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Locals remember 9/11 attacks

videoPeople around the country and here at home are remembering the sixth anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Outside Randall Library the college Republicans have placed 3,000 flags in remembrance. This was just one way people are showing support Tuesday.

UNCW tests new siren warning system

videoIf you were anywhere near UNCW's campus at noon, you most likely heard the university's newest safety measure. The Seahawk warning siren system is the latest addition to UNCW's emergency preparedness system. Monday the sirens were put to the test.

UNCW celebrates 60 years of education

UNCW just celebrated a milestone birthday. Exactly 60 years ago Tuesday UNCW held its first class. Of course, it was known as Wilmington College back then.

UNCW installs new security sirens, text-message system

UNCW has one more way to keep the lines of communication open in case of an emergency.

Princeton Review awards UNCW ‘Best in the Southeast,’ ‘Best Value’

For the fourth consecutive year, the University of North Carolina Wilmington received the 2008 "Best in the Southeast" and "Best Value" designation by The Princeton Review.

More students on road as UNCW resumes classes

Classes start Wednesday at UNC-Wilmington, and that means you can expect many more cars on the road.

UNCW holds annual Beach Blast

videoIn the past UNCW's beach blast has caused major headaches for residents of Wrightsville Beach and those who have to clean up. So far officials say there have been no problems with things such as alcohol, litter and out of control behavior.

UNCW professor featured in national magazine for global warming work

videoA UNCW professor was featured recently in a national science magazine for his work with global warming and the affect it's having on some penguin species. Professor Steven Emslie has been traveling to Antarctica for decades to study the behavior of Adelie penguins.

New UNCW students move in

videoIf it seems like more people are in town and more cars are on the road it's not your imagination. It's because this weekend was move-in time for UNC Wilmington students.

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1 dead, 14 injured following shooting at SC nightclub

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Champion Ken Jennings will be first interim ‘Jeopardy!’ host

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