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Troubleshooters Conclusion: Officials Respond to Questions about Molestation Investigation

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Bladen County Sheriff's Officials explain how they responded to concerns over the way the case was handled. Full story...
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Many Ogden eateries closing

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videoHighly visible restaurants in the Ogden area of New Hanover County shutting down and many are wondering if it is cause for concern or an opportunity for the innovative? Full story...
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Waves from Hurricane Bill start to cause dangerous conditions

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videoBill has started churning up the ocean and a high rip current risk has beach goers and ocean rescue officials taking extra precautions. Full story...
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New charges filed against Maisenhelder

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Last month, John Maisenhelder was arrested on three counts of taking indecent liberties with a child as the result of a joint investigation between Wilmington police and New Hanover County deputies. Monday, he was served with four additional counts of taking indecent liberties with a child. Full story...
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Operation Firecracker leads to many arrests

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Law enforcement was out in full force this holiday weekend, targeting drunk drivers, speeders, and other safety violators. Full story...
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WWAY again teaming up to help send supplies to soldiers overseas

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You might be feeling patriotic this week. As we approach the Fourth of July holiday, put that patriotism to work! WWAY is partnering with The Big Talker FM for the 6th Packages from Home drive, dedicated to the 120th Combined Arms Battalion and 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team, currently serving in Iraq. Full story...
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Sweet fundraiser held Saturday

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The Wilmington Temple of Israel hosted a joint fundraiser at the Hannah Block USO building Saturday. The event featured desserts by six celebrity chefs, live music, an abundance of art and a silent auction to benefit the Wilmington-based Full Belly Project, Phoenix Employment Ministries and United Jewish Communities. Full story...
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High School Wachova Cup Year End Standings

Wachovia, a Wells Fargo company, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, has announced the final standings in the Wachovia Cup competitions for the 2008-2009 sports season. Full story...

Dedication ceremony held at The Wall That Heals

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A scaled down replica of the Vietnam Wall is ready for visitors in Wilmington. A dedication ceremony was held Thursday morning in Ogden Park, where the "Wall That Heals" is set up through the weekend. Full story...
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Slow down on Eastwood

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You may not have noticed, but there's a new speed limit in effect on one of Wilmington’s main drags. The speed limit on Eastwood Road recently dropped from 55 to 45 miles per hour. Full story...
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State bans plastic bottles with necks from landfills

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videoEverywhere you look, people are drinking bottled water and soda. The problem is, most people don't recycle, so those bottles end up taking up space in our landfills. A new law aims to change that. Full story...
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Two people still missing and 38 hurt in Slim Jim plant collapse

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Two people are still missing in an explosion at a meat products plant in Garner. An apparent explosion and roof collapse at ConAgra Food, Inc. plant near Raleigh sent around twenty people to the hospital; mostly suffering from burns and smoke inhalation. At least five of them were seriously hurt. Full story...
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Soldier visits local elementary school

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This weekend, Leroy Cain returned home after a 15-month deployment in Iraq. Today, Cain stopped by his son Chris’ fifth-grade class at Belville Elementary to show his appreciation. Full story...
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NHC deputies urge motorists to Click-it-or-Ticket

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videoNearly 500 unbuckled motorists died in North Carolina last year, a number New Hanover Sheriff's Department is trying to lower with their Click-it-or-Ticket campaign. Full story...
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Gov. Perdue visits Wilmington, economic announcement a bust

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Gov. Bev Perdue was supposed to attend a hastily-assembled press conference at Screen Gems Wednesday to make a "major economic announcement."

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