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Heavy rain leads to shellfishing restrictions

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As is often the problem when heavy rains strike our area, we have some shellfishing restrictions to pass along. Full story...
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Veterans, leaders address benefit concerns

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video They helped protect our country. Now local veterans want some help and protection for themselves. Hundreds met with lawmakers today at a town hall meeting to hash out the issues. Full story...
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Plane crashes for second time

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The Federal Aviation Administration says a small plane that crashed in Virginia today also crashed in Brunswick County two years ago. Full story...
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Burr defends delaying Senate committee meeting

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While he was in Wilmington today we asked Sen. Richard Burr about some widespread criticism he's been getting. A week ago the Republican lodged an objection that postponed a Senate Armed Services Committee meeting that included military leaders brought in from around the world. Full story...
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Own another OTH house

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Last week we told you about a house featured on "One Tree Hill" that is up for auction. If you miss out on that house, there is another one featured on the show you could own. Full story...
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H1N1 risk continues

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Thought the risk of H1N1 had passed? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says think again. Full story...
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Marino on Money: March 30

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video As Washington debates the Federal budget it's a good time to talk about managing money closer to home. Are you able to keep money saved? How do you get a healthy savings account? You can do it in three easy steps: Full story...
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Two Wilmington Hampton Inns rank in top 5%

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Wilmington¹s Hampton Inn Medical Park and Hampton Inn University Area-Smith Creek Station have been designated as one of the brand¹s top hotels among more than 1,700 Hampton Inn® and Hampton Inn & Suites® hotels in the United States. Hampton®, the national brand of mid-priced Hampton Inn and Hampton Inn & Suites hotels, awarded its coveted Lighthouse award to the two hotels. Winners are among the top five percent of the Hampton Inn brand. Full story...
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District attorney investigating some N.C. Democratic contributions

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The State Board of Elections is working with the New Hanover County District Attorney's office on an investigation into contributions connected to Democratic fundraiser Rusty Carter. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Kenya gets a job

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With the state unemployment rate more than 11 percent, last week we decided to follow one woman through her job hunting process. Today that woman found a job. Full story...
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Cape Fear Commutes to present transportation plan

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If you've ever complained about traffic or a type of traffic pattern in the Cape Fear region, then Cape Fear Commutes wants to hear from you. Full story...
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John Locke Foundation: Wilmington maintains No. 5 spot in annual tax burden ranking

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Local taxes and fees in Wilmington topped $2,125 per person in the 2008 budget year, according to a new John Locke Foundation report. That total placed Wilmington at No. 5 in a ranking of the state’s larger cities. Full story...
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ATF, SBI called in to investigate North Topsail Beach Fire

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video The search for a cause continues after fire destroyed two million-dollar oceanfront homes on North Topsail Beach over the weekend. Full story...
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Consumer spending rise could mean more jobs

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videoDespite stagnant income, consumer spending increased for the fifth consecutive month in February. Experts say that could help many unemployed people find a job. Full story...
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Spring, summer could be busy in housing market

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video Spring typically tends to be a busy time for realtors, but buyers should know that time is running out to take advantage of a federal tax credit that could help them keep some cash in their pocket. Full story...
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