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Home Depot: Hackers also stole 53 million e-mail addresses

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Home Depot is reporting that hackers stole 53 million email addresses in addition to payment card data. It says the hackers accessed its network with a vendor's username and password. Full story...
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UPDATE: Murrayville Road cell tower meeting continued

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video Homeowners upset about a possible cell phone tower in their backyard took their concerns to the New Hanover County planning board Thursday night. T-Mobile's plan to build a 150 foot cell tower off of Murrayville Road brought out quite the crowd to Thursday's public hearing. Full story...
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UNCW men and women to host exhibition basketball games on Saturday; Kevin Keatts Show starts Sunday

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videoHighlights of Saturday's UNCW men's basketball exhibition game vs. Catawba and a profile of junior point guard Craig Ponder will be featured on the debut of "The Kevin Keatts Show" scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 9, on WWAY-TV 3 and The CW Network. Full story...
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Public forum decides fate of North Topsail Island

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videoWashing away ... that's what some Topsail Beach homeowners are afraid of. Town Council made a decision on the future of property on the North end of Topsail Island Thursday night. Full story...
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Online mapping tool shows US storm surge risks

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A new online mapping tool from the National Hurricane Center shows the risks of storm surge from Texas to Maine. The hurricane center launched the interactive map Tuesday. Full story...
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GE Hitachi gets big government grant for research project

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videoThe federal government has selected GE Hitachi to lead a research and development project. The company will receive a multi-million dollar investment from the Department of Energy to develop an updated safety assessment of the company's PRISM sodium-cooled fast reactor. Full story...
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NC orders Duke to redo coal ash monitoring plans

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videoNorth Carolina regulators have ordered Duke Energy to resubmit its proposal for assessing the extent of groundwater contamination leaking from 33 coal ash dumps across the state after deeming the company's current plans "inadequate." Full story...
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Court official defends directive to NC magistrates

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The chief administrator of North Carolina's courts says magistrates are duty-bound to marry gay couples and says he finds no federal law or rulings that would exempt them based on religious beliefs opposing same-sex marriage. Full story...
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'Gang kingpin,' 8 others busted for drugs, weapons

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videoAfter a month-long investigation, deputies said they busted a man they called a gang kingpin, in addition to several others, on drug and stolen gun charges. Full story...
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Teacher of the Week: Katie O'Neil

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videoFor more than thirty years, South Brunswick High School art teacher Katie O'Neil has been teaching her students through an artist's eyes. The Teacher of the Week uses art to break down barriers and cliques and to teach life lessons. One of her favorite lessons is to remind students when a piece breaks they should just say 'Oh well!' Full story...
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Laney & New Hanover advance in soccer state playoffs

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videoLaney and New Hanover both won state soccer playoff games on Wednesday night. The two Wilmington schools will now face each other on Saturday. This guarantees a Mideastern Conference team will earn a spot in the eastern finals next week. Full story...
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Southport couple putting up 400,000 lights for Christmas

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videoA Merry Christmas can come in all shapes and sizes. For one Southport couple, it's all about the lights, and a lot of them to be sure. Full story...
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Second test confirms negative result for Ebola patient

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videoA subsequent test of a new specimen provided by the patient at Duke University Hospital in Durham has resulted in a confirmed negative laboratory diagnosis for Ebola. Full story...
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: The '79 Invader

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videoBig name bands work with smaller bands all the time. Sometimes the smaller ones are opening acts and sometimes the opening acts get to join the big cats on stage. Sonny Boykin has done it all. He comes from an era where the musicians were tuning and the girls were swooning. Sonny is the '79 INVADER. Full story...
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