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State of Our Schools: Magnet Schools

videoAll this week, we've explored some of the issues facing our local schools, but something we haven't touched on is magnet schools.

State of Our Schools: Dropout Rates

videoAcross North Carolina, students are dropping out of high school at an alarming rate. It is also a problem many of our local counties face each school year.

State of Our Schools: Solutions

videoWe continue our in depth look into the state of our schools. The current state has some education leaders worried about the future of our country.

State of Our Schools: Education Issues

videoMany people think our country's future rests on how well we educate our children. There is growing concern that American children are falling behind.

Program helping diverse high school students improve their communities

A new program at UNC Wilmington is helping diverse high school students improve their communities. The program is called "Need 2 Lead."

Local student named female athlete of the year

Pender High senior Jannetta Robinson earned the award for her outstanding athletic achievements during her high school career.

NC officials reverse college admissions policy for illegal immigrants

videoThe state now says illegal immigrants will be prohibited from pursuing degrees at North Carolina community colleges, at least until state officials figure out whether a mandate passed six months ago to enroll illegal immigrants violates federal laws.

‘Kids Making It’ helps at-risk youth

video"Kids Making It" is a wood working program that helps at-risk youth in Wilmington.

Local children prepare for kindergarten

videoThe time has come for four-year-olds to say good bye to pre-school and hello to kindergarten.

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WPD: Man arrested after fleeing from officers

A man is being held on a more than $1,000,000 bond after Wilmington Police arrested him Thursday night.

Local summer camp has kids learning video game history

It's not your typical summer camp, but it's one that keeps these kid's heads in the game.

Victims identified in 13th St. shooting

Police say these women were completely innocent, with no gang ties.

Beloved postal worker retires after delivering three decades of smiles

Residents of the Echo Farms community bid farewell to a beloved postal worker who retired after three decades of service on Friday afternoon.