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ONLY ON 3: The "Tax Man" on why your refund is late

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All of us have to file taxes. Some of us get refunds. But many of us haven't yet from the state of North Carolina. What gives? Full story...
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Despite petition, Whole Foods says real estate, population determine expansion

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A Whole Foods spokeswoman says the company has no current plans to locate a store here. Full story...
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Brunswick Nuclear Plant will tests sirens on the 14th

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Tests of the public notification sirens located within 10 miles of the Brunswick Nuclear Plant will be conducted Wednesday, April 14 starting at 10 a.m. The tests are part of Progress Energy’s comprehensive emergency planning program performed in cooperation with the State of North Carolina and Brunswick and New Hanover counties. Full story...
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UPDATE: Service dog owner and store owner meet on friendlier terms

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videoSusan Ivancevich and Robert Bryant met today at his store to make amends after Bryant kicked her, her daughter and her daughter's service dog out of his store Monday. Full story...
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Five Arrested in Drug Bust

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Five suspects were arrested in Loris, South Carolina in what began as an investigation of a Hispanic based trafficking operation in southern Brunswick county. Full story...
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Despite challenges, restaurants opening downtown

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videoThe Blue Lotus on Front Street closed after only four months, but one restaurant opened last week and another is gearing up to open its doors next week Full story...
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New ABC Boss starts today, couldn't meet with us

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The new boss of New Hanover County's Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission started work today. Dan Sykes used to be the General Manager of Orange County's ABC. Full story...
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County spreading info on sales tax vote

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New Hanover County is trying to spread the word about its sales and use tax referendum on the May ballot. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach bridge work starts Sunday

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Just in time for the post-Easter rush and the Azalea Festival, the Department of Transportation will start working on the Wrightsville Beach drawbridge Sunday night. Full story...
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Azalea Festival goes to Raleigh

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The Azalea Festival went to Raleigh today. Committee members and Azalea Belles met Gov. Bev Perdue at the Governors Mansion. Full story...
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Citadel AD confirms UNCW's interest in coach

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The UNCW Athletic Department said again today it has nothing to report about the search for a men's basketball coach. Citadel coach Ed Conroy's name surfaced yesterday morning in reports that he had been offered the Seahawk job. Full story...
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Wilmington City Offices closed Friday; Trash pick-up not affected

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City offices will be closed on Friday in observance of Good Friday. Trash, yard waste and recycling service will be unaffected by the closure. City customers who normally have their trash, recycling and yard waste picked up on Fridays are asked to have all items curbside by 7:30 a.m. Full story...
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Tall Ship will visit Wilmington during Azalea Festival

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The 150 foot Tall Ship Peacemaker will be returning into downtown Wilmington on Tuesday, April 6th for a two week stay in celebration of both the Azalea Festival and the 6th annual Rims on the River Car Show. Full story...
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UPDATE: Service dog kicked out; message from the owner to our viewers

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Amanda’s service dog, ELLIE, was provided to her by the paws4people foundation, an organization that provides service dogs primarily to disabled children and veterans. Full story...
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What's Happening April 2-4

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video It's going to be an egg-citing weekend for kids and the young at heart. Full story...
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