fall Fit Fest kicks off in Wilmington

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The first ever Fall Fit Fest took place at the New Hanover County library in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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UNCW Habitat for Humanity chapter builds Seahawk Cottage

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The UNCW Habitat for Humanity chapter is partnering with United Way and the Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity to completely build its first home. The house will be called the Seahawk Cottage. Full story...
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Teaching Kids Proper Manners

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From table manners to writing thank you cards, a program geared toward teaching kids etiquette shows being polite never goes out of style. Full story...
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Fighting Back Against Identity Theft

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Identity theft is a growing problem across the country. Saturday, people in our area did something to help keep it from happening to them. WWAY partnered with SunTrust bank and Shred-It North Carolina to sponsor a community shred-a-thon. Full story...
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UNCW Pays Tribute to Rodgers & Hart

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Blending the vintage with today is a specialty at UNCW. Saturday night, the University will host a tribute to the musical genius of Rodgers and Hart. Full story...
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City gives answers to drainage flooding

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WILMINGTON -- A Wilmington man is looking for answers from the city about flooding in his yard during heavy rainfall. A storm drainage pipe overflows into Bill Lee's yard when there is significant rainfall. Full story...
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Financial Trouble for City Council Member

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A member of the Wilmington City Council is in financial trouble. Council member Pat Delair's home is in forclosure. Full story...
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Adult Day Care Trying to Keep Doors Open

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LELAND-- An adult day care facility in Brunswick County is stuggling to keep it's doors open. There are a number of factors at play here, but those families who use the service say it's very badly needed. Full story...
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